The one-sheet goes simple with the classic image of the title character from the back and addresses the flick simply as "Rambo."
An official teaser one-sheet for the fourth installment of "Rambo" series has finally been brought to the surface by Lionsgate Films via IGN Movies.
The early poster is a simple one, merely showing the black-and-white back image of the titular character in the rain as you can see on the left. What draws the attention is the red letters that defines the title, which is simply read "Rambo."
Yes, it appears that thoughts have been changed once again regarding the flick's moniker. IGN Movies has learned from its sources that the movie right now is called so despite the recent announcement stating it was "Rambo: To Hell and Back." Supporting this matter, Moviehole.net also claims that Lionsgate has confirmed the title to be official.
Scheduled to meet a January 25, 2008 release in theaters nationwide, "Rambo" still features Sylvester Stallone as the Vietnam War veteran while also finding the actor taking other duties in writing, directing, and producing as well. Following the announcement of the film being re-titled "Rambo: To Hell and Back", Stallone reportedly received negative feedback from the online community and was later quoted to say to AICN that "Lionsgate jumped the gun on this."
"I just was thinking that the title JOHN RAMBO was derivative of ROCKY BALBOA and might give people the idea that this is the last Rambo film, and I don't necessarily feel that it will be," so he said. "He's not an athlete, there's no reason he can't continue onto another adventure."