Salman Khan To Join Sylvester Stallone, Hulk Hogan And Dwayne Johnson In ‘The Expendables 4?’
Albeit the final casting list is yet to be confirmed, “The Expendables 4” could be in progress as reports suggest that Hollywood’s iconic action hero Sylvester Stallone has started looking for new cast members for special roles. While two stars like former wrestlers Hulk Hogan and Dwayne Johnson are almost prepared to join the cast, Bollywood superhero Salman Khan is recently approached and his joining is still not confirmed. Continue reading to know more in details.
Earlier it was said by Cinema Blend that Stallone had a discussion with Hogan about the upcoming movie “The Expendables 4” and his probability of playing the role of a villain. On the other hand, Johnson is said to have revealed his interest to play another villain in the movie.
As far as the joining of Salman is concerned, Franchise Herald revealed that Stallone posted some tweets to the Bollywood star about joining the cast of “The Expendables 4.” In other words, Salman is being indirectly being persuaded by Stallone through social media site.
“Salman, I am very impressed with your many devoted fans. To make a great Action film Successful takes MANY great fans who support you, Sly,” Stallone said in a tweet.
However, it seems the Bollywood and Hollywood fans are going to see both the action heroes, Stallone and Salman, in two movies named “The Expendables 4” and “Sultan.” According to DNA, after a series of tweets shared between these two action heroes, the buzz is going on that both the actors could work together in Salman’s next movie titled “Sultan.” Some are even speculating that the 69-year-old “Rocky” actor might play the role of Salman’s trainer in the film, which is reportedly to be directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.
It was actually Stallone’s proposal to do an action film with Salman and that he posted in the tweet. However, this is just an early stage to give any sort of confirmation about both the movies “Sultan” and “The Expendables 4.”
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