Sylvester Stallone Discusses His ‘Rambo 5’ Plans & Retiring John Rambo
“I enjoy the whole Mexican scenario, what’s happening down there. So I’m working on a formula for it right now.”
Over the span of this past two years, Sylvester Stallone has shifted his position against being”99% sure” which Rambo 5 isn’t likely to happen and expressing interest in directing a First Blood prequel, to this past year’s statement about a potential fifth Rambo flick (sub-titled Last Stand) and saying that he’s currently”dying” to produce one more chapter at the Vietnam Vet’s violent saga.
Rambo 5 last stand still residing
On his previously-mentioned strategies for Rambo to battle Mexican crime gangs from the movie:
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Rocky Balboa (a.k.a. Rocky VI) certainly has a lot more than its fair share of steadfast defenders, who believe it served as a proper swan song compared to this Stallone-headed franchise. Sly’s want to do like wise for the Rambo series must be received by many people being a rewarding undertaking.
What would you believe of Stallone’s plans for retiring the John Rambo personality?
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Stallone’s loyal fan base won’t start deteriorating anytime soon, thanks to his impending record of”throw back” starring vehicles including, the Expendables sequel, the Walter Hill-directed Bullet into the pinnacle, along with The Tomb, costarring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Ergo, there should be a demand to watch Stallone lay his second-most famous cinematic alter ego to break, in the manner he is going with Rambo 5.
By Stallone’s explanation, it seems though Rambo 5 could”retire” that the John Rambo character, at a manner very similar to how 2006’s Rocky Balboa served as a thematic conclusion to the cinematic life of… well, Rocky Ralboa. Nevertheless, the prior would also function as a literal finishing chapter into the presence of Stallone’s famous, callous, war vet persona – judging by Sly’s”moving out in a blaze of glory” comment.
“I understand there is [still another narrative to inform ]. It’s one thing where you put down the final culmination of one’s life where you can pronounce it, but also act on it where [Rambo] understands what his fate really is. It’s not to be described as a farmer, but it’s not to be vague; it’s to really go out in a blaze of glory in a heroic fashion. But is he really doing it to get himself or is he’s doing it because that is only his identification? That is who he is.”
This is what Stallone said concerning the past (for real now ) narrative he needs to inform about John Rambo, through MTV