John Rambo isn't a typical action movie hero; Sylvester Stallone's jaded war veteran only wants his country to love him as much as he loves it.
Geopolitics are a difficult beast for Hollywood, and Sylvester Stallone's Rambo 3 almost featured an ending which would have aged quite poorly.
First Blood, the 1982 thriller starring Sylvester Stallone, introduced the world to John Rambo, but was not originally intended to launch a franchise.
The Far Cry 5: Hours Of Darkness DLC has players sneak through a campaign set in Vietnam, with the gameplay feeling like an ode to the Rambo series.
As excited as we are for Last Blood, there are some things about the movie that have fans worried.
Thanks to the new movie trailer for John Rambo's Rambo V: Last Blood, fans have a sneak peek at what's to come to the big screen in September.
A fan trailer featuring Rambo and the Firefly family imagines if Sly Stallone's Rambo: Last Blood and Rob Zombie's 3 from Hell were the same movie.
While viewers will have to wait until Rambo V: Last Blood hits cinemas to confirm their theories, we can still speculate on who may or may not return.
Republican president Ronald Reagan may have been a fan of the Rambo movies, but Sylvester Stallone assures fans that Rambo is no right-winger.
Sylvester Stallone returns to his famous role of John Rambo in Rambo V: Last Blood, which now has a release date of September 20, 2019.
Sylvester Stallone shares a new photo from Rambo V: Last Blood exploring the title character's combat history. The movie is due Fall 2019.
Sylvester Stallone reveals new photos of Rambo's adopted family in Rambo V: Last Blood. Gabriella's kidnapping sparks a rescue mission.
The originally announced Rambo V would have pitted Rambo against a feral monster. Here's how this almost came to be, and why it was canceled.