The all-star ensemble of the toughest, strongest, and most fearless men and women returns for more intense scenes, bigger explosions, and non-stop action! “Expend4bles” will be nationwide screening in cinemas starting September 20, 2023.


Hollywood household names Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham return to their iconic roles as Barney Ross and Lee Christman, reuniting with the Expendables crew for another high-stakes mission.

This time, the team embarks on a mission to an old chemical weapons plant in Libya, with the goal of stopping an arms dealer named Suharato Rahmat (played by Iko Uwais). Rahmat is on the verge of stealing nuclear missile detonators, which he intends to supply to a client known as Ocelot. However, despite their best efforts, the team is outsmarted by Rahmat, and their attempt to halt his theft operation ends in failure.

Rahmat is currently the target of the Expendables team’s unrelenting pursuit as they chase him on a Jantara boat. The real battle and high-stakes chase start here. Their objective is quite clear: stop Rahmat from delivering his lethal cargo to Ocelot before it is too late, as doing so could have devastating worldwide effects.

Statham and Stallone are not the only ones making a comeback; Dolph Lundgren reprises his role as Gunner Jensen, and Randy Couture returns as Toll Road, the original members of the Expendables. In an exciting addition to the cast, Curtis Jackson, better known as 50 Cent, joins as a fresh face among the Expendables, taking on the role of Easy Day.

Megan Fox, bringing her trademark feistiness to the film, portrays Gina, a CIA agent and the girlfriend of Lee Christmas. The ensemble grows even stronger with the inclusion of Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais, Jacob Scipio, Levy Tan, and Andy Garcia, all contributing their unique talents to the roster.

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“Expend4bles” is the fourth installment in the action-thriller Expendables series. Scott Waugh, whose previous films include “Need for Speed” (2014) and “Act of Valor” (2012), is the film’s director.

Since the release of the first “The Expendables” film in 2010, the franchise has consistently captured the attention of viewers. This remains true today as they unveil the latest installment, “Expend4bles.” The film seamlessly continues the plot from its predecessors, satisfying our anticipation for this new adventure.


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