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Accompanied by model Jennifer Flavin, actor Sylvester Stallone visits the first night of his new movie "Assassins", on Tuesday, October 10, 1995 at a Hamburg cinema. (AP Photo/Joost)
Sumo wrestler Taro Akebono, center, hugs US actor Sylvester Stallone, left, and French actor Gerard Depardieu during a gala evening at the Planet Hollywood restaurant in Paris Thursday night Oct.12, 1995. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)
Former heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali, left, joins actors Sylvester Stallone, center, and Carl Weathers, right, during a party for the "20th Anniversary Of Rocky" in New York, Saturday, March 16, 1996. (AP Photo/Albert Ferreira)
Actor Sylvester Stallone holds Talia Shire in this scene from the 1976 film classic "Rocky." Special 20th-anniversary gift sets, including "Rocky" and its four sequels, have been hot sellers in video stores this summer. (AP Photo/Files)
Actor Sylvester Stallone responds during an interview Aug. 2, 1997, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Stallone, 51, who stars in the new movie "Cop Land," says he is taking a break from action films, which "provide a lack of challenge in certain areas." (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
FILE -- Actor Sylvester Stallone and wife Jennifer Flavin pose together at the world premiere of the film "Contact, last July. Stallone said in a statement released Tuesday, Aug 5, 1997, by his publicist Paul Bloch, that his wife Jennifer Flavin had a miscarriage last month. ``Both of us are incredibly saddened by this terrible event and our hearts go out to all others who have experienced this tragic situation," said Stallone . (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
Actors Sylvester Stallone, at center, and Ray Liotta, on the right, during a press conference present out-of-competition film "Copland" with director James Mangold at the 54th Venice film Festival, Thursday September 4, 1997. (AP Photo/Fernando Proietti)
Sylvester Stallone poses for photographers at Deauville's American Film Festival to promote the film "Avenging Angelo" directed by Martin Buke, Saturday Sept. 7, 2002. (AP Photo/Franck Prevel)
Heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali, left, and actor Sylvester Stallone are co-presenters for the best supporting actress award at the 49th Annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Calif., March 28, 1977. Moments earlier, Ali made a surprise apearance on stage accusing Stallone in jest of stealing "my script" and then sparring with Stallone, who wrote and starred in the boxing film "Rocky." (AP Photo)
The bronze statue of Sylvester Stallone portraying the boxer from the film "Rocky III" is seen shortly after workers installed it near the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006. The installation of the statue is part of a week of festivities celebrating the 30th anniversary of the original "Rocky" movie, including the official dedication of the sculpture planned for Friday. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
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For those who can't get enough of headband-clad Vietnam veterans blasting guys apart, Sylvester Stallone has one more round for you. He announced via Twitter that he's working on yet another Rambo film, this one tentatively titled Last Blood. There's no word yet on whether Last Blood will be bloodier than First Blood, but we're going to say that 'yes' is a safe bet.
Doing Scarpa based on Gangster Greg Scarpa after LAST BLOOD RAMBO...
Clearly you can tell which movie Stallone is more excited about, as evidenced by his liberal use of CAPS. If the most recent Rambo film is any indication, this won't be the last time full caps are in use.
Obviously no plot details have been leaked, but we're guessing this once again puts John Rambo in the role of reluctant hero, much like he was in the previous installment, when Rambo was forced to save some blithering idiots who thought it was a good idea to stroll into war-ravaged Burma. Fortunately John Rambo showed up and blew everyone to bits.
Of course, if there's one thing we've learned from John Rambo, it's that the only true idiots are the ones who dare mess with him. That's a lesson that's come with increasing dividends. The fourth and most recent installment featured the most Rambo-induced deaths by far.
You can expect that figure to only go up as the stakes must get higher for John Rambo. This is, after all, Last Blood, is it not? Do we invoke Last Blood with Rambo if there isn't...more blood? We think not.
The fourth Rambo, released in 2008 and simply titled Rambo, grossed $113 million at the box office, which gives the studios plenty of reason to green light another film in the series. The four films in the Stallone action series have grossed over $700 million since the release of Rambo: First Blood in 1982.
As for the other part of Stallone's tweet, Greg Scarpa AKA 'The Mad Hatter', was a member of the Colombo crime family who eventually turned witness for the FBI. There's precious little information available on this project, but one can assume that Stallone will suit up as the Mad Hatter and get his gangster on once he's put another army to rest as John Rambo.