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You're never too old to have another action-adventure ... or two.

As 'The Expendables' conquered the weekend box office with a take of over $35 million, writer-director-star Sylvester Stallonehas sights on the future of his group of ragtag mercenaries.

Stallone told The Hollywood Reporter that he most definitely has plans for an 'Expendables' sequel.

"It's plotted out in my mind's eye," he says. "I believe this group has to continue to evolve; it just can't become the same people. So how do you get new people introduced into the group, and how do you have some of the other people leaving? Those are the challenges." You're never too old to have another action-adventure ... or two.

As 'The Expendables' conquered the weekend box office with a take of over $35 million, writer-director-star Sylvester Stallone has sights on the future of his group of ragtag mercenaries.

Stallone told The Hollywood Reporter that he most definitely has plans for an 'Expendables' sequel.

"It's plotted out in my mind's eye," he says. "I believe this group has to continue to evolve; it just can't become the same people. So how do you get new people introduced into the group, and how do you have some of the other people leaving? Those are the challenges."

Stallone also goes on to say that the proudest moment in his career was the critical and commercial success of the final installment of the 'Rocky' series, 'Rocky Balboa.' But the successful opening of 'The Expendables' tops even that.

"This should have never happened. [Producer] Avi Lerner really took a big gamble on me with this when nobody else would."

'The Expendables' earned more than 'Eat Pray Love,' which opened with $23.7 million, and 'The Other Guys,' which brought in $18 million in its second weekend.