Said to be signing deal to star in two more action films, the action man is reportedly planning to bring 'Cliffhanger' back to the big screen.
Having signed a deal with "Rambo" producers in early February, Sylvester Stallone is rumored to be planning on bringing his another old character back to the big screen. According to reports, the renowned action man in "Rocky" and "Rambo" is preparing to depict once again Gabe Walker from his 1993's "Cliffhanger" as he is negotiating with Sony Studio executives.
On another character reviving news, it was reported that though the 61-year-old actor has promised to stop remaking "Rambo", he might be going to make another sequel to the film. To British talk show host Jonathan Ross, the former husband of actress Brigitte Nielsen revealed that it is the perfect time to play the character again. "I'd love to go back to Rambo again. You don't get to play that kind of character very often," he said "At first it was stereotyped but now I'm really proud to have done it. It's timely. Ten years ago it wouldn't have been right."
Back in January, Stallone dished out speculation that there will be another installment of "Rambo". At the time, he insisted that the story "can't go any further". Stallone's fourth installment of his old action hero entitled "Rambo" debuted at the second spot at the North America Box Office with the earning of $18.2 million. To date, the film has grossed more than $38 million domestically and $55.2 million worldwide.