Sylvester Stallone Is out for Vengeance in RAMBO: LAST BLOOD Teaser

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It sounds like Rambo's last job before retirement won't be an easy one, either, as it will see him travel to Mexico to save a friend's daughter, who's been kidnapped by a Mexican cartel. Rambo takes off in search of the girl, but gets more than he bargained for when he stumbles upon the operations of a sex-trafficking ring. The title comes full circle from the first film, First Blood, which arrived way back in 1982 as an adaptation of David Morrel's novel.

Sure, the new trailer for "Rambo: Last Blood" starts with Sylvester Stallone in a rocking chair - but the 72-year-old is not done battling bad guys just yet. A deadly journey of vengeance, RAMBO: LAST BLOOD marks the last chapter of the legendary series.

"I've lived in a world of death", Rambo says in a shot over a countryside ranch. As a one-man army, Rambo faces off against his past in what seems to be a dark and twisted version of Home Alone, but with way more explosions, bows, and Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road". "I've watched people I love die". Some not enough left to bury'.

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Stallone recently worked on another franchise, Creed II, the follow-up to Rocky spin-off Creed, and a year ago began filming Expendables 4, despite previous speculation he'd quit the series.

A final sequence shows us a blood-soaked Rambo unsheathing that blade from the spot's intro, readying himself to plunge it into some unseen party, as his voiceover delivers one last, ultra-badass proclamation: "I want them to know that death is coming". It seems like age is just a number for this fantastic actor who is seen taking down some members of a Mexican cartel single handedly. "And there is nothing they can do to stop it".