After Rambo: Last Blood (2019), we thought it would be the last installment of the ex-combatant, but it seems that Sylvester Stallone wants more.
Last fall Sylvester Stallone returned as Rambo to the big screen in what was supposed to be the final movie in the franchise. However, fans may not have seen the latest from the iconic action character, at least it's what the veteran actor just hinted at on social media.
Sylvester Stallone recently shared in Instagram a post to encourage fans to see the extended cut of Rambo: Last Blood and he even insinuated that Rambo 6 it could become real.
"See the real journey:" Just don't turn it off! “Make it number 1 this weekend! (Could be back) Much respect, Sly, ”wrote actor Sylvester Stallone.
A sixth installment of the saga, it is certainly an exciting idea.
But the problem is that Rambo: Last Blood had a bad relationship with critics and a bad box office, since it only grossed $ 91 million, having cost $ 50 million. Even the character's creation, David Morrell Morrellwho wrote the novel First blood In 1972, he turned to Twitter after the film's theatrical release to say he was embarrassed to be associated with Last Blood, calling it a "disaster" and saying he agreed with criticism of the film. Still Sylvester Stallone doesn't give up.
Despite all the negativity, Rambo: Last Blood got a surprising extended cut, with an additional 12 minutes added to the film, including an alternate opening sequence that sheds some light on what Rambo has been up to for the decade between 2008 Last Blood and Rambo events. As for Rambo 6, there has been no official announcement of a sixth installment, although Sylvester Stallone has been an advocate for the saga overall, so anything is possible.
Rambo: Last Blood It is directed by Adrian Grunberg and stars Sylvester Stallone, along with Paz Vega, Yvette Monreal, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Joaquín Cosio, Adriana Barraza, Louis Mandylor and Óscar Jaenada.
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