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When an actor says “it’s an honor just being nominated," we now have a much better idea of exactly what they mean. Every year the nominees for the Academy Awards acting and directing categories receive the most extravagant swag bag known to man.
This year the Academy Awards have almost been overshadowed by the controversy over a lack of diversity in their nominations. Sylvester Stallone is up for an Oscar for his role in Creed and has an interesting take on the topic of boycotting the ceremony.
While you can’t actually put money down (legally) in Vegas on your Oscar predictions, it doesn’t stop odds-makers from playing the "what if" game and putting together a betting line.
What were the most surprising turn of events during this morning’s nomination announcements for the 88th annual Academy Awards? Read on to find out!
Unsurprisingly, Sylvester Stallone has been nominated for an Oscar for his role in Creed, but what's he up against in order to take home the gold?
Looking at the list of nominees and victors at this year’s Golden Globes ceremony, and weighing them against their buzz going into the show, we’ve determined the five biggest winners and losers from this year’s affair. What movies and filmmakers were put on a good path, and which are in trouble? Read on to find out.
Stallone has his Golden Globe, and we think he's going to ride this Creed success all the way to the Academy Awards.
After all of the talk and possible work that's gone into Rambo 4, it looks like the show's over. Read on to see why Sylvester Stallone has decided against one last ride as John Rambo.
Sylvester Stallone has big plans for Creed 2, insisting that it will be like Godfather 2 and teasing that one character will even return from the dead.
Movies may be fictional, but there are real people making everything on the screen look as real as possible. This means that when you’re making a movie about a professional boxer, there’s a very real possibility that you’re going to get punched in the face.
These are the five best “WTF?” nominations from this year’s Golden Globes awards. And “WTF” doesn’t mean negative. It can also mean, “What the fuck, that’s awesome!” Starting with…
If you’re going to play the role of a man being trained to become a professional boxer you have to do more than just say the lines. You need to look like a guy who’s been working out like crazy as well.
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.