‘Rambo: Last Blood’ Will Be Spilled In September Via Lionsgate

But he committed to it about 10 months later. Stallone had said in July 2017 that we would not be associated with the next Rambo pic, instead focusing then on the Creed sequel.
The fifth installment of the saga about the vengeance-seeking Vietnam vet — which, like Stallone's past two Expendables films, was lensed in Bulgaria — follows First Blood (1982), Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985), Rambo III (1988) and Rambo (2008).” />
Rambo: Last Blood will mix it up on opening weekend with Sony/Screen Gems' Naomie Harris-Frank Grillo actioner Black and Blue and Focus Features' TV adaptation Downton Abbey, which is opening in limited release.
Lionsgate said today that the 37-year-old franchise will back on September 20 with the release of Rambo: Last Blood, starring Sylvester Stallone and Paz Vega. John Rambo is coming back, and this time — as usual — it's personal.
Sergio Peris-Mencheta plays the likely ill-fated bad guy, and Yvette Monreal also stars in the film directed by Adrian Goldberg from a screenplay by Stallone and Matthew Cirulnick. Your logline for the series' fifth and final chapter: When the daughter of one of his friends is kidnapped, Rambo (Stallone) — who has been working on a ranch — crosses the U.S.-Mexico border and quickly finds himself up against the full might of one of Mexico’s most violent cartels.

Sylvester Stallone’s ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ Adds Oscar Jaenada

The franchise is based on characters created by David Morrell and a story by Stallone, who also wrote the screenplay for Rambo 5 with Matt Cirulnick. Kevin King Templeton and Les Weldon are producing with Avi Lerner, Trevor Short, and Boaz Davidson serving as exec producers.
Jaenada also joins Paz Vega, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Adriana Barraza, Yvette Monreal and Joaquin Cosio.
Spanish actor Oscar Jaenada, who has been in such films as The Shallows, Hands of Stone and Snatched, will co-star in the next Rambo installment, Rambo: Last Blood, which has Sylvester Stallone returning as Vietnam veteran John Rambo. Directed by Adrian Grunberg, the pic is currently in production in Bulgaria. Lionsgate is releasing the pic in the U.S. and the UK.
Logline: When his housekeeper's daughter is kidnapped, Rambo crosses the U.S.-Mexican border to bring her home but finds himself up against the full might of one of Mexico’s most ruthless cartels.
He is repped by Paradigm, manager Will Douglas and attorney Raquel Nieves.” />
Jaenada's upcoming slate includes The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, directed by Terry Gilliam, Lionsgate's Doug Liman-directed Chaos Walking film, and the Spanish film, Oro from director Agustin Diaz Yanes.