If you thought there was a lot of killing in "The Hunger Games," think again. In mere seconds in just one scene of "The Expendables 2" dozens of bad guys are taken out.
The scene -- shown here first on Yahoo! Movies -- is a climactic one, happening at an airport terminal, as panicked, screaming customers flee. What happens next is a good 'ol fashioned blood bath between the Expendables and their enemy.
And let it be known, their enemy is led by none other than Jean-Claude van Damme -- in case you couldn't tell by his character name, Jean Vilain -- a mercenary terrorist bent on setting off a nuclear bomb. Van Damme was so committed to his role, that he only got friendly with his co-stars after filming wrapped. The method action actor is also reported to have fretted over his part, writing Stallone a letter, urging him to change the final sequence in the film because "they want to see Van Damme and Sly fighting."
In the film, the Expendables grow to hate Vilain (van Damme) after he brutally murders one of their own. But who did he kill? If we're to assume the above scene happens later in the movie, we can start a process of elimination by counting the Expendables we do see in the scene:
At the outset, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis shoot through a large glass partition in a surprise attack.
Next -- at :28-in --Chuck Norris gives a knowing head nod after shooting down a guy who was charging toward Stallone.
We see Terry Crews and Randy Couture doubling up on the bad guys.
Then it appears it is Dolph Lundgren pulling out a rather large knife.
That leaves Jet Li, Liam Hemsworth and Jason Statham... (drum roll)... unaccounted for. Do one or all of them die?
As van Damme and his crew retreat, Stallone goes after them. Schwarzenegger tells Willis, "I'll be back." Willis replies, "You've been back enough. I'll be back."
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