Today we have two clips from Uwe Boll's "In the Name of the King" sequel, which is set to hit stores on DVD and Blu-ray on May 21st. The new film stars Dolph Lundgren as the son of Jason Statham's character from the first film. Statham, however, wouldn't return for the second installment. Check out the two clips below.
Explaining the plot of the new film, Boll said: "Dolph Lundgren is [an ex-Marine], and one night he gets attacked by ninjas in his house and falls with the ninjas into a vortex back in time. And then it turns out it's fifty years after 'In The Name Of The King' ended, and [fantasy land] Ehb is destroyed, and Jason Statham and everybody who was in the first part got wiped out... And Dolph is the son of Jason Statham, and he was sent into the future and brought up in an orphanage, because the parents felt they would all die. So he is basically the last survivor of the kingdom..."
Empire magazine caught up with Lundgren and asked him the question that's on everyone's mind. Why did he make this film? "Oh god, the Uwe Boll question," replied the actor. "What can I say? It was an experience. It wasn't exactly my taste, but I did it for other reasons. I was getting divorced at the time and I needed some cash quickly to pay for a few things, lawyers."
When asked how he feels about playing Statham's son, it became obvious that Lundgren is clueless about the plot. "Am I his son?," he asked. "God, I hope not. I didn't see the first [film]. Well, I saw part of it. I don't know who I play. I think I'm just another guy who has the same sort of adventure. I don't know what happened to Jason. Did he go back in time too? We never talked about it, never mentioned it. Wow, you learn things all the time."