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The legendary action star spoke with SPINOFF about dealing with heavy subject matter in his latest film, and going toe-to-toe with Tony Jaa.
After battle big spiders with Lavalantula and Big Ass Spider!, horror director Mike Mendez is turning back to the genre with Don’t Kill It, Bloody Disgusting has learned. One of my favorite 80’s action stars, Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables, Universal Soldier, Rocky IV), is starring in the latest genre offering from the director of Gravedancers, […]
EXPENDABLES star and action icon Dolph Lundgren will be playing a demon hunter in Mike Mendez's DON'T KILL IT, a horror-thriller that begins production starting in July, reports Variety. Mendez, who directed BIG ASS SPIDER, is directing from a script by Dan Berk and Robert Olsen of Last Pictures. Show More Summary
Dolph Lundgren and Tony Jaa team up for an international human-trafficking investigation in "Skin Trade," but first, they don't waste the opportunity to beat each other to a pulp.
Dolph Lundgren, the big Swede with the jawline that looks like it could break a fist, seems born to play a pulp hero. In Skin Trade, he socks and whops and booms his way through the back streets of Bangkok, a nasty burn scar spread over his right temple. Show More Summary
Hail, Caesar!, which already stars the likes of George Clooney, Josh Brolin and Channing Tatum, will also include Dolph Lundgren. The actor recently talked about his role, and how he feels about being a part of a Coen Brothers film. If you're shocked at this casting, you're not the only one. Show More Summary
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Dolph Lundgren isn’t the kind of guy you’d normally expect to see in a Coen Brothers movie, and he knows it, too. “It was a bit of a shocker,” he says of his role in Hail, Caesar! But now that he’s settled into the part, he has someShow More Summary
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There would be no Hollywood movie ending if Ivan Drago were to fight Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao... so says Dolph Lundgren who claims the "Rocky IV" villain would CRUSH both dudes. Dolph was out in Hollywood -- signing some pretty…
Here are the winners for the first round of the New York Region! Out of 2,362 votes, Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man beat up Dolph Lundgren’s Punisher, 97% to 3%… Out of 2,345 votes, Alan Cumming’s Nightcrawler chained up Burt Ward’s Robin, 60% to 40%… Out of 2,342 votes, Adam West’s Batman turned Kelsey Grammer’s […]
Dolph Lundgren, prior to portraying Ivan "I will break you" Drago in Rocky IV, got a degree in chemical engineering. The same guy who once worked as a bouncer — that Swedish mountain of muscle with a 3rd degree black belt, has an IQ of 180. Show More Summary
Brute Nordic strength meets Thai fists, feet, and "how did he do that?" fury in this trailer for buddy-cop action thriller/B-movie schlockfest/1980s throwback Skin Trade. Need more? Ok: the villain is a gangster named "Dragovic" played by Ron Perlman. New trailer below... pass the popcorn! Read more...
Michael Jai White, Ron Perlman and Peter Weller co-star in the action-packed thriller 'Skin Trade', which comes to theaters this May. [...]
It's an odd choice - in Dolph Lundgren's native land, I guess they didn't think Frank Langella was enough of a threat for the homegrown hero, so the Blu-ray distributors just grabbed some Skele...
Maybe a movie called "The Warehouse" doesn't capture your interest--it sort of sounds like a gritty, straight-to-DVD action flick starring Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren. In reality, it's a film set to shoot in Chicago that will...Show More Summary
Fact of Today – The Vlasic pickle Stork mascot was an attempt to capitalize on pregnant women’s craving for pickles. Fact of Today – that while filming Rocky IV, Sylvester Stallone asked Dolph Lundgren to try to knock him out for real. Lundgren hit him so hard that he was sent to the hospital and was in […]
I don't care what anybody says, Rocky IV is a classic. Sure, it's not as iconic as the first film and it's way more cheesy, but nothing beats the showdown between Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren in the ring. In celebration of the...Show More Summary