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Stallone hints at Rambo 5

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At the age of 65, you'd be forgiven for moving to Florida and spending your days playing rummy and complaining about rap music.

But for Sylvester Stallone, he's determined to continue his career as the World's Oldest Action Hero™ with the announcement of a new Rambo film.

In a recent interview with MTV, he revealed that he's working on a script that would see the character finally laid to rest.

"There's a volcanic eruption [brewing]. The magma of Rambo is coming to the surface," Stallone confirmed. He went on to state that the character would go out in "a blaze of glory in a heroic fashion".

He's currently "working on a formula for it" which would see the Vietnam veteran taking on Mexico's drug lords. The last film was in 2008 and saw Rambo returning to the US.

What do you think? Can Stallone still convince as an action hero?

Take the Rambo quiz here

[via MTV]

(Images: All Star, Rex Features)

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