Steven Seagal Up for ‘Under Siege 3’?

The actor spills some details on how he'd like to see a third film play out.
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Steven Seagal Up for ‘Under Siege 3’?

Steven Seagal has been Under Siege twice, but he'd like to do it again... only in outer space, perhaps. MTV Movies Blog recently spoke to Seagal who dished on the possibility of another Under Siege film.

"There are offers and we’re looking at them,” Seagal said. Apparently, he has some ideas about where the film should go as well.

"I personally want it to be something more modern,” said Seagal. "In other words, I wouldn’t mind if it was about something more mystical or…maybe extraterrestrial in nature. Some real government top secrets instead of just the typical.”

We'll have more on these interesting developments as soon as more information arises.

Under Siege was released October 9th, 1992.

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  • vampire2000 • 7 years ago

    Well, like I said, we all thought the same thing of Harrison Ford, Bruce Willis, and Sylvester Stallone. I say give him a chance!!!!!

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    • filmwiz • 7 years ago

      seagal was f*cking awesome back in undersiege 1 and 2, but today he's making his crapy straight to dvd movie's and he kinda got slow and fat, so i'm not sure if he can still pull under siege 3.

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      • vampire2000 • 7 years ago

        Exactly what I mean. You pricks probably said the same thing about "Rocky Balboa," "Rambo," "Live Free or Die Hard," and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," no doubt.

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        • mr-davidlopan • 7 years ago

          hahaha ah man, this might be a comedy! and i'll prolly def see it! haha

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          • vampire2000 • 7 years ago

            LMFAO Rad, you always have to twist my words. I don't know why everyone has something against this, I mean it worked EXTREMELY well for Sylvester Stallone when he came back as an old man and did "Rocky Balboa" and "Rambo," just like, except for a few people that didn't like the direction it took, it worked for Harrison Ford to come back and do "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," and if I'm not mistaken, Bruce Willis isn't exactly as young as he used to be, but "Live Free or Die Hard" did great, and aren't Danny Glover and Mel Gibson in talks about maybe doing a "Lethal Weapon 5?" All I'm saying, is that it worked for all these other older actors to return to their most famous movies, and "Under Siege" and "Under Siege 2" did great, why is it such a problem for Steven Seagal to come back and make "Under Siege 3?"

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            • juan2188 • 7 years ago

              OK, PAST

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              • instead8909 • 7 years ago

                Another film, that's all we need. sarcasim

                I enjoyed his earlier films but this is taking the cake and over doing it. Granted that he's much older, but can Seagal be able to pull off the staff stuff once again. I thought he was tired of this sort of thing.

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                • radimus-83 • 7 years ago

                  sorry V2K, but he IS a has been. well actually, he never was a big deal. so if he wasn't anything to begin with, then suppose he's not a has been.

                  maybe your right Vamp. :)

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                  • moviemaster75 • 7 years ago

                    NO!!!!!!!! I CANT F*CKN STAND THESE F*CKED UP FILMS!!

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                    • vampire2000 • 7 years ago

                      Seagal is awesome. I don't care what anyone says. He's NOT a has been either.

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                      • radimus-83 • 7 years ago

                        of course he's up for it. the old fart is sitting at home with his bad back and thinning hair trying to figure out how he passed as a martial arts expert all those years!

                        he's begging for work!!!

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                        • supercanayaz • 7 years ago

                          Ja Ja Ja not comment Ja Ja

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                          • err2005 • 7 years ago

                            i have a small collection of steven seagal dvds and i dont care who knows it.

                            im looking forward to seeing him as "c*ckpuncher" in the onion movie.

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                            • the-kwisatz-haderach • 7 years ago

                              Seagal in Space! hahahah f*cking classic!

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                              • lude8282 • 7 years ago

                                Can You Say, "Straight To DVD?"

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                                • stiles • 7 years ago

                                  oh dear god.

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                                  • moviedirector88 • 7 years ago

                                    Steven Seagal, fighting off terrorist Aliens, hehehehehe

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                                    • daftshadow • 7 years ago

                                      The mafia is after him, give him a break. He needs the money to pay up or his fingers and ponytail will be chopped off.

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                                      • memo17 • 7 years ago

                                        This sh*t better not happen.And how is this a interesting development?It would be a waste of money doing a sh*t like this.

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                                        • raoulduke33 • 7 years ago

                                          Has potential to be the funniest movie ever. Do it Steve, make it happen.

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