Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren share hilarious reunion video, call it 'men that refuse to grow up'
The gang was seen back together for a night of laughs as Stallone captured a hilarious video on his phone of him, Schwarzenegger, and Lundgren joking around in front of the camera.
Actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Dolph Lundgren, the '80s trio that ruled Hollywood box office and were known as muscular men fighting crime and occasionally sparred with each other reunited this week.
The gang was seen back together for a night of laughs as Stallone captured a hilarious video on his phone of him, Schwarzenegger, and Lundgren joking around in front of the camera. The men were seen smiling for the small clip shared on Stallone's Instagram account as they hung around during an event at Schwarzenegger's home in Los Angeles earlier this week.
The three actors have all worked together with each other multiple times in varied action movies. Schwarzenegger and Stallone starred together in 'Escape Plan'. The trio starred in The 'The Expendables' franchise, and Lundgren had famously fought Stallone in the boxing movie 'Rocky IV'.
Stallone, 73, captioned the funny video as "Men that refuse to grow up. Actually why bother??? We’re having fun! Grow old UNgracfullly!!!!!!"
The legendary Hollywood action stars were seen in great spirits as they huddled for mini-meeting for the video. The Rocky actor can be seen saying: "My hand looks better than your face. I want my face covered!"
Schwarzenegger, 71, who had organized an event to celebrate a German sports club, said: "Sly thinks his hand looks better than my face? look at how handsome I am," The Terminator actor said. "Look at Dolph! look at this beauty here! You cannot stand it to have so many beautiful guys around him!" he added while enjoying a cigar.
Lundgren, 61, who wore a white buttoned-down shirt in the video continued smiling throughout the clip as Stallone and Schwarzenegger exchanged words.
"We are aging so well ... like a couple of saddles in the desert," Stallone added.