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Rambo V - First Blood & nbsp; Last Blood & nbsp; Sylvester Stallone Announces May 72 at Cannes Film Festival. & Nbsp; Stallone is celebrated with a compilation of his career, then aired in 1982 Rambo's first remake of Rambo, produced by the recently deceased Andy Vajna. Before the screening, the first installments of the fifth episode are presented.
Most Rambo films were written in whole or in part by Stallone, and some were directed by him. He said after the fourth film that he would be no more, but then changed his mind about the next sequel. & Nbsp; The fifth episode was written by Stallone and Matthew Cirulnick, directed by Adrian Grunberg. & Nbsp; The story goes that Rambo travels to Mexico to help find the daughter of one of her best friends, who was kidnapped. You will soon find yourself in the middle of the dark affairs of the drug mafia. The film will be screened on September 20 at the Hungarian cinemas.
The 72nd Cannes Film Festival begins with the premiere of Jim Jarmusch's zombie film Dead Not Dying on May 14th. The festival runs until May 25, and this year the jury president will be Alejandro González Inárritu, the returning director and the Birdman Oscar-winning director.