The duo have worked together previously, but always as on-screen enemies in the ‘Universal Soldier' franchise."Black Water" will see Van Damme play a ‘deep cover operative' imprisoned by the CIA on a submarine. Richard Switzer and Tyler Konney are set to act as producers.
The Belgian actor, fresh from his starring role in the Amazon comedy "Jean-Claude Van Johnson" is set to join the Swedish star as allies for the first time, according to the Hollywood Reporter.Lundgren's breakthrough came when he starred in Rocky IV in 1985 as the imposing Soviet boxer Ivan Drago.Since then, he has starred in more than 40 films, almost all of them in the action genre.The pair enjoyed a glamorous high profile night out at the Hollywood hotspot, a departure from their low key family life at their shared home in the Hollywood Hills, where they raise his daughters, Ida 19 and Greta 11.Meanwhile, during a recent interview with the Daily Record, Dolph said that despite his obvious athleticism, action films are harder for him nowadays, 'Dolph said: 'You have to be more careful because, if you get hurt, it takes much longer to heal.'Still, the actor, who started his screen career with a bit part in Bond film A View To A Kill, realizes his action man image means fans still expect to see him and not a stunt double doing the fight sequences.