Actor Sylvester Stallone said goodbye and announced the end of his participation in the successful saga “The Indestructibles” after recording his last scene of the fourth film. “This will be my last day,” he began saying in his message.
Although there is still much to do around the end of the filming, the role of ‘Sly’ in this film will not be long. As previously noted, the leading role will be Lee Christmas, played by Jason Statham.
Through his official Instagram account, the actor who starred in the “Rocky” and “Rambio” sagas shared a video where he assured that he had successfully filmed his last action sequence.
“This is my last day, so… ah… I… am enjoying it, but it’s always bittersweet. You know, it’s something you’ve been very attached to, I think it’s been 12 years and I’m ready to pass the baton to Jason, to his capable hands.”, Stallone stated.
“You know, the great thing is to be able to write a movie for someone, to entertain, maybe there is a little message out there, because what I try to achieve in my successful films is the human touch, the bond. Not so much the action, this is evident, is to relate to the audience so that it can identify with whatever mission the characters have “added the actor.
“The Indestructibles 4” is directed by Scott Waugh and will also feature the return of Dolph Lundgren as ‘Gunner Jensen’ and Randy Couture in the role of ‘Toll Road’. They will be joined by Curtis Jackson, Megan Fox, Tonny Jaa and Andy Garcia.