Caitlin Grey (foenix) wrote,
Caitlin Grey
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Rambotox

US-based film production company Nu Image/ Millennium Films have acquired the film rights to the ‘Rambo’ film franchise from Miramax/ Dimension Films, with principal shooting for ‘Rambo IV’ to begin in Sofia, Bulgaria in January 2006, with filming locations in India and the USA.

Sylvester Stallone, the Italian-American film actor who played the titular role in the ‘Rambo’ film trilogy, signed with Nu Image/ Millennium Films to begin ‘Rambo IV’ in May 2005, stating that the production company had optioned a book for the new ‘Rambo’, for which he has adapted a complete script, likening it to vengeance films like ‘Deliverance’ and ‘Straw Dogs’. According to Stallone, the new plotline sees the character of Rambo as having “assimilated into the tapestry of America”, living with his family in relative peace for the past fifteen years but still working for the military, when work pressures force him to move his family to the American outback. The Navajo-Indian former Green Beret and his family are then subject to an attack by white-supremacists, and Rambo has to risk life-and-limb in rescuing his 10-year old daughter from being held hostage.
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