With Rambo: Final Blood now splattering its means by cinemas, Sylvester Stallone has turned his crosshairs to a different movie from his 1980s heyday within the form of Tango & Money.
Stallone informed Fandango that he’d be eager to make a follow-up to the 1989 buddy cop film, so long as he can get co-star Kurt Russell on board.
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The 73-year-old performed Lieutenant Ray Tango within the movie — the Westside of Los Angeles equal to Russell’s Eastside high cop Lieutenant Gabe Money.
Their rivalry turns into a collaboration when each cops are framed by a drug lord for the homicide of an FBI agent and should work collectively to clear their names.
“I’d do Tango & Money in a second,” Stallone mentioned.
He added that he had approached Russell about the potential for returning to the characters, however that he was not satisfied and mentioned: “there we have been in our prime and now we’re in our un-prime”.
Stallone mentioned the pair agreed to revisit the dialog at a later date, so followers would possibly but get to see the 2 stars — mixed age 141 — combating facet by facet once more.
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Tango & Money shouldn’t be the one venture from Stallone’s previous that may very well be due for a re-run, with a TV sequence spin-off from 1986 actioner Cobra reportedly within the works over at Alita: Battle Angel director Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Community.
He mentioned: “I’m speaking with Robert Rodriguez proper now about Cobra, which appears like that would occur.
“It’s mainly his child now.”
Stallone has been prolific in returning to his most profitable roles, revitalising Rocky Balboa as a supporting character within the Creed movies, in addition to revamping John Rambo for a number of blood-soaked sequels.
He’s at the moment engaged on one other Rocky film, which might focus on a young immigrant character whom Rocky takes beneath his wing.
Rambo: Final Blood has received mixed reviews from critics since its cinema debut, with one critic referring to the movie as “deranged”.