Luke Gross, star of the second and third 'Death Race' movies, has gone ahead and suggested that he wants to return to the franchise for a fourth instalment.
Movie star Luke Gross has stated that he wants to star in a fourth 'Death Race' instalment. The former singer turned actor stated he would not appear in another film after he finished 'Death Race 3: Inferno', but has since gone against that by suggesting a new addition to the series. Gross shot to fame in the 1980s, with appearances in the chart-topping boy band Bros.
He explained his thoughts behind a fourth 'Death Race' film to BANG Showbiz, saying: ''When I did this one I said to myself I probably won't do a fourth one, but when I saw how three turned out then I thought it was pretty cool, and I was really happy that we'd put together such a great movie. We were talking about some ideas for a fourth film, if it was to happen, and if that came off and the studio was behind it again like they have been then I'd like to be a part of that. When you see there's a number four you think you probably shouldn't be a part of that but if it's a great story then I'd like to be in it.''
The 44-year-old actor has stated that the filming for 'Death Race 3: Inferno' was even more ''physically strenuous'' than the second movie, as he performed far more of his own stunts. He explained this by saying: ''This film was more challenging than the last one because we didn't have a stunt double on this one. On 'Death Race 2' I did most of my stunts and the studio thought that benefits the movies so on this one they said, 'How do you feel about doing all of them?' And I said that was fine."
He continued to explain: ''It was a lot of work and physically strenuous just because you've got nobody doubling things for you so it just takes longer to do because you're doing everything. It was hours and hours of work, but I love all that stuff.''