Steven Seagal’s ‘Force Of Execution’ May Arrive Later This Year

Steven Seagal’s latest cinematic effort could arrive before the end of the year.

When he isn’t putting together congressional trips to Russia, the actor still finds the time to step in front of the camera. His next endeavor is likely to arrive on home video later this year.

Steven Seagal will star in director Keoni Waxman’s Force of Execution. Filming on the project started this January. The movie entered post-production in February after only a few weeks of shooting.

Joining the Under Siege star in the actor’s latest flick are Ving Rhames and Machete Kills star Danny Trejo. Beyond that, very little is known about the film. A handful of fan sites have been kicking around a few details, but nothing concrete has been released on an official level.

Since the majority of Steven Seagal’s recent output has gone direct-to-video, it’s probable that Force of Execution will do the same. The actor was last seen on the big screen in Robert Rodriguez’s 2009 over-the-top action movie Machete.

If Sylvester Stallone has anything to say about it, then Seagal will have a role in The Expendables 3. Stallone told his followers on Twitter than he reached out to the actor, though it’s unclear if he will sign on for the project.

Steven Seagal recently made headlines after he accompanied a delegation to Russia in hopes of uncovering some clues behind the Boston bombing. After making the trip, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) explained that very little information was unearthed during the journey.

Seagal was in attendance at a press conference to discuss the recent trip. Although they didn’t locate anything in regards to the marathon bombing, Rohrabacher explained that Russia and the US should work together to fight their common enemy. The Out for Justice star was thanked repeatedly for his efforts.

“Radical Islam is at our throat in the United States, and is at the throat of the Russian people,” Rohrabacher explained.

Are you a fan of Steven Seagal? Are you looking forward to Force of Execution?

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