Here's what he had to say, claiming that press announcements are rarely based on fact.
"The issue with those announcements is that they're never really based on fact. I have not had any formal discussions about that movie. I'm not in Kick-Ass 2 and I don't think I'm in The Expendables 3. I like those guys but I'd say it'd be highly unlikely that I'm in that movie."
Back in November, it was confirmed from Sylvester Stallone's Facebook page that Nicolas Cage was going to be in The Expendables 3, but Sly himself shot down the news a day later. The Facebook page in question was not run by the actor, and the post was later deleted.
"I kinda put the Ghost Rider character behind me. I feel like I've said what I had to say with that character. I'd like to see a female Ghost Rider."
"I would like to see a sequel to Lord of War. I think it would work really well, especially in this day and age where guns are at the center of political discussion. And also the boy in the movie, my son, there's this idea that he grows up and he goes into the trade and then I'm trying to get him out of it. I think that could be a very interesting movie."