“Jason Statham Reveals Sylvester Stallone’s Betrayal in Expendables 4 – Shocking Details Unveiled!”

Apparently, the absence of Sylvester Stallone in The Expendables was evident not only in the finished film, but also during the filming process.

The Expendables franchise owes its success to Sylvester Stallone, who initially came up with the concept of bringing together the biggest action movie stars. He has been involved in all aspects of the films, from screenwriting to directing. However, in the latest installment, he plays a limited role, and this may have contributed to the film’s poor reception. The fourth movie currently has a dismal Rotten Tomatoes score and is struggling at the box office. Jason Statham, one of the film’s stars, admits that Stallone’s absence doesn’t feel right and that the best days on set are when he is around. Despite the franchise’s shortcomings, Stallone remains the driving force behind it.

The saying “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it” seems to apply to The Expendables franchise’s current state. While the previous movies received backlash from those who prefer more intellectual films, the fourth installment has been the most poorly received. One significant difference this time is the limited screen time and lack of involvement from Stallone in the story, screenplay, or behind the camera. Although one person cannot be blamed entirely for a film’s success, it appears to have had an impact, not just on the final product but also on the other cast members. Stallone’s early departure was due to his character faking his death and returning in the finale. However, the reported “creative differences” that initially caused Stallone to leave and then return in a limited capacity seem to have led to the downfall of this action blockbuster. Whether there will be another Expendables movie without Stallone, who confirmed he won’t return, depends on how well The Expend4bles perform. With a budget of over $100 million and only $10 million earned in the opening weekend, this might be the end of the franchise rather than just the end of Barney Ross.

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