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Warner Bros. has unleashed a new Creed trailer, featuring Fantastic Fourís Michael B. Jordan as the son of Apollo Creed. While the first footage did well in drumming up buzz, round two seems to be all about linking this spin-off to the overarching franchise, Rocky. But weíre not complaining.
Sylvester Stallone is, understandably, protective of his Rocky Balboa character, but an emotional story from the director played a big part in convincing him to to the upcoming Creed.
It's been nearly a decade since we last saw Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa on the big screen - but that long-running franchise is about to be rejuvenated in a big way. The new "spin-off" movie Creed will be hitting theaters toward the end of the year, and today we have our first look at some footage:
Hulk Hogan candidly admits in this Q-and-A that his acting career ďsucked,Ē and he takes credit for opening the door for fellow wrestlers to make names for themselves as box-office draws. I donít know if a role in a fourth Expendables movie would juice Hoganís career as a movie star. Ask Wesley Snipes what The Expendables 3 did for his stardom.
The upcoming feature-length animated adaptation of the popular video game franchise Ratchet and Clank just added an impressive array of talent for their supporting cast of voices. It is being reported that Sylvester Stallone, John Goodman, Rosario Dawson, Bella Thorne and Paul Giamatti have all been added to the 3D animated epic
Michael B. Jordan is ready to enter the ring. Creed, the Rocky spinoff, is in the heat of production in anticipation of its November 25 release date, and now we have our first look. Check out the Human Torch in his new role as Adonis Johnson, the son of Apollo Creed.
An arrest has been made in connection to the illegal release of The Expendables 3, which the studio blames for the lackluster box office take.
Legendary action star, Sylvester Stallone isnít exactly known for playing characters who use a refined proclivity for solving problems like ďtalking,Ē ďnegotiatingĒ or ďempathizingĒ with his enemies. Now, thanks to an amazing, adrenaline-injected supercut highlighting every kill made in his cinematic body of work, we get to sit back and enjoy all his maniacal machinations to murder the malevolent.
Being a movie star is far from easy, as your only as good as your last picture. Here are 10 careers that pretty much died after one false move, and a couple other interesting factors.
The seventh installment of the famed Rocky franchise, a semi-spin-off called Creed, has been in the works for months now, though only sparse details about its plot have been released. Thankfully, now that production is underway, the film is finally ready to tell us what itís all about, and itís done so through the release of a brand new plot synopsis.
Any Rocky fan who has ever visited Philadelphia will have almost certainly taken a photo at the top of the Philadelphia Museumís staircase, raising their arms in triumph for a photo op. But all of these Rocky inspired images will now pale in comparison to the one taken by a group of tourists in the city on Saturday.
I donít care what anybody says, Rocky IV is a classic. In celebration of the film, the purveyors of "cult decor," Skuzzles, released a limited-edition Rocky IV poster, immortalizing Lundgren as the god-like American action star that he is.
After resurrecting Barney Ross for The Expendables 3 and with plans to do the same for Rocky Balboa in the upcoming spinoff, Creed, Stallone is ready for another Rambo entry. And it looks like he just officially revealed the title.
It was just a couple weeks ago that Sylvester Stallone noted that the upcoming Rocky spin-off, Creed, will go into production next month - but apparently the film couldn't even get that far without giving away some of its biggest secrets.
2014 was a middling year for movies. However, for the 10 stars we're highlighting in this list, it was absolutely dismal. Find out who's hoping for a happy new year after the jump.
When a movie underperforms at the box office, it's natural for people to start trying to discover the root of what went wrong. Typically fingers can be pointed at a director or the screenplay or the studio, but sometimes it's more specific things. In the case of The Expendables 3, Sylvester Stallone is placing a good amount of blame on the film's rating.
With six features spread out over 30 years, Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa has had plenty of time in the spotlight, so while the franchise is ready to expand once more, it won't be doing so with the Italian Stallion as its lead. Instead, a new spinoff is in the works and will be titled Creed, with starring duties falling to the young, talented Michael B. Jordan.
Unlike its two franchise predecessors, The Expendables 3 entered theaters not with a restrictive R-rating, but instead a much more teen friendly PG-13. While many fans saw this as a big mistake, noting that the series originated as an ode to the hyper-violent and bloody action movies of the 1980s, it's one that Lionsgate will be doing its part to correct when the film arrives on Blu-ray and DVD.
MGM have threatened to sue Rocky IIís biggest fan, even though she has organized a fun-run in honor of Sylvester Stalloneís infamous boxer. Rebecca Shaefer has been handed and cease-and-desist letter from the studio over the name of her Rocky 50K Run, which will re-trace every step that the boxer made in the 1979 sequel as he prepared to face Apollo Creed for the second time.
Hereís the biggest question tied to a final Rambo movie: Why? And I mean that as no disrespect to Stallone or his character, who has been part of two good movies (and two that we didnít need). But the final scene of Rambo was a proper finale for the character.