'Expendables 4' Movie News: Director's Cut Of Third Film Could Include More Violent Scenes That Studio Cut, Will Be Called 'A Man's Job' [VIDEO]
With the controversy surrounding the latest Expendables movie, it seems like the rated-R version that many fans wanted could still see the light of day in the form of the director's cut from Patrick Hughes and Sylvester Stallone.
According to Manly Movie, it seems like with the Dec. 8 release of The Expendables 3, there will be a director's cut that will include a lot more violence and action, and stuff that didn't make the studio's cut.
On the Blu-ray cover, it seems like the movie has been given a different name, something that could usually signal a director's cut. The new name includes "A Man's Job" on the title of the movie, with the picture going back to the old military type that the first two movies had.
The site added that they may have an idea of some of the scenes that were added saying that, "last year we ran a screenplay review which was much more violent. Although it wasn't the shooting draft and we took it down via studio request, it was more violent (with more action as well)."
These other scenes included Jason Statham cutting a man in half with an axe and Wesley Snipes annihilating a full troop of special forces in a one-vs-ten fight sequence inside a room, by himself.
The third film had a cast that included Kelsey Grammer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Stallone, Jason Statham, Terry Crews, Mel Gibson, Antonio Banderas, Glen Powell, Ronda Rousey, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Kellan Lutz, Harrison Ford and Wesley Snipes.