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I have two great ideas. I believe that the Mercenaries ... are over, they have had enough. And so we have ingaggiarne new, new us, new mercenaries, but there are none! No longer do people like us. They are all like robots. So I can hire five young boys, but they are a new army, using drones and technology are not like us. Remember Tropic Thunder? Like those there! Or I have another idea. I divorce, and maybe I was married with Sigourney Weaver, and she half Mercenary, what I call the "Expendabelles." Then it happens that I need help and I must go to her. And I would love to have in the movie, in this case, Michelle Rodriguez and Gina Carano. However, the fundamental issue is that the movie can not be about us. We ended up. We need new blood. And the blood are the geeks and girls.
I got two great ideas. I believe the Expendables ... they're broken up, they're shot, they've had it, they're done. We have to hire new us, we have to find new Expendables, but there are none! They do not make people like us anymore, they are all like robots. I know I can go out and hire five young guys, but they're the new army, they got drones and technology, but they're not like us. Remember in Tropic Thunder? Just like Those Guys! Or, there's another combination, and it Involves girlfriends. Say I got divorced, say I am married to Sigourney Weaver, then she gets half the Expendables, she gets what I call the Expendabelles. I know I need help and I have to go to her. And I'd like to have like Michelle Rodriguez, Gina Carano. It'll be something like that, very different. The main thing is it can not be about us! We're done. We need to bring in new blood. And you bring in geeks and girls and women, people who are different.
Book Of Mormon star Josh Gad and Ryan Dixon are now set to script the treatment for Triplets, the Twins sequel that will be produced by Montecito for Universal Pictures. Dixon will write the script. The film has Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito attached to reprise their roles as the mismatched siblings, and Eddie Murphy is attached to play the third brother. Ivan Reitman, who directed the first one, is producing.
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"The Rambo thing, that's why I don't retire. I just see a guy unable to go home. He needs war and I see him dying there," Stallone said about the Vietnam veteran he played in a series of four films from 1982 to 2008.
"If my damn body holds up, it'll be really good. Otherwise it won't be Rambo fighting, it'll be Rambo fighting arthritis," the 66-year-old said.
Stallone also said he hoped that, after Rambo and Rocky the boxer, he had created an icon for the new generation with his performance as a hired killer with a heart in Walter Hill's 1980s-style action film "Bullet to the Head."
Under the tag-line "Revenge never gets old", the movie tells the tale of mercenary Jimmy Bobo (Stallone) who unwillingly links up with a straight-laced, technologically-savvy cop (Sung Kang) when their partners are murdered.
"To be able to have played both Rambo and Rocky, one a dark character, the other optimistic, was very unusual. They were iconic. Jimmy is a combination of the both, maybe he can be such a character for this generation," Stallone said.