One of the great action film franchises of all time is coming to 4K this November, when the films of the 1980s Rambo Trilogy debut on Ultra HD Blu-ray!
Filmmakers often make multiple endings to their movie. Sometimes this is because they change their minds; sometimes the other ending is used as a ‘red herring’; Sometimes preview audiences don’t like the original ending; And sometimes it’s due to studio interference. Occasionally, the unused ending is actually better than the ending which is ultimately used. Here are five films where the alternate ending was the one that should have been used, instead of what we got.
At one time, it was almost unheard of for a sequel to be made beyond five years after the original (or the previous entry) came out. In recent years, we’ve had many franchises being revisited after several decades, as well as there being other old film series due to be revived soon. Is this becoming a new trend, and if it is, is it a good idea? Does it help or hurt the business?
Action icon Sylvester Stallone has announced that he will write, direct and star in Rambo: Last Blood. Also, Michael B. Jordan says that the latest Rocky sequel Creed is “Definitely happening”.