Rambo Steelbook Collection Has A Handwritten Note From Sylvester Stallone In It

The five-movie collection is available now at various retailers.


When it comes to box sets, many home releases feature plenty of special features, revamped visuals and audio, or some really cool packaging. For Rambo: The Complete Steelbook Collection, this 4K UHD release comes with a copy of a handwritten note from Sylvester Stallone.

Currently available at Best Buy, the Rambo box set features all five movies in the franchise, including 2019's Last Blood. Additionally, it comes with digital copies of all the movies, and a note from Stallone himself, written in cursive, something you don't ever see in home releases for movies. You can check it out below.

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"I'm the luckiest actor to have gotten to play and write for this most incredible character," Stallone writes. "Please enjoy this extended cut as much as I did playing the part."

Below, he signed his name. However, this is obviously just a copy of the note, as not every copy of the Rambo collection has a personalized note from John Rambo himself. On the other side of the note is a code for the digital copy of the extended cut of Rambo: Last Blood.

Each movie comes in its own steelbook with some pretty cool art on each case. Of course, each movie also contains some special features, including audio commentaries, deleted scenes, featurettes, and various trailers. The collection is currently on sale at Best Buy.

Rambo: The Complete Steelbook Collection

$120 $95

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There are digital copies of all five movies, all in 4K UHD, included in the collection as well. There isn't a lot going on for the future of this franchise; however, Rambo isn't remaining quiet. John Rambo was recently revealed as a DLC character for Mortal Kombat 11. Stallone returns to voice the character one more time. So if you were wondering if Rambo could beat up The Terminator, you finally can... in video game form.

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