Second Rambo Trailer Unveiled!


Second Rambo Trailer Unveiled!


It's less gory but still has a number of explosive scenes for sure.

Lionsgate Films apparently is wasting no time in promoting the fourth installment of the iconic Vietnam War veteran series. Recently unleashed the first poster for the flick, now the studio already brings something new for fans to watch. Yes, it's the second trailer of "Rambo"!

Available now at YouTube as seen below, the trailer runs about two and a half minutes and still boasts some explosive scenes here and there though is less gory than the first one. Footage is presented in a time-line fashion, showing us the titular character's early refusal to help before finally going back in action to rescue the kidnapped missionaries.

Slated to open in theaters on January 25, 2008, "Rambo" not only brings back Sylvester Stallone to once again fill in the title role, but also finds him taking duties in directing, writing, and producing matters. Cinematography task is handled by Glen MacPherson with Franco-Giacomo Carbone and Suchartanun 'Kai' Kuladee taking care of production design and art direction, respectively.



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