For Sylvester Stallone, filming in New York City is a family affair!
While in Brooklyn Monday filming the upcoming Paramount+ series Tulsa King, the 75-year-old Rocky actor got a visit on set from his eldest daughter Sophia Rose Stallone while she was also in the city.
The duo were photographed in front of the brownstone where filming took place, with Stallone fully in character as mafioso Dwight "The General" Manfredi.
According to Stallone, his daughters are in New York City to "begin shooting a reality show."
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Honoring Sophia's birthday last year on Instagram, Stallone thanked his daughter for being "a source of pride and bravery" since the day she was born.
In Tulsa King, the Rambo actor's first starring turn on the small screen, Stallone's Manfredi is a mob member who, after being exiled by his former boss to Tulsa, Oklahoma, begins to build his own criminal empire with a new group of unlikely allies.
The series, helmed by Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan and Terence Winter, is set to premiere later this year, on Nov. 13.
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While on set, Stallone also got to visit with a former costar who knows her mafia roles well. Stallone shared photos of him having a chat in costume with Annabella Sciorra, with whom the actor previously starred with in the 1991 neo-noir mob drama Cop Land.