Described as Flash Gordon meets The Dark Knight Rises, the 70-year old might be the front man for the live-action version of the 2014 comic book.
The 70-year old will take on an important role as Marvel respond to the criticism surrounding Josh Brolin's double duties as Thanos and Cable.
Despite the sequel to the 2013 original not going to air yet, the 70-year has signed on for a third installment as he sues over accounting practices for 1993's Demolition Man
With Sylvester Stallone and Lionsgate at an impasse over the direction of the action franchise, his co-star has jumped to his defense.
Despite being the creative force and face of the action franchise from day one, the veteran actor and filmmaker has pulled the plug.
Director James Gunn confirmed that the 70-year old action icon would be playing a major role in the upcoming Marvel blockbuster alongside his friend Michael Rosenbaum.
Millennium Films is bringing the iconic 80s action star back to life, but will do so without the infamous actor who made him a film legend.