Sylvester Stallone’s ‘Rambo 5’ Begins Filming

Sylvester Stallone seems to be gearing up for his next film, Rambo 5.

The actor posted on Instagram saying that the film will be starting soon and he’s really excited about it. Stallone posted a still from 2008’s Rambo. “The world may be changing but not him. Nothing is over,” the post read.

The filming will commence sometime this month and will be produced by Expendables’ Avi Lerner. The film will be shot at the Canary Islands.

The film is being directed by Get The Gringo’s Adrian Grunberg and will hopefully be the last entry to the long-running franchise that started with 1982’s First Blood. Stallone will take on the Mexican cartel this time along with a very dangerous crime lord.

The film will feature Rambo as a retired man, living a humble life as a ranch worker in Arizona. However, things get changed once his granddaughter goes missing. While tracking her down, Stallone finds out a notorious Mexican sex trafficking ring.

The last Rambo film came out in 2008 and the film was directed and scripted by Stallone himself. Stallone is also set to star alongside Adam Driver (Star Wars) in Tough As They Come. The news of another Expendables film is also circulating only if Stallone agrees but there hasn’t been any official confirmation to this.

Rambo will explode into theaters in late 2019.

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