Expendables Stuntman’s Parents Sue For Wrongful Death

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July 26, 2012 | 8:46pm EST

The parents of a stuntman killed when an explosion on the set of Sylvester Stallone’s star-studded The Expendables sequel went awry are suing the film’s producers for more than $25 million.
Kun Liu’s family members claim the movie executives failed to take proper safety precautions on the set in Bulgaria.
Liu, 25, was shooting an action scene near the Ognyanovo Reservoir last October when he lost his life in the action sequence blast.
Production company Millennium Films and the on-set stunt co-ordinator Chad Stahelski have been named in the wrongful death suit, obtained by TMZ.com.