"Rambo" is getting a makeover.
The film's legendary star, Sylvester Stallone, took to Instagram Tuesday to reveal his new look in the upcoming installment of the series.
The actor revealed that "Rambo" will take on a Western theme, after sharing a photo of himself clad in a cowboy hat, a grey, plaid shirt and gloves. Stallone captioned the Instagram image, "Tonight we start filming..."
He later shared another photo of himself decked out in full Western gear while on top of a horse, which he captioned, "Comes a Horseman Wild and Free. @rambomovie #rambo5."
In addition to sharing backstage footage of the new film, the 72-year-old actor – who first starred as John Rambo in 1982 – shared videos of himself getting into shape for the role.
A week ago, the "Rambo" star posted an Instagram video of his intense workout with the caption, “Leaving to start Rambo in about five days!! Even though I hate it, all Serious and balanced strength starts with the abs…Fire in the gut!"
After starring in the first "Rambo" film, entitled "First Blood," the actor reprised the role three years later in "Rambo: First Blood Part II." Following the second installment and the success of the film, Stallone went on to make "Rambo III" and "Rambo."
But it's not just the "Rambo" film series keeping the famous actor busy. The father of five has also starred in the "Rocky" spinoff films, "Creed" and "Creed 2."
Stallone finally won his first Golden Globe award for "Creed" in 2016. In his speech, the actor credited the big win to the iconic film character.
He said, “I want to thank my imaginary friend Rocky Balboa for being the best friend I ever had.”