The Expendables 4 Begins Filming in October

The Expendables 4 Begins Filming in October

The Expendables 4 Begins Filming in October!

It’s happening…Sylvester Stallone says The Expendables 4 is set to start shooting in October, confirming the rumors that the movie would begin production this fall. Get more details on Expendables 4 Begins Filming…


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A post shared by Sly Stallone (@officialslystallone) has learned The Expendables 4 starts shooting in October according to franchise star Sylvester Stallone.

There had been rumors of the sequel shooting this fall based on comments made by Randy Couture in an interview earlier this year. More recently, Stallone teased the production by posting a ring made for his character to be seen in the movie. In a new Instagram post, Stallone comments on a fan’s Expendables tattoo while revealing when shooting on part four will begin.

The caption reads:

This tattoo had to hurt! Off to shoot the spinoff of Expendables ( Temp. working title is , Christmas Story ) in OCT.

Stallone’s brief statement certainly has some interesting takeaways. Like, the working title, Christmas Story, could be a reference to Jason Statham’s character, Lee Christmas, who appeared in all three prior movies.

Stallone’s comment that the movie will be a “spinoff” might also suggest that the story will primarily follow Statham’s character in the central role.

Either way, we can expect at least some of the major players from the franchise to return, given Stallone’s involvement and that Couture has said that he’s in.

In any case, very little is known about the movie at this time. In an Instagram post from late July, Stallone referred to the project at The Expendables 4 when posting an image of the ring he had made for the sequel. He has yet to reveal any other official information about the mysterious project, such as which cast members are confirmed to appear or any details about the plot. Perhaps we’ll find out more heading close to the production start date in October.

Sylvester Stallone has also been spending some time with series co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger. Earlier in July, Sly had posted a photo to Instagram of himself with Arnold, noting that it was the first time he’d seen him in over a year. Noting that the project was pushed back.