Dolph Lundgren Starring In Kindergarten Cop 2

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Dolph Lundgren Starring In Kindergarten Cop 2

by Owen Williams |
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25 years after Arnold Schwarzenegger first yelled at some kids as Detective John Kimble, Kindergarten Cop 2** has suddenly gone into production. This time it's Dolph Lundgren, playing a different undercover cop who has to infiltrate a different nursery in pursuit of Albanian bad guys because of reasons. Heartwarming hilarity will no doubt ensue.

This isn't the first time Dolph has appeared in a sequel to a film that first starred a fellow Expendable. A few years ago he also turned out for Uwe Boll's In The Name Of The King: Two Worlds, taking the lead from Jason Statham. At the time he told Empire he did that film for some divorce cash. Lance Henriksen also once told us that he'll occasionally take an "alimony film". So maybe that's what's going on here.

Or maybe Dolph just wanted some light relief after grimly violent recent efforts like Skin Trade (with Michael Jai White and Tony Jaa) and **War Pigs **(with Luke Goss and Mickey Rourke). It's good to shake things up a bit sometimes.

Kindergarten Cop 2 is shooting as we speak in Vancouver, with Michael Don Paul (Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire, Sniper: Legacy, Tremors 5: Bloodlines) directing from a screenplay by David H. Steinberg (American Pie Presents: The Book Of Love). Expect it straight to video sometime next year.

Dolph's War Pigs is out on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK on September 14. **Skin Trade **is available to stream from Paramount, but not yet as a disc here. And if you're interested in some more unbelievable sequels, click here.

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