Sylvester Stallone Reveals Rambo’s ‘Man Cave’ in New ‘Rambo 5’ Photo

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Sylvester Stallone is ready to step back into the shoes of his iconic character John Rambo. Stallone is hard at work on the fifth installment of the franchise, Rambo 5: Last Blood, and he’s been sharing looks from the set as the movie begins filming.

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In the new installment of the series, Rambo is working on a ranch when he’s brought back into action to help save the daughter of a friend who has been kidnapped by “one of Mexico’s most violent cartels,” according to Deadline. Actress Paz Vega just joined the film as the main star alongside Rambo, and her character will be the half-sister who is kidnapped.



After debuting Rambo’s new cowboy look for the film—including one of him riding a horse and looking badass—Stallone shared a new photo of his character, this time surrounded by some guns in what he calls Rambo’s “man cave.”

Here’s a look at the photo:


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Stallone previously played Rambo four times in First Blood (1982), Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985), Rambo III (1988), and Rambo (2008). With a title like Last Blood, it’s likely that this will be the last ride for Stallone as Rambo, but people also thought that after the 2008 installment.

Sylvester Stallone walks through a trench with Richard Crenna in a scene from the film 'Rambo III', 1988. (Photo by TriStar/Getty Images)
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Stallone isn’t just revisiting his classic Rambo character coming up. Stallone will be seen in Creed II, where he’s reprising his role as Rocky Balboa alongside Michael B. Jordan’s Adonis Creed. In that film, Rocky will go face-to-face with one of his biggest foes, Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago, as Creed takes on Drago’s son Viktor, who is played by Muscle & Fitness cover star and pro boxer Florian Munteanu.

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Stallone also might be back for a fourth installment of the Expendables sometime in the near future, although it’s not official yet if his buddies Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Statham, and Terry Crews will return as well.

Rambo 5: Last Blood doesn’t yet have a release date, but could be out in 2019.

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