James Cameron wrote the original screenplay, John Travolta played a "Star Wars" obsessed soldier and other things you didn't know about one of the defining action movies of the 1980s.
Watch in wonder as heroes & villains alike find novel ways to withdraw from society using forests, hospitals, submarines & yachts.
Sylvester Stallone is certainly no stranger to returning to his greatest hits, and 'Tango & Cash' could be next.
Sylvester Stallone's swan song as John Rambo, the traumatised Vietnam veteran with a tendency towards outbursts of ultra-violence, has arrived.
The fifth installment of the "Rambo" franchise, "Rambo: Last Blood," will hit theaters on Sept. 20 -- 37 years after the series launched with "First Blood." The story centers on Sylvester Stallone's John Rambo crossing into Mexico and taking on a violent cartel when the daughter of one of his friends is kidnapped. "Rambo: Last […]
As filming begins, Sylvester Stallone shares photos from the set of his iconic character, who has a surprising new look.
It’s seemingly not over until it’s over for Vietnam vet John Rambo. And even then it might not be over. Sylvester Stallone is set to return for a fifth installment in the Rambo franchise, I understand. There were whispers he may also direct but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Avi Lerner’s Millennium is launching sales on the project in Cannes with a tentative shoot date set for September of this year. Stallone is understood to be working on the script and his <em>Expendables…</em>
After several years of a fifth ‘Rambo’ with Sylvester Stallone failing to get off the ground, it seems the rights holders have decided to go back to square one without the franchise’s signature star. Reportedly the producers are looking for a younger actor to inherit the Rambo mantle, treating the iconic action hero as “a character akin to James Bond.” This begs the question of whether ‘New Blood’ will be set in the 1980s like the original films, or update Rambo from a former Vietnam POW to a veteran of more recent conflicts in the Middle East. ‘Rambo III’ followed in 1988, and then there was a lengthy hiatus before 2008’s ultra-violent fourth film, entitled simply ‘Rambo’ (AKA ‘John Rambo’).
John Rambo has hung up his bandolier. Sylvester Stallone has admitted that he’s now a bit too old to revive his muscle-bound, post-traumatic stress disorder-riddled Vietnam veteran from the ‘Rambo’ movie series. This means that the planned fifth movie, which was tentatively being called 'Rambo: Last Blood’, is now off the slate.
According to Deadline, Fox TV is developing a new ‘Rambo’ television show… and it might even star Sylvester Stallone in the title role. “After lengthy negotiations, Fox has closed a development deal for Rambo: New Blood,” they reveal. ‘Rambo’ fans have been waiting for the fifth movie for a long time, with numerous projects reportedly coming and going.
Sylvester Stallone might not be quite done playing iconic Vietnam veteran John Rambo yet - but when he does finally throw in the red headband for good, he has some thoughts on who should pick it up.
It appears that details of John Rambo’s next perilous mission might have been exaggerated… or, more accurately, made up entirely. The only minor issue here is that he wasn’t actually at Comic-Con. In a statement to Rolling Stone, a rep said: “Sylvester Stallone did not attend Comic-Con 2015, and consequently there was no official remark from him regarding Rambo made there at the event.