When I shared the news last month that the creature feature WELCOME TO WILLITS would soon be heading into production, I had a feeling that it could be a cool movie, but I didn't realize that the filmmakers were going to try so hard to achieve all-out awesomeness. Show More Summary
We Are What We Are and American Psycho‘s Bill Sage, The Expendables‘ Dolph Lundgren, “Z Nation’s” Anastasia Baranova and “Entourage’s” Sabina Gadecki will lead the cast of Welcome to Willits, Bloody Disgusting can report. Scream 4‘s Rory Culkin and A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s Thomas Dekker round out the cast in supporting roles with Chris […]
EXCLUSIVE: Bill Sage (American Psycho) has been cast as the lead in Welcome To Willits alongside Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables), Anastasia Baranova (Z Nation) and Sabina Gadecki (Entourage). Joining them in supporting roles are Rory...Show More Summary
Probably after seeing his Rocky IV nemesis Sylvester Stallone in all those Warburtons ads, Dolph Lundgren (or, if you prefer, Ivan Drago) has signed up for a commercial project of his own—the promo below for the TV show Brain Games on the National Geographic Channel. Show More Summary
Remember that scene in Rocky IV where Ivan Drago, who looks like he could punch a hole through a tank, tells Rocky Balboa “I must (...)
Mike Mendez is two weeks into shooting his new flick DON'T KILL IT, starring superhuman Dolph Lundgren. From the looks of this picture shared from set, his custodial staff must be superhuman as well. There's enough blood this...Show More Summary
After battle big spiders with Lavalantula and Big Ass Spider!, horror director Mike Mendez is deep into production on Don’t Kill It, which stars Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables, Universal Soldier, Rocky IV), In the film, “An ancient evil is unleashed in a small Alaskan town leaving a trail of death and destruction as it passes […]
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Arnold Schwarzenegger hands over the franchise reigns to Dolph Lundgren in the first official images from 'Kindergarten Cop 2'.
We’re still digesting Star Wars: The Force Awakens, even as we rush ahead with last-minute Christmas preparations. But in this hectic time, let’s not forget to take some time and appreciate one film that’s celebrating a landmark anniversary. Show More Summary
It was confirmed this summer that news of a Kindergarten Cop sequel was not just a rumor (or, for that matter, a toomah), and that erstwhile Expendable Dolph Lundgren would succeed fellow behemoth Arnold Schwarzenegger in the lead role. Show More Summary
It didn't take much to sell me on the movie DON'T KILL IT. All I needed to know was that director Mike Mendez (THE CONVENT, GRAVEDANCERS, BIG ASS SPIDER) and Dolph Lundgren, one of my childhood heroes, were teaming up to bring the following...Show More Summary
Director Mike Mendez is wrapping up a busy year by shooting the Dolph Lundgren-starring supernatural thriller DON’T KILL IT. Production started today, and Mendez released a first photo from the set (seen above), and gave Fango the exclusive scoop on additional cast and the FX team. DON’T KILL IT, which we first reported on here, […]
Sanjay And Craig has hosted a lot of notable guests among its voice-acting cast, from Chris Hardwick to Toby Huss to Adam DeVine. It’s latest get, though, is its weirdest yet. ‘80s tough guy and The Expendables star Dolph Lundgren will...Show More Summary
Are you a male Caucasian tween with blonde hair and blue eyes? This may be the job for you! Director Mike Mendez’s new feature film “Don’t Kill It” is casting a 12-year-old version of its Swedish action star, Dolph Lundgren (“The Expendables”). Show More Summary
What would Adrian think? We all know that Sylvester Stallone did extremely physical work in the Rocky films, but it turns out that fighting Dolph Lundgren in the fourth film very nearly killed him, both on screen and off. In a recent...Show More Summary
Dolph Lundgren has had a couple of cups of coffee with the American pop-cultural psyche: haughtily sneering over Apollo Creed’s death in Rocky IV, wearing a necklace of severed ears in Universal Soldier, that sort of thing. But he never crossed over to the upper tier of action stars, and it’s hard to say why, exactly. Show More Summary
Usually, drunk ideas are terrible ideas, like the idea to get on a plane and pee on Dolph Lundgren. But the fine people from Ganglebot Films actually had a good drunk idea: to write a medical drama while sloppy drunk, then get sloppy-drunk actors to perform it. Show More Summary
Dolph Lundgren stars as exotic animal dealer Clint Gray in "Shark Lake." We could end the review there, as that's all you really need to know, but then we wouldn't be able to explain that Clint is holding a shark in a Nevada lake for gangster client Don Barnes (James Chalke). When Clint gets raided...
"It took itself way too seriously to be funny and it had such shoddy effects/kills/attack scenes, that it couldn't be taken seriously. ""The Arrow reviews Shark Lake" Read More...