While The Smithereens’ version of The Outsiders’ classic “Time Won’t Let Me” was not as successful as the original, their version is the only one that features JCVD in the music video, as the song appeared in 1994’s Timecop.
Sent to prison after exacting revenge on the man who killed his wife, Kyle LeBlanc has to survive a brutal Russian prison that holds deadly fights between the inmates under the watch of a sadistic general.
JCVD is a soldier who returns back to the States and moves into a Washington DC neighborhood run by MS-13. His path crosses with two boys who are looking to escape the gang life and JCVD may be the only who can take on the gang and get them out in We Die Young.
Most of us have probably never heard of Ukrainian pop star Iryna Bilyk but in 2008 she had none other than Jean Claude Van Damme in her music video for the song “Ya Lyublyu Ego” aka “I Love Him”.
JCVD is a bouncer who goes to work in the criminal underworld in order to support his 8 year old daughter in the upcoming French action thriller The Bouncer aka Lukas.
JCVD is back in August for the gritty looking action drama Lukas aka The Bouncer.
Separated as babies when their parents are killed, Chad and Alex Wagner reunite as adults to get revenge on the men responsible in Hong Kong.
After over a year since we got a taste of the first episode, Jean Claude Van Johnson is finally arriving in December and Amazon has a new trailer showing more of JCVD’s secret life as an international black ops agent/action movie star.
Trying to win a legitamate MMA title, Kurt Sloane (Alain Moussi) is forced back into the underground Thai fighting world by Thomas Moore (Christopher Lambert), who wants Kurt to fight his gigantic champion, Mongkut (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson) and threatens his wife (Sara Malakul Lane) if Kurt doesn’t fight.
Finding out the twin brother he didn’t know existed was killed in his hometown, French police officer Alain Moreau sets out to find out who his brother was and who killed him.