Action sequel “Rambo” is coming to Zavvi exclusive Steelbook in March

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On March 7th Zavvi are releasing a new exclusive steelbook edition of the excellent Stallone movie Rambo, the long-awaited forth, and so far final, chapter in the First Blood series.

Pre-orders will be live at 6pm on Sunday January 31st, so ignore the ‘sold out’ button before then.

Pre-order: Zavvi

Zavvi Exclusive Steelbook – Limited to 2000 copies.

Twenty years have passed and John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) has retreated to northern Thailand. When a group of human rights missionaries fall into the hands of the Burmese army he sets aside his reluctance for violence and conflict and the Vietnam lethal super soldier re-emerges.




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6 Responses

  1. TheBluCorner says:

    And he i am just having bought the rel i though was a steelbook but turned out to be a metal pack.. #OHIMGETTINTHIS

    • TheBluCorner says:

      Wonder if it’s the unrated version though…

      • steelbook admin says:

        the current standard UK version Blu-ray is the theatrical cut, not the extended cut. Usually steelbooks use the same discs as the standard release, so i would expect this to be the same

        • J says:

          Just a Question.


          PS: I have got no idea before reading the message from TheBluCorner about the unrated version, however the unrated version must be more much more YEAH. lol lol lol

          Great steelbook by the way.

  2. Darren says:

    It’s nice how Zavvi release this steelbook to complete there other Rambo exclusive Steelbooks series and doesn’t match the other three so looks totally odd to the other three

    • steelbook admin says:

      Unfortunately Zavvi don’t decide on the artwork – it’s down to what the studio supply. Also, this is a Sony release whereas the previous ones were Studio Canal, so Sony would have little incentive – and maybe no actual right – to copy the artwork style of those

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