The Expendables crew is back for another installment of mercenary gun-toting. With stars like Sylvester Stallone, Harrison Ford, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, the film’s cast sports an average age of 57, proving that age ain’t nothing but a number when it comes to kicking butt.
The film and its franchise make the AARP set look badass, boasting a hilarious amount of legendary actors — with a cast that’s almost too big for promotional material. But in a sea of aging action heroes, who’s the oldest? See how well you’ve been keeping up with Sly, Han Solo, Wesley Snipes, and, yes, The Arnold, with our quiz, below.
Arnold Schwarzenegger vs. Sylvester StalloneView Survey
The Rocky star (68) has been on this Earth for nearly 13 months longer than Conan the Barbarian (67).
Antonio Banderas vs. Kelsey GrammerView Survey
The 59-year-old Grammer has been featured in a slew of action movies this summer (see also: Transformers: Age of Extinction) and arguably looks fresher than the 54-year-old Banderas. To be fair, we’ve heard his voice a lot more over the last 10 years than we’ve actually seen him.
Harrison Ford vs. Mel Gibson
At 72, Ford is the oldest member of this teeming cast, but has never looked happier! Gibson is 58.
Dolph Lundgren vs. Wesley Snipes
Snipes (52) is younger than Lundgren (56), which makes sense when you see all the cheesy poses and finger guns he put on display while promoting the film this week.Terry Crews vs. Jason Statham View Survey
Action superstar and former race car driver Statham is 47 — but supermodel girlfriend Rosie Huntington-Whiteley definitely keeps him young — which is just a smidgeon older than the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star (46). Congrats, Terry! You’re one of the youngins’.
As always, this post is in jest. Terry, don’t hurt us!
[Photo Credit: Lionsgate]