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The Expendables 3 (4-Aug-2014)

Director: Patrick Hughes

Writers: Katrin Benedikt; Creighton Rothenberger; Sylvester Stallone

Keywords: Action/Adventure

Third entry in the Expendables franchise follows Barney Ross's gang as they gear up for battle against an Expendables co-founder-turned-villain.

ABSTRACT
Second sequel to The Expendables (2010). Expendables co-founder Conrad Stonebanks turns tail to become a bad guy, working as an illicit arms dealer with global reach and a plan to end the team of mercenaries he'd helped to create. Sensing the greatest battle of his storied career, Barney Ross recruits a new class of sleek young guns to join his squad, setting the stage for an explosive battle between good and evil fought by the old guard and new era.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Antonio Banderas
Actor
10-Aug-1960   Zorro
Randy Couture
Wrestling
22-Jun-1963   The Natural
Terry Crews
Actor
30-Jul-1968   Everybody Hates Chris
Robert Davi
Actor
26-Jun-1954   Agent Malone on Profiler
Harrison Ford
Actor
13-Jul-1942   Han Solo in Star Wars
Mel Gibson
Actor
3-Jan-1956   Mad Max
Kelsey Grammer
Actor
21-Feb-1955   Frasier
Jet Li
Actor
26-Apr-1963   Kung fu action movie star
Dolph Lundgren
Actor
3-Nov-1957   The Punisher
Kellan Lutz
Actor
15-Mar-1985   Twilight
Ronda Rousey
Martial Arts
1-Feb-1987   UFC Bantamweight Champion
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Actor
30-Jul-1947   Governor of California, 2003-11
Wesley Snipes
Actor
31-Jul-1962   New Jack City
Sylvester Stallone
Actor
6-Jul-1946   Rocky, Rambo
Jason Statham
Actor
12-Sep-1967   Snatch

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