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Rambo Is Getting a 4K Ultra HD Release Ahead of Last Blood

Rambo arrives on 4K Ultra HD&#8482 Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray&#8482 and Digital) and Digital 4K Ultra HD September 3 from Lionsgate. Just in time for Stallone's reprisal of the role in Rambo: Last Blood (in theaters September 20), re-relive the fourth movie in the franchise set 26 years after Rambo made his big screen debut in First Blood. Written and directed by Sylvester Stallone, the film also stars Julie Benz, Matthew Marsden, and Graham McTavish. Experience four times the resolution of full HD with the 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, which includes Dolby Vision&#174, bringing entertainment to life through ultra-vivid picture quality.

Available for the very first time in this absolutely stunning format, the Rambo 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack will include both the theatrical cut and unrated extended cut and will be available for the suggested retail price of $22.99.

Rambo 4K Ultra HD Special Features&#8226 Audio Commentary with Sylvester Stallone (Theatrical Cut
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1989 Stallone Classic Lock Up Comes to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray This Fall

1989 Stallone Classic Lock Up Comes to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray This Fall
It's time for another 80s action movie classic to make it's way to glorious 4K. And this time we're getting Sylvester Stallone's Lock Up (1989), which is available for the very first time in this absolutely stunning format.

Behind bars, all bets are off when Lock Up arrives on 4K Ultra HD&#8482 Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray&#8482 and Digital) and Digital 4K Ultra HD September 10 from Lionsgate. Just in time for Academy Award&#174 nominee Sylvester Stallone's return to the big screen for the final time as his most legendary character in Rambo: Last Blood (in theaters September 20), Lock Up stars the action superstar himself as a down-on-his-luck convict who can't seem to escape the wrath of Warden Drumgoole (Donald Sutherland). Experience four times the resolution of full HD with the 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, which includes Dolby Vision&#174, bringing entertainment to life through ultra-vivid picture quality. When compared to a standard picture,
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If Last Blood Proves Successful, Rambo to see a sixth movie

Although it's being cited as the last leg of the Rambo series, Sylvester Stallone is happy to return as the iconic John Rambo in a Rambo 6 if the fans like Rambo V: Last Blood, the latest entry in the long-running franchise. During an interview at the Cannes Film Festival, discussing the possibility of Rambo 6, Stallone said, ?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.?

The latest installment in the sprawling Rambo saga finds the robust John Rambo, coping with intense Ptsd, trying to pick up casual work wherever he can. When his friend and estate manager tells him that her granddaughter went missing after traveling into Mexico for a party, Rambo then embarks on a journey to find the girl.
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Movie Review – Escape Plan 3 (2019)

Escape Plan 3, 2019.

Directed by John Herzfeld.

Starring Sylvester Stallone, Dave Bautista, Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson, Jin Zhang, Harry Shum Jr., Jaime King, and Devon Sawa.

Synopsis:

Security expert Ray Breslin and his cohorts have to break into a prison to rescue a billionaire’s daughter from the clutches of a former colleague’s son out for revenge.

Okay, you knew this was coming, don’t pretend you didn’t. You watched 2013s Escape Plan because it brought together iconic action stars Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger in a co-headliner that was a fun blast of exaggerated violence that harked back to their glory days (despite being tinged with sadness that it wasn’t made 25 years ago while both actors were still huge box office draws). Escape Plan 2 arrived to little fanfare last year and things weren’t good – Schwarzenegger did not return and was ‘replaced’ by an underused Dave Bautista
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Venice: Sylvester Stallone & ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ Poised To Light Up The Lido?

