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 star in Welcome to Willits, which IFC Midnight has acquired with plans to release in theaters and digital platforms September 22. Scream 4‘s Rory Culkin and A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s Thomas Dekker round […]
IFC Midnight has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Welcome to Willits, the feature directorial debut of Trevor Ryan. The horror-comedy starring Bill Sage, Dolph Lundgren, Rory Culkin and Chris Zylka is slated to open in theaters and...Show More Summary
A new video shows Dolph Lundgren rehearsing an underwater stunt on the Aquaman set, along with a new set photo of the actor between takes.
All eyes are on the upcoming Justice League movie, but pre-production is currently underway on the standalone Aquaman movie. Check out Dolph Lundgren getting physical in his stunt work.
In the upcoming mockumentary Tour de Pharmacy, HBO will be taking us back to 1982 to witness what was, according to Dolph Lundgren’s character in the new trailer, “a very fucked-up year for bicycle riding.” Created by the same team that...Show More Summary
Where’s Dolph Lundgren when you need him? The aging action figure likely would have found himself right at home in “Black Site Delta,” a slab of D-grade, B-movie nonsense set in a maximum security military prison that serves as a cover for a secret drone control operation. Following a violent bar...
Ass-kicking on the high seas. Read more...
A 2017 meme compared the educational backgrounds of Bill Nye and Dolph Lundgren.
Nice! While I am admittedly not the biggest fan of the cartoon series, or whatever other medium MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE stems from, I was a big fan of the 80s Dolph Lundgren version costarring Courteney Cox (see below). I re-watchedShow More Summary
LRM has an exclusive clip for the new action Altitude, starring Denise Richards, Dolph Lundgren, and MMA superstar Chuck Liddell. The official synopsis for Altitude is below: "Gretchen Blair (Denise Richards) is a headstrong FBI agent who goes rogue on a hostage negotiation and is sent packing to a desk job back in DC. Show More Summary
Yet another character Aquaman will have to presumably fight off.
Nereus doesn’t roll off the tongue quite like Drago(ooooooooooo), but we’ll go with it. Dolph Lundgren, the professional movie villain of enduring Rocky IV fame, is officially in as King Nereus in the upcoming Aquaman. That brings the movie to two major Aquaman villains, so Jason Momoa is going to be busy. Show More Summary
Aquaman just added another member to its already impressive cast and you might recognize him from various action movies.
He'll play an aquatic king from the comic books, but James Wan won't go as far as to call him a villain.
News broke recently that Dolph Lundgren had signed for the Aquaman movie, playing a rather big role. But maybe not exactly the role you guessed?
The DC Extended Universe continues to grow despite poor reviews on its recent films. It seems nothing will stop the juggernaut production company from bringing about the worlds of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and soon, Aquaman. For those who watched Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice and have been following the news, they already know […]
Aquaman is pulling out all the stops to be leagues ahead of its comic book movie contemporaries in the villainy stakes
This film I hope blows minds Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... I love Dolph Lundgren in an AQUAMAN in just about every possible way. One, Dolph is now in the comic book realm of D.C... having been the original...Show More Summary
This movie is going to rule. Read more...
Dolph Lundgren just can’t keep away from the DC Comics properties, trading up from ruling a criminal empire on Arrow to ruling the high seas in the James Wan-helmed Aquaman. The Expendables star has been cast as the dastardly King Nereus opposite Jason Momoa‘s Arthur Curry in Warner Bros.’ upcoming DC superhero movie. Show More Summary