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    Rambo: Third Blood, Part Eight!

    Wednesday September 2, 09:42 AM Rambo heading back to the big screen

    By Bang! Showbiz Sylvester Stallone is to star in another 'Rambo' movie. The 63-year-old actor is set to reprise his role as Vietnam veteran John Rambo for the fifth time next year in a film which will see his character battling drug and people traffickers on the US-Mexico border.
    'Rambo', which was released in 2008, had initially been billed as the final instalment in the series. ADVERTISEMENT


    A source said: "The character obviously fascinates Sylvester and he feels there's more life in him yet.
    "This time Rambo will be taking on drug lords and human traffickers after the kidnap of a young girl. Like all the previous films it's bound to be very violent but the character always had big box-office appeal."
    Although the actor - who first played John Rambo in 1982's 'First Blood' - is keen to begin production on the movie, he first faces a battle to get in shape.
    The source added: "Sylvester really had to push himself to get in shape for the last film and knows he'll have to do that again for the next movie. It doesn't get any easier, the older he gets."
    Do those steroids stop working when you get older?

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    coool!

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    I think an eight year old comes up with his story lines.

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    I've got to admit that I like Rambo movies.

    But like you said, storylines aren't much different between movies. Not long ago I d/l all the Rambos and watched them on consecutive weekends. Common theme: Enemy base to infiltrate, people to rescue (except 1st movie), some arse to kick at the end.

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    Yeah, I like to watch them too but they are kind of mindless. I like Rambo's robot killer mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    I've got to admit that I like Rambo movies.

    But like you said, storylines aren't much different between movies. Not long ago I d/l all the Rambos and watched them on consecutive weekends. Common theme: Enemy base to infiltrate, people to rescue (except 1st movie), some arse to kick at the end.
    1st one was the best, the ones in between kinda sucked and the last one was good. Maybe because it was filmed here.

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