On the 45th anniversary of 'Rocky,' the producer remembers the downbeat original ending and the Italian Stallion's many near-death experiences.
The "Without Remorse" star discusses his move into the director's chair with "Creed III."
Dolph Lundgren shares stories from the making of "Rocky IV" as beloved boxing sequel turns 35.
"This is probably my last rodeo," Stallone remarks in the Instagram video announcing his retirement, which was filmed on Creed II's last day of production.
The action star, who's in Philadelphia filming Rocky follow-up "Creed 2," on Tuesday stopped by the apartment the boxer lived in when the saga began in 1976.
On "This Is Us," Kevin Pearson was having the time of his life starring in a movie opposite Sylvester Stallone, until his dad's death was mentioned.
Most publications esteem traditional beauty and round numbers, but not here at Superfan! We like our bodies green, and our numbers as odd as they come! So today, we celebrate The Incredible Hulk on its 39th anniversary with this look back at the show’s first episode. After CBS aired two TV movies based on the popular comic book character created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, a series was developed to premiere on March 10th, 1978. “Final Round,” the regular series’s first episode, was about Dr. David Banner busting a heroin trafficking ring on the mean streets of Wilmington, Delaware.
After a successful comeback in Creed, which has grossed $103 million at the U.S. box office,Sylvester Stallone revealed in a new interview with Variety that he’s already getting ready to step back in the ring for another sequel where he’ll play Rocky Balboa. MGM, which financed the Warner Bros. release with New Line, is onboard. It’s not clear if Ryan Coogler, who is in negotiations for Marvel’s Black Panther, will return as director of the next Creed.