Sylvester Stallone returned Rambo to the big screen last year, decisively titled Rambo, Last Blood. While many had assumed (this would be the case by saying thanks from Stallone) that Rambo: Last Blood would live up to its title and be the final outlet for the tortured veteran, Stallone now turned to social media to mock he. They have taken. This may not be the case, after all. We can see John Rambo coming back to Rambo 6.
How successful the character is before making the announcement. Critically, Stallone’s return as Rambo has been far less successful than the return of his second film icon, boxing hero Rocky Balbo, who was certainly not only brought back to fulfill his franchise. It was, but also triumphantly won, the critically acclaimed cult starring Michael B. Jordan.
Rambo: Last Blood received negative reviews at the time of its release:
With reviews of the script, graphic violence, and accusations of racist and xenophobic attitudes toward Mexico. The film grossed $ 91 million worldwide against a production budget of $ 50 million, with print and advertising costing around $ 30 million, which at the time was not called a flop, which was undoubtedly a stud/For It was a disappointing return—Rambo vehicle.
Given the significant and financial disappointments, it’s no wonder Stallone is considering bringing back another character to send Rambo to the big screen.
It was shared from the actors Instagram account:
In an interview with our own JimmyO last year, Stallone stated that the only place where Rambo could find refuge after the RAMBO: LAST BLOOD events would be an Indian reservation. If RAMBO’s Extended Cuts: LAST BLOOD proves to be a great success, then it is possible that Rambo can make a very good comeback, and speaking of the extended cuts, Sylvester Stallone said he was the director of the director for RUTY also working on the IV cut, who teases him “it would be awesome!”
The cast of the Rambo: Last Blood:
- Paz Vega
- Ceres Peris-Marchetta
- Adriana Barraza
- Yvette Monreal
- Jinnie Kim
with the script directed by Adrian Granberg, written by Matthew Sirulnik and Sylvester Stallone. Joaquín Cosio and Oscar Grenada. Rambo’s Extended Cut: Last Blood, which launched on Amazon Prime Video in May, finally hit Apple TV earlier this week.