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The Expendables 3

Years ago, Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) co-founded the Expendables with Conrad Stonebanks (Mel Gibson) . After Stonebanks became an arms dealer, Ross was forced to kill him -- or so he thought. Now, Stonebanks is back and he's on a mission to end the Expendables. Ross decides that the way to fight old blood is with new blood, so he assembles a team of younger, faster, more tech-savvy recruits. The battle to topple Stonebanks becomes a clash of old-school methods vs. high-tech expertise.
  • Genres: Action, Adventure
  • Running Time: 127 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, August 15, 2014
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 [ Fight Scenes, Intense Sustained Gun Battles, Language, Violence ]
  • Starring: Sylvester Stallone [Barney Ross], Jason Statham [Lee Christmas], Antonio Banderas [Galgo], Jet Li [Yin Yang], Wesley Snipes [Doc], Dolph Lundgren [Gunner Jensen], Kelsey Grammer [Bonaparte], Terry Crews [Hale Caesar], Randy Couture [Toll Road], Kellan Lutz [John Smilee], Ronda Rousey [Luna], Glen Powell [Thorn], Victor Ortiz [Mars], Robert Davi [Goran Vata], Mel Gibson [Conrad Stonebanks], Harrison Ford [Max Drummer], Arnold Schwarzenegger [Trench]
  • Directed by: Patrick Hughes [Director], Sylvester Stallone [Screenwriter], Creighton Rothenberger [Screenwriter], Katrin Benedikt [Screenwriter], Avi Lerner [Producer], Kevin Templeton [Producer], Danny Lerner [Producer], Les Weldon [Producer], John Thompson [Producer], Trevor Short [Executive Producer], Boaz Davidson [Executive Producer], Jon Feltheimer [Executive Producer], Jason Constantine [Executive Producer], Eda Kowan [Executive Producer], Basil Iwanyk [Executive Producer], Guymon Casady [Executive Producer], Peter Menzies [Cinematographer], Sean Albertson [Film Editor], Paul Harb [Film Editor], Daniel Dorrance [Production Design], Lizz Wolf [Costume Designer], Brian Tyler [Original Music]
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