Sylvester Stallone is releasing a special director's cut DVD of Rambo to raise money for the victims of war-torn Burma.
The movie was in production in the poverty-stricken south-east Asian country in 2006, when the military junta began carrying out attacks on monks protesting the current regime. It was the latest in a series of violent events in a country torn apart by civil war for decades.
Stallone witnessed first hand the plight of the people of Burma - and he is determined to give something back.
He reveals, "It'll be called John Rambo, the original title. It's going to be an extended director's cut and I want to give every dime to the Burmese."