Rambo: Last Blood, Sylvester Stallone‘s (allegedly) last outing as his iconic one-man army character, hits digital today. To coincide with the release, we’re debuting an exclusive Rambo: Last Blood clip highlighting the movie’s score, which comes from composer Brian Tyler, and incorporates elements of Jerry Goldsmith’s music from the first three Rambo movies. Watch the exclusive clip below.
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If you’re excited for Sylvester Stallone‘s farewell to his second most famous character in Rambo: Last Blood, then maybe you’re keen on revisiting the entire film franchise in one day. Thankfully, Alamo Drafthouse has you covered at locations across the country with a Rambo marathon that begins with First Blood from 1982 and running right through a screening of Rambo: Last Blood. Find out all the locations playing the Rambo marathon below. Read More »
Sylvester Stallone never wanted the fight that was brought to him as veteran John Rambo in the 1982 film First Blood. But when it comes to Rambo: Last Blood, he’s out for vengeance, and he has no problem finishing a fight that he once again didn’t start, especially when a surrogate family member gets taken by some dangerous men.
A new Rambo: Last Blood trailer has arrived, and it calls back to that first incident in the small town Hope, Washington (as well as the other sequels). We see footage from the first movie cross cut with what appears to be Rambo’s last mission. Will he survive this last face-off, or will he get a send-off in the same way that Wolverine did in Logan? Read More »
In this edition of Sequel Bits:
- Keanu Reeves was almost in Hobbs & Shaw
- Check out a Maleficent: Mistress of Evil TV spot and poster
- See a photo from the start of production on Ghostbusters 2020
- Sylvester Stallone looks leathery in a Rambo: Last Blood poster
- All that and more
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Posted on Thursday, February 28th, 2019 by Jacob Hall
John Rambo has spent the better part of four decades battling his inner demons and shooting bad guys in the face. And soon, he’ll embark on his final mission. Lionsgate has officially set a 2019 release date for Rambo: Last Blood, which looks to end the iconic action series and, in one way or another, allow Sylvester Stallone‘s most famous character not named Rocky Balboa to ride into the sunset.
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Posted on Wednesday, December 31st, 2014 by Angie Han
Sylvester Stallone is currently over in Philly getting started on the Rocky spin-off Creed, and once that’s done he’s looking to revisit another of his iconic characters. The actor and screenwriter has confirmed he is working on Rambo: Last Blood (or is it Last Blood: Rambo?). In fact, it’ll move forward before his mob drama Scarpa does. More details on the Sylvester Stallone Rambo Last Blood update after the jump. Read More »