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Venice: Sylvester Stallone & ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ Poised To Light Up The Lido?
Exclusive: Things are heating up in regards to the Venice Film Festival after we exclusively reported yesterday that Warner BrosJoker is eyeing the awards season launchpad. Now comes word that Sylvester Stallone could light up the Lido with Rambo: Last Blood, which is due to get a September 20 release stateside via Lionsgate and an Italian release soon after. Nothing has been set, but buzz is building about a potential special screening. Sly has previous history with the festival having received its Jaeger-LeCoultre Glory to the Filmmaker Award in 2009 and also being on hand for the official screening of Cop Land back in 1997. Stallone was feted at Cannes this year where he showed a rapt audience first footage of the fourth installment in the money-spinning Rambo franchise. This go-around Sly’s John Rambo pits his wits against a Mexican Cartel. Adrian Grunberg (Get The Gringo) directs the well-sold Millennium movie
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Penny Dreadful spin-off City of Angels adds Michael Gladis, Lorenza Izzo, Ethan Peck and more

As Showtime prepares its Penny Dreadful sequel spin-off City of Angels, the show has just cast six actors to the series in various lead and recurring roles. Michael Gladis (Mad Men) and Lorenza Izzo (Once Upon A Time in Hollywood) have joined in series regular roles while Ethan Peck (Star Trek: Discovery), Thomas Kretschmann (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Adam Rodriguez (CSI: Miami) and Dominic Sherwood (Shadowhunters) will play recurring roles.

The six new actors join Daniel Zovatto (Don’t Breathe), Natalie Dormer (Game of Thrones), Nathan Lane (Modern Family), Johnathan Nieves (Better Call Saul), Jessica Garza (The Purge), Rory Kinnear (Penny Dreadful), Kerry Bishé (Halt and Catch Fire) Adriana Barraza (Rambo: Last Blood), Amy Madigan (The Hunt), Brent Spiner (Star Trek: The Next Generation) and Lin Shaye (Insidious) in the series. Character descriptions are as below:

Gladis will play Councilman Charlton Townsend, “the ambitious head of the L.A. City
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Sequel Bits: ‘Alita’, ‘Rambo’, ‘Shaft’, ‘Harry Potter’, ‘Bond’, ‘The Descendants’, ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘The Many Saints of Newark’

Sequel Bits: ‘Alita’, ‘Rambo’, ‘Shaft’, ‘Harry Potter’, ‘Bond’, ‘The Descendants’, ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘The Many Saints of Newark’
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Robert Rodriguez would be interested in directing an Alita sequel. Rambo: Last Blood might not take the “last” part of its title literally. Shaft director Tim Story wants to make another Shaft movie, presumably just called Shaft again. Shocking! Two Harry Potter actors who don’t have very big careers now would like to […]

The post Sequel Bits: ‘Alita’, ‘Rambo’, ‘Shaft’, ‘Harry Potter’, ‘Bond’, ‘The Descendants’, ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ appeared first on /Film.
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Ranking Sylvester Stallone's 10 Toughest Characters By How Much Ass They Kick

Sylvester Stallone is an icon of the action movie genre. His acting style and intimidating physique make him the perfect leading man for the kind of shoot-em-up, fist-fighting adventures that the genre thrives on. He has also helped create some of the most popular and long-lasting characters in action movies, many of which he has revisited again and again. Just recently we've seen the latest trailers for Rambo: Last Blood and Escape Plan: The Extractors.

Related: Escape Plan: The Extractors Red Band Trailer Reunites Stallone & Bautista

With so many impressive badasses on his resume, it's hard to determine which comes out on top. Some have tallied up massive body counts, while others have shown more subtle bravery. Here are the toughest Sylvester Stallone characters that kick the most ass on film.
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Sylvester Stallone is open to a sixth Rambo movie

Although its being billed as his last outing in the long-running action franchise, Sylvester Stallone has revealed that he’s open to strapping on the headband and reprising the role of John J. Rambo should the upcoming Rambo: Last Blood prove a hit with fans.

“Let me just say something about the ‘last’ of anything,” said Stallone during a recent Q&a (via Joblo). “I thought Rocky III 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.”

Rambo: Last Blood will see the former Green Beret pulled out his peaceful retirement as a horse rancher as he ventures across the U.S.-Mexican border to rescue his friend’s kidnapped daughter, only to find himself up against the full might of one of Mexico’s most ruthless drug cartels.

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Summer hopefuls line up as dismal ‘Men In Black: International’ box office fuels talk of franchise fatigue (update)

Summer hopefuls line up as dismal ‘Men In Black: International’ box office fuels talk of franchise fatigue (update)
Samuel Jackson in Shaft also slips up, but summer is long and packed with potential hits.

