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First Rocky, Now Rambo?

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Seems like Sylvester Stallone is either really, really bored or broke. Why else would the 60-year-old Italian Stallion need to pull Rocky -- and now Rambo -- out of the oldie oldster home?


According to an AP story:

In the latest sequel, John Rambo is pulled out of retirement in Bangkok to help find missionary aid workers who disappear as they're delivering supplies to ethnic minorities in neighboring Myanmar.
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The final chapter of the Rocky franchise -- or so they say -- is due out Dec. 22. In Rocky Balboa, Sly plays the aging boxer, now a widower in need of money who's forced to come out for a little exhibition boxing -- until he gets a chance at a real fight. Watch the trailer here.

While we wait for these latest Stallone projects with baited breath, what we're really hoping is that Sly resurrects Lincoln Hawk in Over the Top 2.

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