It’s a Russian TV-Show and as you all know Dolph has been to Russia (wish he just once would come to Estonia:)) many times and has taken a paret in Russians TV-Shows. Well this is another one.
In the interview Dolph has been asked a bit about his aughters, do they like his movies. Also about that Ida want’s to become a model and actrice to. He tells a bit about his carier start and has been asked to say some russians sentence so he won’t seem so threatful:)
14th Dec. 2010
As The Expendables appears on DVD and Blu-ray, Duncan got to meet with the legendary Dolph Lundgren to discuss his back catalogue of classic action movies…
For those of us growing up in the 80s, Dolph Lundgren needs no introduction. However, since the interview took place, I’ve talked to several people, mostly in their late teens/early twenties, who haven’t heard of him and I’ve become increasingly aware of the generation gap. It was a subject which came up in the interview itself, so in the interest of inclusion, following the interview portion, there’s a very quick rundown of the films that encouraged such loyal geek fandom starting some twenty-five years ago.
May 17th will be the day when “Kindergarten Cop 2” launches on DVD and demand. As many of us remembers, first kindergarten cop was A.Schwarzenegger him self. So what does he thinks about second movie?
The movie Rocky IV turned Dolph Lundgren aka Soviet boxer Ivan Drago into a Hollywood star. Exactly 30 years later the Fulbrighter Dolph Lundgren shares his personal fight worth fighting with a live audience at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. “If you heal yourself you can heal others” is the message of this surprising TEDxFulbright talk about a fighter who became a social activist.
Best known for his performance in Rocky IV as Ivan Drago, Dolph has starred in over 50 films. He was awarded a Fulbright to MIT after graduating at the head of his class in chemical engineering at the Royal Inst. of Technology in Stockholm. He also completed an exchange program with the University of Sydney.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
To bad I wasn’t in that chat to ask some questions my self. Were you? Got your question answered?
Sporting an exceptionally sharp suit, Dolph Lundgren strolled into our offices this week to talk about his career, from A View to a Kill to The Expendables and everything inbetween, and once he’d sat down and knocked back a coffee, he did just that. Expect questions (and answers) on Brandon Lee, The Running Man, Van Damme, scaring burglars, and working with Sly again…
mim731 says: Will we ever get a sequel to Masters of the Universe?
Well, not with me. I am tired of my skimpy outfit, I’m not wearing it anymore. It’s too cold.
thatfilmlover says: Dolph, most of your fans know about your master’s degree in chemical engineering, could you tell us how, if ever, this comes in useful in day to day life? Or even in acting?
Well, let’s see. In acting it’s in your way because you think too much. In regular life, it means I can mix a pretty good drink, alcoholic or otherwise. I can make a pretty good wake-up drink every morning. I have some supplements as well. Fernet branca is my favourite cocktail – that’s an Italian digestif that’s pretty good. Medicinal, but you get a little buzz from it.
Interview by Meriah Doty July 22, 2015
Here’s a side of Dolph Lundgren you probably didn’t know: He’s a war history buff. So, that makes War Pigs, the new World War II film he stars in with Mickey Rourke and Luke Goss, right up his alley. (Watch the film’s exclusive trailer above!)
An old interview back from 14th August 2012 by David Robson
Hello Mr. Lundgren. It’s a great pleasure to talk with you today. Please tell me about your role in the soon to be released The Expendables.
Well, it was great to work with Stallone again. He wrote a really cool role for me where I play this guy, Gunnar Jensen, who is a burnt out combat veteran who has seen too much action. He is a hair trigger character, as well as being a little crazy. In the beginning he has a falling out with the rest of the expendables. He is kind of banished from the group and ends up looking around for work, only to end up working for the other side, the bad guys: Eric Roberts (who plays Monroe) and those dudes.
Then there is a twist at the end, which is interesting. So it is action oriented, but the role also had a nice little touch, which I really enjoyed. My relationship with Stallone is what’s in the forefront of my character I think.