Sylvester Stallone is Trying To Bring COBRA Back as a TV Series


I’m sure many of you remember Sylvester Stallone’s 1986 action film Cobra. Stallone played an LAPD officer who finds himself at the center of a spate of murders carried out by a secret society called New Order: killers who select "weak" members of society for extermination. After he takes a witness to one of the murders into protective custody, they end up fighting for their lives.

During a press junket at the Cannes Film Festival, Stallone was asked by an audience member about the film and the actor reflected on it, saying:

“That (conceit) was what if Bruce Springsteen had a gun? That was rock n’ roll meets drama. That should have been another franchise because that character was so cool. And I blew it. My personal life got in the way.”

Then Stallone revealed that he is trying to bring Cobra back in the form of a series for a streaming service!

“But we’re trying to bring it back as a streaming TV series. Bring out the zombie squad. I’m long gone, but the idea is really good.”

I don’t know about you, but I’d be totally down for that. By rebooting the story as a series, the creative team will be able to dive a lot deeper into the the characters and story. Also, thanks to the streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, they can get deep into the crazy action and bloody violence.

Would you be interested in seeing a Cobra series?

Source: Deadline

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