Washington, September 5 : Sexagenarian actor Sylvester Stallone seems to have no desire to retire at all, for the Hollywood muscle man has reportedly bagged a deal to produce and star in two more action films.
It is said that Stallone is considering scripts for further sequels in his 'Rocky' and 'Rambo' franchises, despite vowing never to revive either of the legendary characters again.
He is once again teaming up with Danny Dimbort, Avi Lerner and Trevor Short of Nu Image/Millennium Films, the same team that supervised the latest 'Rambo' flick's production.
"The past year and a half of working with Avi, his partners Danny and Trevor and his film family has been nothing but a high point for me and my career and an extremely rewarding experience," E!Online quoted Stallone as telling the Hollywood Reporter.
"Avi is a real gentleman and a man of his word," he added.
The shooting for the first film in the new pact may begin either late autumn or early 2009.
Stallone is also developing a re-launch of the Death Wish franchise, which was originally fronted by late action hero Charles Bronson.