Check out what Wendy Mericle had to say about Dolph Lundgren's villainous character on the upcoming fifth season of Arrow.
In what might be the weirdest Olympics tie-in since suggesting that Olympians eat McDonald’s, the US Pentathlon Team for the 2016 Rio Olympics has teamed up with The Expendables star Dolph Lundgren in, well, I simply can’t do it justice. Read more...
We’ve known for some time the likelihood that Arrow would end its flashback cycle altogether with Season 5, but however much flack the format gets, they’re going out with bang. Ivan Drago himself, Dolph Lundgren must break the Arrow, guesting as a major new big bad for the season. Continue reading…
You know, if there's something that's been missing from good ol' ARROW (besides quality), it's a good Russian villain. Well, it turns out I'm in luck, because at the TV Critics Association press tour, it was announced that Dolph Lundgren, who famously depicted Russian boxer Ivan Drago in ROCKY IV, will be joining ARROW in Season 5 of the show. Show More Summary
The CW just dropped a bunch of pretty big news for people who are following its many superhero shows at the Television Critics Association press tour, and though it’s a cliché to say this, there may actually be something for everyone across Arrow, The Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow, and Supergirl next year. Show More Summary
Dolph Lundgren's ARROW villain may have a TEEN TITANS connection.
Arrow is bringing in a whole slew of new characters for Season 5, and it turns out one of those characters will be a perfect fit for Dolph Lundgren.
The action-movie icon will menace Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen during Season 5's Russia flashbacks.
When it rains it pours. Today at the CW combined panel for Supergirl, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash, the series EPs dropped a number of announcements. –There will be a musical crossover between Supergirl and The Flash later in the season. A number of those in the cast can sing, and the EPs are taking advantage of that. Show More Summary
Also Dolph Lundgren joins ARROW season 5, and Lance Henriksen joins LEGENDS OF TOMORROW season 2.
The CW held a panel with the producers of its four DC Comics superhero shows which comprise the Arrowverse — Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl — and started with a series of exciting announcements. Join us below for...Show More Summary
Plus Lance Henriksen joins DC's Legends of Tomorrow The post The Flash and Supergirl Get a Musical Crossover, Dolph Lundgren Coming to Arrow appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
If _Creed 2 _happens any time soon, it's probably a good chance to keep Dolph Lundgren away from the writer's room. We say this because a couple of comments involving a hypothetical match up between Creed Jr. and Drago Jr. sounds like the most depressing callback to the Rocky films...
Dolph Lundgren is convinced that if the (fictional) son of Ivan Drago faced off against the (fictional) son of Apollo Creed the results would be the same as "Rocky IV"... A CREED WOULD DIE. We got Lundgren in Hollywood and asked him a question…
Horror! Comedy! Whatever the hell Dolph Lundgren is doing in Kindergarten Cop 2! Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
Now that Deadpool fans have had the privilege of seeing the Merc with a Mouth brought to the big screen properly, they’re eagerly anticipating what director Tim Miller and writers Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick have in store for the sequel. Show More Summary
Dolph Lundgren reveals the kids are the real stars of Kindergarten Cop 2 are the kids in a new preview for the DVD release on May 17.
Dolph Lundgren throws his hat into the ring expressing his desire to play the iconic Cable in the highly-anticipated sequel Deadpool 2.
DON'T KILL IT, the newest film from BIG-ASS SPIDER auteur Mike Mendez, is gearing up to be a helluva good time. Starring action hero Dolph Lundgren, the demonic flick has just launched its first trailer. Mendez's nutso approach to genre filmmaking is embodied in Lundgren's perfectly badass line deliveries and the preview's gobsmacking... Read More...
Looks like Cable seems to be the part to go for these days. Following the success of DEADPOOL, and the "reveal" that Cable would likely be making his way into the inevitable sequel, actor Stephen Lang expressed his interest in playing the part, going so far as to post a photo of himself getting ready for the part on social media. Show More Summary