Sylvester Stallone Says 'Rambo: Last Blood' to Shoot After 'Creed'

December 31, 2014


This past summer, we learned that Sylvester Stallone may be returning to one of his iconic characters as John Rambo in what would be the fifth installment in the action franchise. Now that's been confirmed as Stallone took to Twitter to mention that he's heading to Philadelphia to start shooting the Rocky spin-off Creed, in which he'll star with Michael B. Jordan. And then afterwards, he mentioned that he has a gangster movie coming up called Scarpa, based on real-life mobster Greg Scarpa, but before that he'll shoot Rambo: Last Blood. So yes, that's the real title of what will likely end Stallone's run of this character. Read on!

Here are the posts from Sylvester Stallone on Twitter about what he's up to now:

Last we heard, Splendid Films described the next Rambo film, "With Rambo V, Sylvester Stallone returns in his iconic role. This time he goes up against a Mexican cartel. Stallone describes the new Rambo as his version of No Country for Old Men.” It's not clear the work that Sean Hood was hired to do on a fifth Rambo movie is involved with this iteration of the movie, but that script was said to be "more in line with the small-town thriller of First Blood,” so it's not out of the realm of possibility. It sounds like production might still be a little ways off, but Rambo: Last Blood is definitely on the way.

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Reader Feedback - 6 Comments


Haha!! Say it ain't so, Sly!

TheOct8pus on Dec 31, 2014


At the end of this one, Col. Trautman wakes up in bed with Suzanne Pleshette and realizes that it's all been a dream. John Rambo died at the end of the first movie, like he did in the book.

Jedi on Dec 31, 2014


Damn, I was hoping for Over the Top sequel.

mooreworthy on Dec 31, 2014


Dem tweets iz intelligent.

DAVIDPD on Jan 1, 2015


They're par for the course. Case in point: "Such a nice surprise of Anderson." "I think it will be a interesting thing when the cinematography of CGI-heavy films gets real recognition." "Little bit for the face."

txJM on Jan 1, 2015


I do suppose some leniency for phone typing should be given. Thanks for keeping me on my toes.

DAVIDPD on Jan 1, 2015

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