Can you believe it's been 10 years since the action-packed flick "The Expendables" hit theaters? To mark the film's milestone anniversary on Aug. 13, 2020, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the hottest older dudes who are still kickin' butt, starting with "The Expendables" star Sylvester Stallone… Since originating the role of Rocky Balboa at 30 in 1976, Sly has gone on to appear in many, many more action films. He was 64 when the first installment of the "Expendables" franchise was released and 72 when his more recent action movie "Rambo: Last Blood" came out in 2019. Incredible! Keep reading to see more of your favorite older actors who are still giving it good…
Samuel L. Jackson plays butt-kicking Avengers founder Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise. Samuel was 70 when the last installment, "Avengers: Endgame," hit theaters!
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Tom Cruise has no fear! And aging hasn't stopped him from doing his own death-defying stunts — like hanging off a helicopter during takeoff while filming "Mission: Impossible – Fallout," which came out when he was 56.
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Another older gentleman who's still lighting up the screen in action films? Morgan Freeman, who appeared in 2013's "Oblivion" at 76.
Would you go mano a mano with either Robert De Niro or Sylvester Stallone in the ring? Yeah, neither would we, especially after watching these two older dudes duke it out when they co-starred in 2013's "Grudge Match" when they were 69 and 67, respectively.
Is there anyone in the world who would want to mess with Bruce Willis on screen — or off? The "Die Hard" powerhouse was 62 when he played Paul Kersey, a doctor out for revenge, in 2018's "Death Wish."
From the "Star Wars" franchise to "Blade Runner 2049" (seen here), Harrison Ford, has long been taking down bad guys on the big screen. He was 77 when, in early 2020, he confirmed that the fifth installment in the "Indiana Jones" movie series — one of the franchises that made him a household name — was set to begin filming.
Jackie Chan has been impressively kicking butt (and performing all his own stunts!) for more than 40 years. The actor was 63 when he showed off his martial arts moves in 2017's "The Foreigner."
Danny Trejo is one tough senior citizen — and he's still putting fear into the hearts of younger dudes on the big screen in movies like 2013's "Machete Kills," which came out when he was 69.
Yep, we're still impressed by Liam Neeson's brawny big-screen roles. He showed off his skills on the set of 2018's "The Commuter" when he was 65.
He's been a professional bodybuilder and California's governor — not to mention a world-famous action star in between and again after he stepped away from his political career. Arnold Schwarzenegger was 72 when he played a dangerous cyborg in 2019's "Terminator: Dark Fate."
Martial arts legend Jet Li — seen here in 2014's action packed "The Expendables 3" — will show off his moves at 57 in 2020's live-action remake of "Mulan." Though he plays The Emperor in the Disney movie, he'll still see some action. "Jet Li is one of the greatest Wushu masters of all time," producer Jason Reed told Empire. "The Emperor does not just sit on the throne and read scrolls in our movie."
While he's appeared in his fair share of romantic comedies and historical dramas, as he's aged, Colin Firth has gravitated toward action films! He's seen here in the second installment of the "Kingsman" franchise, 2017's "Kingsman: The Gold Circle," which hit theaters when he was 57.
Wesley Snipes is almost 20 years removed from his "Blade" franchise days, but he's still got it when it comes to making action films. He was nearly 55 when one of his latest, 2017's "The Recall," came out.
The Muscles from Brussels — action legend Jean-Claude Van Damme — was 58 when one of his most recent action movies, "We Die Young," hit theaters in 2019.
The mighty Denzel Washington has been kickin' butt in films for four decades. He proved he was still tough as nails in 2018's "The Equalizer 2," which hit theaters when he was 63.
Dolph Lundgren had bad guys yelling for mercy in 2014's "The Expendables 3" when he was nearly 57. And that's just one of many recent action projects in which he's starred in recent years.
It's hard to believe "Goodfellas" actor Ray Liotta isn't middle-aged anymore! Ray's seen here in the 2013 crime-thriller "The River Murders." He was 56 when the film debuted.
Pierce Brosnan still looks ruggedly handsome when taking on tough-guy roles like he did in 2017's "The Foreigner," which hit theaters when he was 64.
After a 30-plus-year career, Mickey Rourke has proven that he still has what it takes to star in action-packed flicks like 2014's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," which came out when he was almost 58.
Mel Gibson made a career of playing tough guys in his youth, and he hasn't been afraid to revisit his action days as he's grown older. Mel was 58 when he brought the heat in 2014's "The Expendables 3."
It feels like just yesterday when we saw Sean Penn star in the acclaimed drama "Mystic River." The Academy Award-winning actor is pictured here at 54 in the 2015 thriller "The Gunman."
We're not sure which is more frightening: John Travolta's intimidating characters — like the one he played in 2018's "Gotti" (seen here) when he was 64 — or his ever-changing hairline?