Well here’s some unexpected news and it comes from the man himself so you can take it to the bank. With all the hoopla over Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo: Last Blood being his swan song for the character, a new interview the star conducted at Cannes points to the fact that Sly would be Dien for another mission if this latest film proves successful enough.

In the interview at the 1 hour 11 minute mark, Stallone basically says never say never, “Let me just say something about the ‘last’ of anything. I thought Rocky 3 was the last, you know. So I don’t know anything. If it works I’ll just keep going, you know, because I enjoy it so much.” 

Now when it comes to these films, Stallone has backtracked many times in the past and he even at one time said thsat he was done with Rambo before eventually doing this latest installment. Stallone has notoriously gone back and forth with Expendables 4 but that is another story for another time. 

This also makes it interesting for what happens to Rambo in the new movie. If Stallone says he would be down for a sixth film, then he probably does survive this one. If there is another Rambo inbstallment, will it be called Rambo: No Seriously this is the Last Blood? Just a thought. 

 

Official Synopsis: The latest chapter in the sprawling Rambo saga finds the eponymous John Rambo, played again by Sylvester Stallone, coping with intense PTSD while living on a ranch in Arizona, trying to pick up casual work wherever he can. Soon his friend and estate manager Maria informs him that her granddaughter went missing after crossing into Mexico for a party, so John travels south of the border to find the youngster. The quest quickly turns into a violent descent into hell as Rambo uncovers a sex-trafficking ring, teaming up with a journalist whose half-sister has also been kidnapped. Rambo has to deploy all his skills to save the girls and bring down a vicious crime lord.

For the full interview with Stallone from Cannes, check out the video below!

 

Rambo: Last Blood hits theaters on September 20th!

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