A-List Action Heroes Schwarzenegger, Stallone, and Statham Team Up for a Good Cause at Children’s Charity Event

This is not a trailer for a fresh Western movie featuring big-name actors from Hollywood. It’s simply a heartwarming gesture from good buddies Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham, who joined forces to show their support for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s charitable fundraiser for Inner-City Games. The three amigos even dressed up as cowboys and put on a fun act during the event held at Arnie’s lavish home in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles.

Hey there folks! It’s quite a sight to see Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Jason Statham, who are aged 71, 50, and 51 respectively, coming together to support Arnold’s Inner-City Games charity fundraiser on a Saturday evening. These three action heroes first met on the set of The Expendables back in 2010 and went on to work together in the sequel, Expendables 2, in 2012, followed by the third installment in 2014. As of now, there are talks of a fourth movie in the franchise, but it’s still in the early stages of production.

Meet the hero trio of Sly, Arnie, and Jason, who first crossed paths on the set of The Expendables in 2010. Flash forward to 2012, and the trio reunited for the UK premiere of The Expendables 2. Recently, Sly took to Instagram to suggest a new role for the group – as the “New Three Amigos.” The photo was taken at Arnold’s fundraising party for the Inner-City Games, an organization that fosters self-confidence, self-reliance, and camaraderie among inner-city youth. The Inner-City Games were established in East Los Angeles in 1991.

The Expendables 3 in 2014 featured an impressive cast of famous names including Jet Li, Glen Powell, Kellan Lutz, Ronda Rousey, Victor Ortiz, Antonio Banderas, Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren, Wesley Snipes, Randy Couture, Stallone and Statham as the top crew.

Over 40,000 young individuals participated in both athletic and academic competitions during the inaugural year. Following the LA riots in 1992, Arnold joined as the Games’ Executive Commissioner. Subsequently, the National Inner-City Games Foundation was established in 1995 which has now grown to include 15 cities and over a million youths taking part.

In 2012, they were spotted in London with Dolph for their movie.

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