Stallone Says Rambo Can't Count Past Four

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by | February 1, 2008 | Comments

If you read the report about Harvey Weinstein wanting more Rambo sequels and feared for the artistic integrity of the franchise, you can rest easy — Sylvester Stallone has said it won’t happen.

He could just be playing hardball with the studio, of course, but we prefer to take Sly at his word, and here’s what he told The Guardian:

“This is the last Rambo just as Rocky Balboa is the last Rocky. I can’t go any further. It was a miracle that it even got done.”

The fourth Rambo debuted last weekend to a surprising second-place finish behind Meet the Spartans. Not the most dignified way for the character to go out, but hey — you can certainly do worse than a 35 percent Tomatometer and #2 at the box office, and maybe Stallone doesn’t want to find that out the hard way.

Source: The Guardian

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