In 2014, Stallone was critical of the decision to release Expendables 3 with a PG-13 rating rather than the R that the previous movies had carried.
Action star Sylvester Stallone has reportedly made a decision to leave the Expendables franchise after creative differences with producer Avi Lerner. Although a fourth Expendables franchise entry was being planned for 2018, today's report indicates that disagreements between Stallone and and Millennium Films' Avi Lerner have led to the star stepping away.
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The Rambo star wrote the first three films and directed the first, as well as starred in them, and was to write the fourth.
In the franchise, Stallone stars as Barney Ross, the leader of a group of mercenaries. Lerner acknowledged to the outlet that although he and Stallone have had their "disagreements" in the past, he doesn't believe their partnership is over quite yet. "Right now, each one has an opinion", he told Deadline. We agreed on 95 percent of things, but there are certain things in production we don't agree on. I don't think it's over, but what write whatever you want.
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The old-dudes-blow-stuff-up franchise was launched with a 2010 film that famously featured '80s action icons Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis together for the first time. "... In my opinion, it's not dead".
Stallone has no shortage of films in his roster and may even be planning something with Carl Weathers, the actor who played Apollo Creed in the Rocky films. "I think we've got some really great actors going, we've got great ideas, everyone's expecting something different and we're going to give it to 'em".
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"[It's] something else, that has nothing to do with Expendables", he clarified.