from Karsten Scholz
In a FAQ video on Instagram, actor Sylvester Stallone surprisingly announced the sequel or a new edition of the action classic Demolition Man from 1993. Will we find out how the three shells work this time?

In the 90s, some cult stripes of the action genre were created and for many genre fans it is certainly one of the big highlights to this day Demolition Man from 1993. Policeman John Spartan (Sylvester Stallone) against Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes) – it was simply an action festival at its finest. In the middle of it all, the enchantingly naive Lenina Huxley (Sandra Bullock) and the most important setting was a wonderfully bizarre version of the future in our world, in which carnal food, physical closeness, swear words and rock music are frowned upon.

If you just shoot different pictures from the film in the head at the words and you have a grin on your face, then you will surely be pleased that a sequel is planned. At least Sylvester Stallone announced a new "Demolition Man" film in a FAQ video in which he answered various questions from fans. From minute 05:45 he speaks about the project:

Stallone is asked whether a new "Demo Man" is coming. He replies that that's the case, they are currently working on it with Warner Bros. and it looks fantastic. So that should happen, yes. We will only find out in the course of the official announcement whether this is actually a continuation or even a new edition or a reboot.

The 15 minutes are also very interesting. He talks about injuries, his dog, which he had to sell because he could no longer afford the dog food for a while, and about films that he had canceled in his career, such as the offer for Die Hard.

Would you like to continue Demolition Man with Sylvester Stallone? Let us know in the comments.

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