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Exclusive: Dolph Lundgren Gives Us a Special ‘Command Performance’

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Yesterday we rocked you with an Expendables promo trailer that included the awesome badass that is Dolph Lundgren. Just last week, as part of our Fantastic Fest coverage, Brian Salisbury raved about Dolph in his Universal Soldier: A New Beginning review. We’ve interviewed the man, we’ve applauded his early work and we’ve interviewed him some more. It is safe to say that without Dolph Lundgren, we probably wouldn’t know what to do with ourselves. Luckily, he exists.

And he’s got a new movie in the works, Command Performance. And to help get the word out about this new flick, in which Dolph plays a drummer who beats some ass to save a hot chick, we’ve offered to host an exclusive clip. But that’s not all. In addition to the clip, Dolph was kind enough to give us a little custom intro, just for the readers of Film School Rejects. Check it out below.

Yep, still a badass.

Rock ‘n’ roll drummer Joe (Dolph Lundgren, The Expendables, Universal Soldier, Rocky IV) and his band are about to make it big as the opening act for America’s hottest pop star (Melissa Smith) in Moscow. Fame and glory quickly turn into chaos as armed terrorists storm the arena, capturing the pop star and the guests of honor—Russian President Alexander Petrov and his two teenage daughters. With the death toll rising and the hostages’ lives on the line, it is up to one man to come to their rescue and save the day.

Command Performance is on DVD and Blu-ray November 3, 2009. For your viewing pleasure, we also have this photo gallery:

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet.

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