'Rambo' Reboot in the Works With 'Criminal' Director (Exclusive)


One man army John Rambo is poised for a return the big-screen.

Nu Image/Millennium Films is plotting a reboot of the classic 1980s action franchise that starred Sylvester Stallone, tapping Brooks McLaren to pen the script and Ariel Vromen to direct the feature.

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dauntingpixel630d ago

just bloody well stop. you don't do reboots well hollywood. quit taking classics and crapping on them. next thing we'll know the character will be named Jane Rambo.

Porcelain_Chicken630d ago (Edited 630d ago )

I honestly find most reboots amusing. They are all god awful sure but it's kinda comedic to see someone do something so well that other people try to (very literally) recreate it but fail miserably. Maybe that's just me! :D There's still original movies out there! And sure the new Ghostbusters was one giant pile of poo but we still have the original. And that's good enough for me! >_<

Me personally, I think this is gonna be hilarious.

FlyingFoxy629d ago

Remakes/Reboots don't have the best reputation, though i will say that The Fly (80's version) is way better than the original 50's version.. Though they turned it much more into a horror film, the original fly kinda looks like really old and fake compared to the remake. A bit like the early Star Trek series, it was just blindingly obvious and kinda funny to see how fake the monsters and stuff looked.

Lord_Sloth629d ago

No, because we aren't forced to watch them and they don't magically remove the others from existence. Best case scenario I have 2 fantastic films. Worst case scenario I still have 1 fantastic film. It seriously does no harm.

annoyedgamer629d ago

Ruined franchise in 3..2..1...

1Victor629d ago

Lol there wouldn't be a Rambo if the sheriff left him alone in the first movie