They confirm Rambo's final destination

Rambo: Last Blood has an ambiguous ending, but the Blu-ray extras clarify the intent of the ending scene for Sylvester Stallone's character.

Most actors are fortunate to have a defining character in their career, but Sylvester Stallone has so much to Rocky like Rambo. Rocky became an instant classic in 1976 and the actor has played the boxer in several sequels and spinoffs. He has allegedly dropped out of the saga with Creed II.

Something similar has happened with Rambo, who after 4 installments seems to have released a fifth twilight story so that they could give it their all and leave the character. But its ambiguous ending leaves the door to a new movie. After taking revenge on a Mexican cartel, a seriously injured Rambo sits on the porch of his house. Now the Blu-ray extras clarify their fate a bit.

The Blu-ray comes with the feature film “Drawing Last Blood: Multipart Production Diary”, which is divided into five chapters.

The final part "Nothing Is Over" is about the character's arc, but the character itself Sylvester Stallone he's quick to note that the final scene is open by design and Rambo isn't going to die. In the last shot of the film, Rambo gets on his horse and rides into the distance, simulating the ending of the classic Western. This image might look like the character that is going to die or even his dying thoughts, but that is not the case.

While Rambo: Last Blood It was billed as the final film and Sylvester Stallone himself claims that he cannot imagine himself with a more emotional ending story, the star has a history of returning for sequels that he claimed he would never do. Even while promoting Last Blood, He said it would be open to another movie and even hinted that it might take place on an Indian reservation after the events of the fifth movie.

In short, the Blu-ray extras from Rambo: Last Blood make it clear that if the ending could be seen as the character's imminent death, in reality, they were leaving the door open for their possible return. | Cinema, comics and series