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'The Expendables 4' Spoilers: Jason Statham Wants to Return

News about the highly anticipated "The Expendables 4" has been revealed.

The upcoming movie has been creating buzz all over the web since it was announced that Hulk Hogan will be taking on a role as a villain. It was reported that the character will be portrayed as the most evil villain compared to the other enemies in the film.

Reports show that Hogan recently shared some details about the film. He stated that he was having difficulty performing some of the stunts in the film. However, he revealed that a good stuntman will be able to help him with the scenes.

In addition, it was revealed that a new character will be joining the cast. Sylvester Stallone previously announced that the upcoming film will introduce a new character, who will be played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

Aside from new characters, there are reports hinting that Jason Statham could also be returning to the film. He recently spoke to IGN about his interest in returning to the franchise. He stated, "Working with Sylvester Stallone is beyond a pinch yourself moment. I remember growing up watching his films. And to be directed by him and to be in a movie that he's produced and to be shoulder to shoulder with Sly is a privilege any man who loves action movies would never turn their nose up at. I mean, it's terrific. I'll do as many as he wants."

The action film is also expected to have a budget of $100 million, which will make it the most expensive movie of the franchise. The second most expensive installment was "Expendables 2," which had a budget of $92 million. The film is currently being written by Dave Callaham, under the direction of Avi Lerner. It was reported that filming will begin in 2016.

"The Expendables 4" is expected to hit theaters by 2017.

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