The Expendables franchise is known for its action-packed movies and fans have been wondering if the latest installment, Expendables 4, features a post-credits scene. Unlike some recent films, Expendables 4 does not have any bonus content after the credits roll.
The fourth Expendables film, often referred to as Expendables 4, made its debut recently, bringing back familiar faces like Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, and Randy Couture.
It also introduced new additions to the franchise, including Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Megan Fox, Tony Jaa, Jacob Scipio, Levy Tran, Andy Garcia, and Iko Uwais.
While it’s always a good practice to stay and acknowledge the hard work of the movie’s crew, you won’t have to wait around for a post-credits scene this time.
The absence of a post-credits scene might remind fans of the first three Expendables movies, which also did not include any extra content after the main story.
Expendables 4’s Poster Slammed by 50 Cent
In a humorous twist, Curtis Jackson, known as 50 Cent, took to Instagram before the movie’s release to poke fun at the Expend4bles poster. He jokingly questioned the poster’s design, particularly the way his head appeared disconnected from his body.
This post garnered attention but was later removed, possibly due to its prominence in the news or potential violations of SAG strike rules.
Cast Discussion by Ng
Expend4bles boasts a stacked cast, and Stunt Coordinator Ng discussed the experience of working with these action stars. To prepare for the film, Ng and the team watched not only the previous Expendables movies but also other films featuring the cast members.
This extensive research aimed to identify what each actor hadn’t done before and what style would best suit their skills.
Ng also shared his pride in a particular fight scene between Jason Statham and Iko Uwais, emphasizing that they completed it in a remarkably short time frame. This impressive feat showcased their talent as true action stars.
Ng expressed a desire for more fight scenes featuring Iko Uwais but noted that it ultimately depends on the script and the character’s role.