Hulk Hogan wants Expendables 3 role

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Mickey Rourke plays the title role with this performance that earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. His co-star Marisa Tomei was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress. As Randy "The Ram" Robinson, Rourke is a once-on-top pro wrestler whose been reduced to working odd jobs and wrestling at shabby venues on weekends. Despite his failing health, Robinson attempts to find romance with a stripper (played by Tomei) while also reaching out to his estranged daughter (Evan Rachel Wood).
October 12th, 2012

Hulk Hogan wants to star in 'The Expendables 3'.

The 'TNA IMPACT Wrestling' star - who has recently been rocked after a sex tape of him and Heather Clem, the estranged wife of his best friend Bubba the Love Sponge, surfaced online - doesn't think he'll get any more good offers from Hollywood, but he is keen to play a villain in the star-studded film franchise.

He said: ''You know what would really be cool? On twitter all my fans are [telling me], 'You should be on Expendables 3'. I wish. Can you imagine if I shaved my head and I was the bad guy?''

'The Expendables' franchise features a number of big-name action stars including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone, who Hulk still thanks for giving him his big break in 1982 movie 'Rocky III', which saw him portray Thunderlips.

He said: ''He's my boy, he gave me my first break. I need your help.''

But Hulk has caused some controversy after being asked if he was ever offered the lead role in 2008 movie 'The Wrestler' - which featured Mickey Rourke as the lead character - to which the 59-year-old star said he had, but claims he turned the part down.

Speaking on the 'Howard Stern Show', he added: ''The problem is, if I had done it, Hollywood would have looked at it as a joke.''

Following his comments, 'The Wrestler' director Darren Aronofsky took to twitter to deny Hulk was ever in line for the role.

He wrote: ''for the record the role of the wrestler was always @MickeyRourkeit was never hulk hogan's as he claims on @HowardStern (sic)''