A third installment in the Under Siege franchise has been rumored for what seems like forever, but series star Steven Seagal has recently chimed in on what adventure he’d like his character Casey Ryback to go on next.
I personally want it to be something more modern. 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.
Excited? I know I am. Meanwhile Swingers co-star Jon Favreau has declared he’d like to do a sequel in ten years. If you could only see one of these potential sequels, which would you chose?
Just like Die Hard with Under Siege, Speed and countless other action movies, Indiana Jones inspired its own slew of adventure flicks from Michael Douglas’ Jack Colton movies to today’s Mummy and National Treasure franchises.
1985 saw the release of King Solomon’s Mines, an adaptation of H. Rider Haggard’s classic novel, directed by J. Lee Thompson (The Guns Of Navarone) and released by the now defunct Cannon Group. It stars Richard Chamberlain (Richard Lester’s Musketeers trilogy) as Allan Quatermain, horrible acting from Sharon Stone as the love interest, as well as Herbert Lom (the original Pink Panther films) and Indy’s own Sallah (John Rhys-Davies) as the villains. Review after the jump.