Professional assassin Chev Chelios escapes being burned alive in this latest chapter in the Crank series.
This will be a big summer for Jason Statham. He has Furious 7 opening today, where he'll get to show his villainous side. And then he'll get to display his comedic chops in the Paul Feig directed Spy starring opposite Melissa McCarthy. Talking to EW about both projects, the action icon reveals that he still very much wants to make Crank 3.
Its not clear when or if Lionsgate will ever green light Crank 3. The first movie was a hit, grossing $42 million of a modest $12 million budget. But the second film didn't fare quite as well, pulling only $34 million off a $20 million budget. And Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor have recently gone their separate ways, with Mark Neveldine flying solo on the horror thriller The Vatican Tapes. What do you think? Do you want to see Crank 3?Read More
Crank 3 is in development .Read More
While catching up with actor Efren Ramirez at Comic-Con for Fox's new animated spin-off, Napoleon Dynamite, we've exclusively learned that filmmakers Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor (Crank, Crank High Voltage) are currently in the process of moving Crank 3 forward. Ramirez also revealed that the filmmakers have decided to make the movie even if Jason Statham chooses not to be involved. Check it out below.
Stay tuned for more on Crank 3 as we talk to Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor shortly.Read More