Sylvester Stallone has confirmed that he's working on a fifth Rambo film, which will see the iconic character slaughter a Mexican crime cartel.
Leaked plot details describe a "violent descent into hell" as Rambo "brings down a vicious crime lord".
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"Something wicked is coming this way," Stallone captioned an Instagram post with a promotional image for Rambo V.
The film is scheduled for release in Autumn, 2019, according to the post.
In 2008, Stallone reprised the Rambo franchise for a particularly bloody sequel which saw the Vietnam War veteran lead a band of mercenaries rescuing a group of Christian missionaries from Burma.
It ended with Rambo returning home to the US, to finally visit his father in Arizona.
According to details obtained by Screen Daily, Rambo V will see the anti-hero struggling with PTSD while living on a ranch.
"When long-time family friend and estate manager Maria informs Rambo that her grand-daughter has gone missing after crossing into Mexico for a party, he sets off with her to find the youngster," writes Screen Daily.
"What ensues is a violent descent into hell as Rambo uncovers a sex-trafficking ring. He teams up with a journalist whose half-sister has also been kidnapped and must deploy all his skills to save the girls and bring down a vicious crime lord."
LADbible posted a story about the leaked details, noting it "sounds like the most violent movie yet".
Other fans have also taken to social media to express their excitement over the news.