The dismal $28.5m estimated North American box office debut by Men In Black: International came as little surprise given generally poor reviews and tepid advance word, adding fuel to early summer talk of franchise fatigue.

However the season is long and the release schedule is packed with potential hits.

The Sony Pictures spin-off stars Chris Hemsworth and his Thor: Ragnarok co-star Tessa Thompson and scored the lowest opening weekend of the four-film franchise, the first three of which were headlined by Will Smith and
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Summer hopefuls line up as dismal 'Men In Black: International' box office fuels talk of franchise fatigue

Summer hopefuls line up as dismal 'Men In Black: International' box office fuels talk of franchise fatigue
Samuel Jackson in Shaft also slips up, but summer is long and packed with potential hits.

The dismal $28.5m estimated North American box office debut by Men In Black: International came as little surprise given generally poor reviews and tepid advance word, adding fuel to early summer talk of franchise fatigue.

However the season is long and the release schedule is packed with potential hits.

The Sony Pictures spin-off stars Chris Hemsworth and his Thor: Ragnarok co-star Tessa Thompson and scored the lowest opening weekend of the four-film franchise, the first three of which were headlined by Will Smith and
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Dismal ‘Men In Black: International’ at North American box office fuels premature early talk of summer franchise fatigue

Dismal ‘Men In Black: International’ at North American box office fuels premature early talk of summer franchise fatigue
Samuel Jackson in Shaft also slips up, but summer is long and packed with potential hits.

The dismal $28.5m estimated North American box office debut by Men In Black: International came as little surprise given generally poor reviews and tepid advance word, adding fuel to possibly premature early summer talk of franchise fatigue.

However the season is long and the release schedule is packed with potential hits.

The Sony Pictures spin-off stars Chris Hemsworth and his Thor: Ragnarok co-star Tessa Thompson and scored the lowest opening weekend of the four-film franchise, the first three of which were headlined by Will Smith
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‘Men In Black: International’ at North American box office fuels premature early talk of summer franchise fatigue

‘Men In Black: International’ at North American box office fuels premature early talk of summer franchise fatigue
Samuel Jackson in Shaft also slips up, but summer is long and packed with potential hits.

The dismal $28.5m estimated North American box office debut by Men In Black: International came as little surprise given generally poor reviews and tepid advance word, adding fuel to possibly premature early summer talk of franchise fatigue.

However the summer is long and the release schedule is packed with potential hits.

The Sony Pictures spin-off stars Chris Hemsworth and his Thor: Ragnarok co-star Tessa Thompson and scored the lowest opening weekend of the four-film franchise, the first three of which were headlined by Will Smith
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Rambo 6 May Happen If Last Blood Is a Hit Says Stallone

Rambo 6 May Happen If Last Blood Is a Hit Says Stallone
This September we will finally see the return of Sylvester Stallone as John Rambo in Get the Gringo director Adrian Grunberg's Rambo: Last Blood. And based on the recently released teaser trailer, this new entry looks to be brutal and bloody as hell, which is just how us fans like our Rambo. But that said, and as the title suggests, I'm wondering if this "Last Blood" will really be, you know, the final Rambo movie we see hit the big screen in the franchise? Well, it seems that the answer is a big old, "No." At least if Stallone has anything to say about it. The actor was recently out and about talking up the newest Rambo film and let us all know that if it works, he'll just keep going.

Specifically, Sylvester Stallone said this about possibly returning to the role of John Rambo in Rambo 6: The
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Rambo Battles the Firefly Family in Brilliant 3 From Hell Mashup

Rambo: Last Blood and Rob Zombie’s 3 From Hell are both expected to hit theaters this September. But what if they were both the same movie? Dread Family member Mike Sprague just produced a hilarious and brilliant mashup for the folks at Arrow in the Head. Give the faux trailer for Rambo From Hell a […] The post Rambo Battles the Firefly Family in Brilliant 3 From Hell Mashup appeared first on Dread Central.
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Rambo Vs. the Devil's Rejects in 3 from Hell Trailer Mashup That Draws Last Blood

Rambo Vs. the Devil's Rejects in 3 from Hell Trailer Mashup That Draws Last Blood
It was just a few days ago that we shared a killer trailer mash-up Rambo vs. Godzilla, which did the fantastic job of throwing Sylvester Stallone's John Rambo into the ring to battle against the mighty king of the monsters himself, Godzilla (among others). And today we have another fan-made trailer mash-up dubbed Rambo From Hell for you to check out. This time the action places Rambo from the upcoming Rambo: Last Blood and the remaining members of The Firefly Family from Rob Zombie's 3 From Hell against one another. Being that both movies look to be brutal and bloody tales of rampaging revenge - and both take place in the blazing sun of what we can assume is Texas - the two trailers cut together pretty damn well if I do say so myself.

But don't take my word for it, check out the Rambo: Last Blood and
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‘Escape Plan 3’ Red Band Trailer: Things Get Bloody In Stallone’s Other, Other, Other Franchise With The Help Of Dave Bautista

As fans of ‘80s and ‘90s muscle-bound action flicks brace themselves for the upcoming “Rambo: Last Blood,” they can temporarily find satisfaction with the latest film in another Sylvester Stallone franchise. No, not ‘Rocky.’ Nope, not ‘The Expendables.’ We’re talking the relatively recent ‘Escape Plan’ series.

As seen in the trailer for “The Escape Plan: The Extractors,” Stallone is teaming up with the latest, greatest action star Dave Bautista to bring ‘90s-style bloodsoaked action to audiences in 2019.

Continue reading ‘Escape Plan 3’ Red Band Trailer: Things Get Bloody In Stallone’s Other, Other, Other Franchise With The Help Of Dave Bautista at The Playlist.
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Rambo Hunts Godzilla in Wild Fan-Made Mashup Trailer

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Rambo Hunts Godzilla in Wild Fan-Made Mashup Trailer
Sylvester Stallone's John Rambo is one of the most iconic characters in cinematic history. Now, a new mashup trailer has brought Rambo up against his most terrifying opponent yet, who just happens to be Godzilla. Over the weekend, Stallone was magically transported into the role of the T-800 in Terminator 2: Judgment Day with the use of the DeepFake technology and the actor really enjoyed the results. Stallone has yet to comment on his latest mashup, but one can only assume he'll love this one too.

The Rambo and Godzilla mashup trailer is made up from a ton of footage from different movies and it fits together rather seamlessly. There's scenes from the upcoming Rambo 5: Last Blood, which has been given a Home Alone mashup too, paired with a lot of footage from the recently released Godzilla: King of the Monsters. The Expendables, King Kong, dialogue from the first Creed movie,
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10 Fun Facts About The Rambo Franchise Leading Into 'Last Blood'

The Rambo Franchise has been going strong for 37 years but it appears to finally be coming to an end this September with the release of Rambo: Last Blood. It's been a fascinating journey, which began as a statement on the lingering horrors of war and the mistreatment of veterans but evolved into something almost antithetical to that message, with each ensuing movie having a pro-war, more jingoistic tone than the first one.

Related: Rambo: Last Blood Trailer & Poster Tease Stallone's Final Mission

It's been a roller coaster ride for the Rambo franchise and its journey from inception to the present day is almost as exciting as the stories that we've seen on screen. Here are a few fun facts about the franchise that you may not have been aware of going in.
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Stallone Becomes the T-800 in Terminator 2 DeepFake Video & Sly Loves It

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Stallone Becomes the T-800 in Terminator 2 DeepFake Video & Sly Loves It
Sylvester Stallone shared the latest Terminator 2: Judgment Day Deepfake video with himself as the star. The Deepfake technology is rapidly getting better and better, which is why seeing Stallone in Arnold Schwarzenegger's iconic T-800 role is so creepy. However, it isn't without precedent. In 1993's The Action Hero, the Terminator sequel is advertised with Stallone in the lead role at a video store and, fittingly, that's how the full-length Deepfake video begins.

The Deepfake Terminator 2: Judgment Day video with Sylvester Stallone is pretty impressive. There's hardly any lag or evidence to suggest it's fake and it legitimately looks like Stallone starred in the 1991 movie in another dimension or on another planet. Stallone captioned the video by saying, "This is what a Terminator would look like if he was built from spaghetti and pizza!" All jokes aside, the video will more than likely haunt the dreams of some viewers,
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