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Sylvester Stallone, 73, gave a press conference in Mexico on Thursday to talk about Rambo: Last Blood, the fifth in the series

He regained Rocky Balboa who was his much-loved character in 2015’s Creed and its 2018 sequel. And right now Sylvester Stallone is engaged in promoting another revival – that of Vietnam War veteran who is John Rambo.

The Hollywood star who is aged 73, supplied a press conference in Mexico on Thursday to converse about Rambo: Last Blood, which is the fifth in the series.

Fresh away from a family vacation in Europe, Stallone’s body looked tanned and relaxed as he conducted the media presentation in Mexico City. He was decked up in all-black apparel of shirt which was unbuttoned at the collar and a two-piece suit work with the undone jacket.

Sylvester Stallone, 73, gave a press conference in Mexico on Thursday to talk about Rambo: Last Blood, the fifth in the series

He included a pair of black lace-up shoes which were on-trend red splashed. The chiseled action star also introduced Rambo in 1982’s First Blood and it launched sequels in 1985, 1988 and 2008.

In the recent installment, Rambo is facing problems with PTSD and surviving on a ranch in Arizona. When he gets to know that his friend’s granddaughter and estate manager Maria has been missing in Mexico, he crosses the border to go and find her and get her home, according to ComingSoon.net.

He gets to know, though, that he is dealing with a sex-trafficking ring operated by the cartel and it will demand all his strength and combat skill to bring it down and rescue the girls.

Starring with Stallone in the action thriller is Paz Vega, Yvette Monreal, and Adriana Barraza. Like his boxer Rocky Balboa, Rambo has become an important part of Hollywood movie history. Stallone reprises the character of Rambo 36 years after the first film opening in theatres. Stallone was accompanied on stage by co-stars Yvette Monreal and Adriana Barraza.

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