Luke Gross, star of the second and third 'Death Race' movies, has gone ahead and suggested that he wants to return to the franchise for a fourth instalment.
Movie star Luke Gross has stated that he wants to star in a fourth 'Death Race' instalment. The former singer turned actor stated he would not appear in another film after he finished 'Death Race 3: Inferno', but has since gone against that by suggesting a new addition to the series. Gross shot to fame in the 1980s, with appearances in the chart-topping boy band Bros.
He explained his thoughts behind a fourth 'Death Race' film to BANG Showbiz, saying: ''When I did this one I said to myself I probably won't do a fourth one, but when I saw how three turned out then I thought it was pretty cool, and I was really happy that we'd put together such a great movie. We were talking about some ideas for a fourth film, if it was to happen, and if that came off and the studio was behind it again like they have been then I'd like to be a part of that. When you see there's a number four you think you probably shouldn't be a part of that but if it's a great story then I'd like to be in it.''
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Following the near fatal events of 'Death Race 2: Frankenstein Lives', 'Death Race 3: Inferno' sees the now badly scarred Carl Lucas (now known as Frankenstein) attempt to win his final race which will see his release from prison. Having already had success with four races and managing to secure himself as a legend in the Death Race game, things look to be on Carl's side for once. However, when he and his team are transferred away from Terminal Island prison, they are forced to play out this dangerous event in the first ever desert race and the stakes are even higher this time. Will Carl survive and win his freedom? And will a new face find success in franchising the controversial fight-to-the-death scheme?
Roel Reine of 2010's 'Death Race 2' fame (not to mention 'The Delivery' and 'Deadwater') returns as director for an even grittier and more deadly sequel alongside screenwriter Tony Giglio ('In Enemy Hands', 'Chaos', 'Timber Falls'). 'Death Race 3: Inferno' is car racing at its most perilous - the proof is in the name. Will Death Race be the sticky end for Carl? Or will we see happy endings akin to the first 'Death Race' movie? Either way it is sure to take audiences on an action packed thrill ride from its December 2012 release.
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Luke Goss and Vinnie Jones - Luke Goss and Vinnie Jones The film also stars Tamer Hassan who was involved in a bloody brawl against Jones back in April, at the The Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles Baton Rouge, Louisiana - filming on set of his new movie 'Blood Out' Wednesday 12th May 2010
Visually and atmospherically, the video game-like vampire-action sequel "Blade II" is slick, dark and cool, yet it doesn't take itself too seriously. The flick's fancy-schmancy martial arts fight scenes even incorporate low-brow wrestling moves like the pile-driver.
But strip away its elusive sense of humor and its expensively hip Hong Kong-spawn sheen, and what's left is a sloppy plot, lifeless characters (no pun intended), and elementary execution masquerading as something more.
Based on one of those now-ubiquitous comic books set in a dusky, dingy alternative reality, the movie is about a vampire hunter who is half vampire himself -- he has all the usual bloodsucker powers but he can go out in the sun. Wesley Snipes, sporting a flamboyant flattop coif, wrap-around shades and a black leather duster, reprises his title role from the 1998 original, which was pretty much nothing but blood-splattered nightwalker-daywalker showdowns set to a rave music beat. Knowledge of that movie isn't a prerequisite for this one, which is a marked improvement while still being saddled with all the same problems.
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