Joined by a war hero named Billy the Kid (Hemsworth), the original team takes on a simple job from Mr. Church (Bruce Willis) that unexpectedly turns violent and leaves one of their own dead. Out to get justice for their fallen comrade and seek revenge on the opposition, Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) and Lee Christmas (Jason Statham) lead the group on a mission that proves to be even more difficult than ever before.
But with the help of Maggie (Yu Nan), the first female heroine in the Expendables franchise, the men — including intense fighter Gunner Jensen (Lundgren), intellect Toll Road (Randy Couture) and street-smart weapons specialist Hale Caesar (Terry Crews) — find new ways to fight their adversary (Jean-Claude Van Damme). The movie would not be complete without the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose role as Trent Mauser is far more substantial than in the first film.
Hollywood.com recently sat down with Dolph Lundgren to discuss Hemsworth’s initiation into the group, working with Stallone, and wearing suits for Expendables 3.
Check out The Expendables 2 in theaters Friday, August 17 and watch our exclusive interview with the actor below.
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