Things just aren't looking up for the Sylvester Stallone sequel The Expendables 2. Fans are pissed about the PG-13 rating and threatening to boycott the film. The studio released a set of cartoon caricatures as promo art. Now we get a triple batch of promo images, and they are pretty bare bones and not too pretty. While they honestly do look like pics from a zero budget Asylum flick, they are most likely photos being used for upcoming posters or promo ads to sell the film, with the backgrounds and certain aspects of the actors to be airburched and fixed later.
Check out Jean-Claude Van Damme and his machete, Dolph Lundgren and his war paint, and Scott Adkins with his gapping wound below. We also have some candid background images of Sylvester Stallone and Jean-Claude Van Damme on set. And for all you PG-13 haters, we saved the best for last. Yes, that is Dolph Lundgren and Sylvester Stallone comparing notes on their dolls instead of trading bullets and fists. Money, money, money. There's not much of it to be had in "boobs and blood". Only toys. (Seriously, though, was there even any females in Part 1, let alone a naked female breast? I don't remember boobs being a problem.)