Óscar Jaenada (Hell Blue, Hands of Stone) is the third Spanish actor who joins the cast of the fifth installment of Rambo, after the signing of Paz Vega Y Sergio Peris Mencheta. Starring Silverster Stallone, the film follows in the footsteps of the Vietnam veteran, who enters a powerful Mexican drug cartel in search of a kidnapped young woman.
At the moment it is unknown which character will play Jaenada, who among his latest works highlights'The man who killed Don Quixote' The winning actor of a Goya for his work in Camarón, according to Deadline, will share a screen with the Mexican interpreters Adriana Barraza and Joaquin Cosio and the American actress Yvette Monreal.
The film starts when the daughter of the maid of John Rambo it disappears and it crosses the border that separates the United States from Mexico to rescue it. To find the girl, the protagonist must face the leader of one of the most powerful Mexican drug cartels in the world (Peris Mencheta). For this, Rambo will have the help of Carmen Delgado (Paz Vega), a reporter specialized in the drug trade in Mexico.
The filming of the feature film, directed by Adrian Grunberg, started less than a month ago in Bulgaria. The franchise is based on the characters created by David Morrell and a story by Stallone, who wrote the script for the fifth film of the saga, Rambo: Last Blood, with Matt Cirulnick. Kevin King Templeton and Les Weldon produce the project with Avi Lerner, Trevor Short, and Boaz Davidson will serve as executive producer.