Momoa is playing the man who would be king of Atlantis.
Dolph Lundgren is making his return to studio movies by diving deep into the world of comic book films.
In The Expendables, Gunner Jensen views himself as a Viking of the modern age. A highly dangerous man, as well as formally educated as a chemical engineer, this character is what probably assured Dolph Lundgren’s place in the world renown action actors’ club. Jense and Toll Road take over a tank at some point, but we’re quite certain that’s not the vehicle the 57-year-old actor will be driving in real life, at this year’s Gumball 3000.
“My mom drove a tank back in Sweden!” it’s what Lundgren’s character says when he and Road take over that tank. Sure, it would be nice to see The Expendables star running down the hill with a panzer of some sort. After all, if his fellow actor Arnold Schwarzenegger can have one, why couldn’t Dolph drive one too?
WORDS BY MARIA LEWIS
APRIL 16, 2015
Swedish actor and martial artist Dolph Lundgren is famous for many performances, with starring turns in a plethora of action movies including Masters of the Universe, The Punisher, Johnny Mnemonic and more recently The Expendables franchise. But his favourite role is something quite different: being a feminist. The legendary performer explains why to Maria Lewis and opens up about a traumatic time when his family were taken hostage.