Sylvester Stallone shows the first frames of the Rambo 5 in Cannes
Actor-filmmaker Sylvester Stallone will present the first frames of the latest episode of the fifth episode of Rambo at the 72nd Cannes Festival on May 24, the organizers announced Wednesday night in Paris.
Sylvester Stallone is a recurring guest at the Cannes Festival, most recently in 2014 with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Harrisson Ford and Antonio Banderas at the American action film The Expendables - The Sacrifice 3. Hollywood stars greet their fans at the top of a tank in the Croisette. & Nbsp;
Sylvester Stallone is celebrated on May 24 with a compilation of his career at the Cannes Festival Palace. A remake of the first Rambo film from 1982, directed by Ted Kotcheff, is being screened and one of the producers was Andy Vajna, who recently passed away. Before the screening, the world star will present the first frames of the fifth episode to the festival audience. & Nbsp;
The story of John Rambo, a veteran hero who went through the hell of the Vietnam War, has so far reached four sequels between 1982 and 2014. Most scripts were written in whole or in part by Sylvester Stallone, and some were directed by him. The fifth episode will be screened in cinemas in the fall, written by Stallone and Matthew Cirulnick, directed by Adrian Grunberg.
The 72nd Cannes Film Festival kicks off May 14 with the premiere of Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die zombie film on the French Riviera. The festival runs until May 25, and the official jury will be chaired by Alejandro González Inárritu, a five-time Mexican film director, and 83-year-old Alain Delont will be honored with the Honorary Golden Palm.
The directorial diploma film of a Hungarian exam film, Katalin Moldován As As So Far, has been invited to the Cinéfondation program featuring the best of film universities, and the original, uncensored version of Péter Bacsó A is screened in the Cannes Classics program.