We hope you're sitting down, because we've got an announcement that will blow your mind: Rambo is going to fight Conan.
Oh. Em. Gee.
Tthe battle that action movie fans have been waiting for for three decades is about to happen -- sort of -- as Latino Review is reporting that Jason Momoa, the star of the upcoming reboot "Conan the Barbarian," has signed on as the villain in the latest Sylvester Stallone vehicle. Place your bets.
For those who are keeping track, Momoa is in the middle of a major winning streak; besides headlining the new "Conan" franchise, the gigantic Hawaiian actor also just starred as the beastly conqueror Khal Drogo in the wildly popular HBo fantasy series "Game of Thrones." So the guy is on a roll.
Now, though, he's going to be facing off against a foe even Conan would be wary of: Stallone, who reportedly will be playing a New Orleans hitman who teams up with a New York City cop in order to get revenge on the man who killed his partner (hint: Momoa did it). The film, which is currently untitled after dropping the moniker "Head Shot," is also set to star "Fast Five's" Sung Kang and "The L Word's" Sarah Shahi.
So will Momoa manage to rip Stallone's tongue out through his throat like in "Game of Thrones?" We doubt it, but whatever happens when these two face off, we have a feeling that they won't disappoint.
After all, nobody knows how to stage a kick-ass fight like Rambo and Conan.