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The latest information on the “Rambo” series starring Sylvester Stallone and Nicolas Cage is that one of those in the ensemble cast may have just been killed by the CIA
Cinemax is moving forward with “Rambo: First Blood Part 2,” with Sylvester Stallone in the sequel to “Rambo: First Blood Part 1.”
Cage will reprise his role of Rambo, while Stallone will once again be playing General John Rambo, the leader of the elite Counter-Terrorism Unit (CTU) that hunts down terrorists and terrorists.
In “Rambo: First Blood Part 1,” Stallone took the iconic role of Rambo before the series was born, but now, after being in “The Expendables 2” and “300”, Stallone is ready to step into the spotlight for the film. In “Rambo: First Blood Part 2”, he will face off against another former member of CTU, played by Bruce Willis, but there may be others, depending on who Sylvester Stallone kills next.
In an interview with CinemaBlend, Stallone confirmed that he has had to do “a lot of preparation” for the upcoming sequel, but added that if things go according to plan, he and Stallone could reunite to fight terrorists together.
“In order for my script to come together, it’s a big responsibility. If there’s a certain amount of preparation involved, I’m all for that,” he said. “You want to do it, you want to win, you want to save the country, what’s the downside? We were the big bad guys from the beginning! I love Rambo. I’ve seen over the years and watched every movie. It always had the same impact to me in that sense, just