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What would Adrian think? We all know that Sylvester Stallone did extremely physical work in the Rocky films, but it turns out the fourth film very nearly killed him both on screen and off.
While Creed is not a Rocky movie in the strictest of terms, it does give us a reason to look back on the storied career of the silver screen's greatest pugilist.
The Rocky franchise is the more aptly named than possibly any other in the history of cinema. The first one was nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards, while some others are terrible. Some people claim there are problems with Rocky IV, though we don't see it that way.
Sylvester Stallone has admitted that he felt he was too old to write Creed, insisting that "everything's just changed." Read on to see why the Italian Stallion took a back seat to the next generation, and why this is probably a good thing.
I do love the idea of Ryan Gosling possibly playing John Rambo in a remake of First Blood. That’s believable. Because after First Blood, John Rambo became an inflated superhero capable of taking down whole armies of enemies singlehandedly.
There’s a great joke in Mel Brooks’ Spaceballs where a TV movie reviewer does a review of Rocky 5-Thousand. How close will we actually get to that number?
Getting naked in a movie has to be a nerve-wracking experience and actors don't for all kinds of reasons, but why Diane Lane chose not to bear it all in Judge Dredd is the best excuse we've ever heard.
Rocky Balboa is one of Sylvester Stallone's favorite characters and greatest achievements, but he was initially reluctant to take his boxer alter ego out for another spin in the upcoming Creed.
Warner Bros. has unleashed a new Creed trailer, featuring Fantastic Four’s 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 we’re 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 “sucked,” and he takes credit for opening the door for fellow wrestlers to make names for themselves as box-office draws. I don’t know if a role in a fourth Expendables movie would juice Hogan’s 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 isn’t exactly known for playing characters who use a refined proclivity for solving problems like “talking,” “negotiating” or “empathizing” 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 it’s all about, and it’s 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 Museum’s 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 don’t 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.