Still got it! An agile Jean Claude Van Damme shows off his six pack as he joins Jason Statham and Dolph Lundgren at Expendables 2 photocall
19:29 GMT, 8 August 2012
He may have entered his fifties now but that's not having an effect on movie hardman Jean-Claude Van Damme.
The action man, 51, went out of his way today to show that he's still got it as he flaunted his six pack and showed off his moves in front of waiting photographers.
He was at a photocall for The Expendables 2 in Madrid, Spain along with his castmates Jason Statham and Dolph Lundgren.
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Still got it! Jean-Claude Van Damme shows he's still got his six pack at
the age of 51 as he turns up to a photocall for The Expendables 2 in
They're back! Van Damme was joined by his hardman co-stars Jason Statham and Dolph Lundgren to promote the latest movie
And ensuring he wasn't overshadowed he made quite the impact as he fooled around to please onlookers.
Van Damme first of all lifted up his shirt to reveal his honed stomach as he flexed his arm muscles while grinning at the cameras.
The Timecop star was obviously in a cheeky and jovial mood as he also high kicked the air several times for maximum impact.
Showing off: Jean-Claude played up to the cameras as he flexed his muscles ready for the film's release later this month
Still athletic! He went out of his way to show his agility as he fooled around for waiting photographers
Taking it seriously: Jason Statham and Dolph Lundgren looked dapper as they joined their excitable co-star
All smiles: The men joked around at the screening ahead of its release across Europe
And he pretended to get embroiled in a slapping fight with his wife Gladys Portugues, who happily pretended to hit his face for one image.
The actor also did some shameless self promotion as he later changed into a black T-shirt emblazoned with his website logo and the words: 'JCVD-Online.com.'
Wearing spectacles he punched the air and merrily hugged Statham, who seemed happy and relaxed at the screening at the city's Ritz Hotel.
Photocall: Jean-Claude's wife Gladys pretended to slap him for the cameras as they posed together
Mind you don't split your trousers! He flung his leg up in the air as he showed off his flexibility despite his dapper outfit
He wore a grey suit jacket with jeans and shoes, while he put sunglasses on his face to ensure he looked as cool as could be.
Swedish star Dolph also looked dapper at the event in a full suit, shirt and tie.
He giggled and adjusted his jacket as Jean-Claude joked about his height in comparison to the other two hefty men.
Missing from the promotional trail was actor Sylvester Stallone, who is currently continuing to mourn the death of his 36-year-old son Sage, who passed away last month.
Feeling short He even poked fun of himself as he made light of his height compared to his hefty co-stars, who towered over him
Strike a pose: He calmed down for a second to cuddle his wife before heading inside to watch the film
Stallone was left devastated when Sage, his son with ex-wife Sasha Czack, was found dead in his Los Angeles home on July 13.
His body was found near bottles of pills scattered all over his room, the L.A. County Coroner reported, but toxicology results aren't expected until late August.
Stallone released an emotional statement at the time, talking about his 'agonising' loss.
High kick: Jean-Claude Van Damme shows no signs of slowing down just yet if these pictures are anything to go by
Joining in: Dolph and Jason looked bemused at their friend's antics,
although co-star Sylvester Stallone was missing from promotional duties
while he continues to mourn his son
He said: 'When a parent loses a child there is no greater pain… This agonizing loss will be felt for the rest of our lives.
'Sage was our first child and the
centre of our universe and I am humbly begging for all to have my son's
memory in full left in peace.'
The new Expendables movie is due to be released in the UK on 17 August.
Hitting screens: The next film in the franchise, The Expendables 2, is due to hit cinema screens in the UK on 17 August