Rambo Last Blood DVD release date UK and when is it out on iTunes, Blu-ray, digital release and rental

Rambo Last Blood DVD, Blu-ray and digital release UK

Adrian!!! Okay, wrong film, but Sylvester Stallone is about to return to his other other big name role and the Rambo Last Blood DVD, Blu-ray and digital release date (UK details below) will follow the upcoming cinematic release. While the Rocky franchise has branched off with Creed, the Rambo Series looks set to come to a close, which is bound to make it a big draw on iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Xbox ONE and PS4 to buy and rent.

It’ll be the fifth film release in the series and a direct sequel to 2008’s Rambo, which is when planning for the film began, so it’s been a long time coming. The last film saw John heading into Burma to rescue Christian missionaries and this time he’ll be taking on the Cartel in Mexico, which should be one to watch action film fans whether it’s on the big screen or with the DVD, Blu-ray and digital release.

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The trip south of the border isn’t just some random Cartel killing spree for the one-man war machine, it’s to rescue his niece, who has been taken by them. She’s being held hostage by one of the most nefarious crime bosses in Mexico, so John will need to dread fairly quietly in order to get her out. Although, he’ll probably have to fire in at least a couple of incendiary arrows just for good measure as he tries to get her back.

Stallone is the biggest name in the cast by a long way, but he’ll be joined by Paz Vega, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Adriana Barraza, Yvette Monreal, Genie Kim aka Yenah Han, Joaquín Cosío and Óscar Jaenada. Apart from Stallone, it’s a mostly Spanish and Mexican cast, which should give the film a little authenticity to go with all of the lavish bloodshed that you can see in the trailer below.

DVD, iTunes, Xbox ONE, PS4, Amazon and digital rental release date UK

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The Rambo Last Blood DVD and Blu-ray release date is expected for early January 2020 in the UK, following on from the cinematic run in September and early October 2019. With the recent arrival Rambo (2008) on 4K Ultra HD release, we’re expecting V to get the same treatment with the two so heavily linked from a sequel progression point of view, but we’ll update with more details for the UK as they’re confirmed.

The iTunes, Xbox ONE, PS4 and Amazon Video digital release will be either one or two weeks prior to the DVD and Blu-ray, so that will bring us the killer action around the end of the Holiday period, so you’re looking at either the end of 2019 or the very beginning of 2020. However, the digital rental release will be on the same date as the DVD and Blu-ray as usual, so you can pencil that in for the opening two weeks of January to wash away the winter blues with some full-blooded action.

Rambo Last Blood has a runtime of 1 hour 30 minutes, so it’s a fairly short action flick that should blast its way through to the savage end. This will give it a manageable digital release file size of around 3.78Gb at 1080p HD and 1.5Gb in standard definition. Definitely check your PC, Mac, PS4 or Xbox ONE hard drive for storage space, but this is far from a crusher.

You can follow the official Rambo movie Twitter page at https://twitter.com/RamboMovie to see more on the home entertainment release.

UK cinema release date

Ad Astra has been confirmed for a UK release date on the big screen of Wednesday the 18th September 2019, including iMAX cinemas. It’ll be out on the same week as Rambo Last Blood and a week later than Downton Abbey in the UK, so it’s going to be a close call for the number one spot at the box office.

Rambo Last Blood age rating

As the cinematic release date is still a couple of weeks away, the Rambo Last Blood age rating hasn’t been confirmed as of yet in the UK by the British Board of Film Classification. However, you can probably tell from the trailer below that it’s going to be at least a 15, and the majority of the previous films in the series have been 18s, so we’ll update with the actual age rating as soon as it’s confirmed.

We’ll add in more details about the film as they become available, but the information above should give you a good idea of what to expect from the home entertainment release.

You can also see the official Rambo movie website at https://rambo.movie hfor more on the film ahead of its arrival on DVD, Blu-ray and digital.

Rambo Last Blood trailer