Dolph Lundgren is back.
The Swedish action movie star, known best for his role as Russian Ivan Drago in “Rocky IV,” is starring in direct-to-DVD and VOD film, “Kindergarten Cop 2,” taking on the role of an undercover FBI agent.
As the trailer shows, it appears to be more of the same, but delves into him being at odds with the school’s liberal and politically correct environment, reported EW.
The trailer says: “He’s an undercover agent, looking for stolen data. But all his training couldn’t prepare him for this,” referring to dealing with young children.
Bill Bellamy of MTV and “How to Be a Player” fame also stars in the flick. The film comes out on May 17.
“The 58-year-old actor plays an FBI agent assigned to hunt down sensitive stolen data. While undercover as a kindergarten teacher, the gruff, old-school Agent Reed finds himself at odds with the school’s liberal, politically correct environment,” reads a synopsis from EW.
Lundgren, 58, is taking on the role basically played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the original 1990 “Kindergarten Cop,” which spawned amazing Arnie quotes (that were later sampled and used for prank calls), including this: