Rambo: Last Blood marks the last chapter of the legendary series.72-year-old Sylvester Stallone returns as the ageing action hero. Sylvester Stallone is gearing up for yet another outing in Rambo V as military hero John Rambo – 37 years after the release of Rambo: First Blood.
Sylvester Stallone – who will be 73 when the film hits cinemas later this year – has written the fifth installment with Matt Cirulnick (Stallone has had a hand in every script in the series). It will see the ageing action hero head to Mexico to track down a young girl who was kidnapped, before becoming entwined in a battle with a drug cartel.
About Rambo: Last Blood aka Rambo V
Stallone will strap on his bullet sling once again as John Rambo – and he appears to be the only returning character from the previous films in the franchise.
He is joined this time around by Paz Vega, who will play Carmen Delgado, a reporter covering the drug trade in Mexico, whose sister gets kidnapped. Adrian Berraza will play Maria Beltran, a sister figure to Rambo who has worked on Rambo’s father’s farm her whole life.
Rambo: Last Blood will be released on Friday 20th September 2019 in the UK and the US
Yvette Monreal will play Gabrielle, a young girl kidnapped by a drug cartel. And Sergio Perris-Menchata will play Hugo Martinez, the leader of the drug cartel.
The film begins with Rambo coping with intense PTSD while living on his father’s ranch in Arizona. He is thrust into action when his estate manager Maria informs him that her granddaughter is missing, after crossing into Mexico for a party. He travels south of the border to find her and winds up uncovering a sex-trafficking ring linked to a drug cartel. Rambo being Rambo, he makes it his mission to take them down.