Jason Statham keen to make more Expendables films
Jason Statham will make as many 'Expendables' films as Sylvester Stallone wants him to.
The 47-year-old actor, who starred in all three films in the action film franchise, has revealed he'd happily return for a fourth instalment.
He shared: "Working with Sylvester Stallone is beyond a 'pinch yourself' moment ... to be directed by him in a movie that he's produced, and to be shoulder-to-shoulder with Sly is a privilege anyone who loves action movies would never turn their nose up at."
Asked specifically if he'd like to appear in another 'Expendables' film, Jason told IGN: "I'll do as many as [Sylvester] wants."
He added: "It's not my thing to dream up the ideas and what's in store. One, do I want to do another one? Two, are people tired of it already? You don't know."
Meanwhile, Stallone is busy working on the eagerly-awaited fifth and potentially final 'Rambo' film, titled 'Rambo: Last Blood'.
The 68-year-old star will reprise the role of action hero John Rambo in the new movie, which he has written and is also set to direct.
The film's title is a reference to the 1982 film 'First Blood', prompting speculation this will be the last instalment in the franchise.