The "Without Remorse" star discusses his move into the director's chair with "Creed III."
In a wide-ranging conversation, Frank Stallone discussed growing up with Sly, writing the music for the classic 1983 musical "Staying Alive" and what advice he has for other celebrity siblings.
Dolph Lundgren shares stories from the making of "Rocky IV" as beloved boxing sequel turns 35.
Sylvester Stallone has joined the cast of James Gunn’s “The Suicide Squad,” the director said on Instagram on Saturday.“Always love working with my friend @officialslystallone & our work today on TheSuicideSquad was no exception,” Gunn wrote on Instagram about the film, a sequel to David Ayer’s 2016 DC Films release “Suicide Squad.” “Despite Sly being an iconic movie star, most people still don’t have any idea what an amazing actor this guy is.”When asked my a fan whether Stallone will be involved with “The Suicide Squad,” Gunn confirmed, “Yep.”Also Read: John Cena's Peacemaker From 'The Suicide Squad' Is Getting an HBO Max Series Written by James GunnStallone recently revealed in an Instagram post that he was on his way to film a scene for the movie; however, it seems the post has been removed.As TheWrap first reported, Gunn wrote the script and will have a completely new take on the property, in which DC supervillains are recruited by the government to carry out secret missions too dirty for the likes of Superman and Batman.The first “Suicide Squad,” which starred Will Smith and Margot Robbie, earned nearly $750 million worldwide on a $175 million budget before promotion and advertising. The film also launched Robbie’s Harley Quinn and Jared Leto’s take on The Joker. But it was not exactly a beloved film — it proved unpopular with critics and fans alike.Also Read: 'The Suicide Squad': James Gunn and Cast Reveal Who the New Characters Are (Video)“The Suicide Squad,” which many hope will offer a course correction after the first film, was written and directed by Gunn and features cast members from the first film along with some new additions. Margot Robbie returns as Harleen Quinzel a.k.a. Harley Quinn. Viola Davis returns as dark ops government operator as Amanda Waller, Joel Kinnaman returns as Rick Flag, the leader of “The Suicide Squad,” and Jai Courtney appears as Captain Boomerang. David Dastmalchian, Daniela Melchior, Pete Davidson, Nathan Fillion, Idris Elba and John Cena also star.See Gunn’s Instagram post below.View this post on Instagram A post shared by James Gunn (@jamesgunn)Read original story Sylvester Stallone Joins ‘The Suicide Squad,’ Director James Gunn Confirms At TheWrap
Jackie Stallone, astrologist to the stars and mother to actor Sylvester Stallone, died on Monday. She was 98. Frank Stallone, the younger brother to Sylvester, made the announcement on Monday night, saying his mother had died that morning. "She was a remarkable woman, working out every day, full of spunk and fearless. She died in […]
James Cameron wrote the original screenplay, John Travolta played a "Star Wars" obsessed soldier and other things you didn't know about one of the defining action movies of the 1980s.
Sylvester Stallone is cheering on Nick Cordero after the Broadway star woke up from his medically induced coma. Amanda Kloots shared the sweet video.
“Cats” won the “honor” of the Worst Picture prize of 2019 from the Razzies, and John Travolta and Hilary Duff were deemed to have given the worst performances of the year.The Universal musical film “Cats” also picked up Razzies for Rebel Wilson for Worst Supporting Actress, James Corden for Worst Supporting Actor, Worst Director Tom Hooper and Worst Screenplay for Hooper and Lee Hall. The film also won for Worst Screen Combo for what the awards cattily described as “any two half-feline/half-human hairballs” from the film.Travolta won for both his work in “The Fanatic” and “Trading Paint,” and Duff won for her film “The Haunting of Sharon Tate,” in which she played the iconic ’60s starlet in a horror film.Also Read: Judi Dench Hasn't Seen 'Cats' - But She's Amused by Her Razzie Nom for Worst Supporting ActressSylvester Stallone’s (hopefully) final turn as Rambo in “Rambo: Last Blood” also picked up a pair of prizes for Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel and Worst Reckless Disregard for Human Life and Public Property.Eddie Murphy was snubbed at the Oscars themselves for his work in “Dolemite Is My Name,” but he beat out Adam Sandler for the Razzies’ Redeemer Award, which recognizes strong performances from past honorees of the Razzies.The 40th edition of the Razzie Awards was meant to be broadcast last Saturday, but the presentation was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Not only that, the awards generally take place the day before the Oscars but were delayed because the Academy Awards moved to early February for their earliest date on the awards calendar ever.The Razzies released a video announcing the winners, which you can see above. And the full list of Razzie Awards is below:WORST PICTURE“Cats”WORST ACTORJohn Travolta / “The Fanatic” & “Trading Paint”WORST ACTRESSHilary Duff / “The Haunting of Sharon Tate”WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESSRebel Wilson / “Cats”WORST SUPPORTING ACTORJames Corden / “Cats”WORST SCREEN COMBOAny Two Half-Feline/Half-Human Hairballs / “Cats”WORST SCREENPLAY“Cats” / Screenplay by Lee Hall and Tom HooperWORST DIRECTORTom Hooper / “Cats”WORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL“Rambo: Last Blood”WORST RECKLESS DISREGARD for HUMAN LIFE and PUBLIC PROPERTY“Rambo: Last Blood”RAZZIE® REDEEMER AWARDEddie Murphy / “Dolemite Is My Name”Read original story ‘Cats’ Wins Razzie Award for Worst Picture, John Travolta Wins Worst Actor At TheWrap
Facebook has enlisted Hollywood stars Chris Rock and Sylvester Stallone for its first-ever Super Bowl ad, set to air during Fox's Feb. 2, 2020 telecast. The 60-second spot will highlight Facebook Groups, which lets users create specific communities for people to interact directly with each other. "Facebook for the first time is advertising during the […]
Sylvester Stallone shares an uncanny, symbiotic connection with Rocky, the underdog boxer character he created four decades ago — a kindred spirit who served as his creative muse in spawning one of Hollywood’s most successful film franchises. In his long career Stallone also played another memorable screen role — John Rambo — but Rocky was […]
All day today in Cannes is dedicated to Sylvester Stallone whose 43-year plus storied career is being lauded by the fest. The three-time Oscar nominated filmmaker/actor was at the Hotel du Cap for a junket about Rambo V, sat down for a Masterclass at the Salle Debussy, and will be feted tonight with an early […]
The Emmy winner used Sylvester Stallone, his co-star in 1974’s "The Lords of Flatbush," as inspiration for his beloved "Happy Days" character.
Before he landed "Bloodsport," the "Muscles from Brussels" was desperate to crack into the movie business.
Neither Rocky Balboa nor Adonis Creed is the true heavyweight champ, though, of the Rocky-Creed universe, according to Steven Caple Jr.
"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.
Though the Cold War loomed large in "Rocky IV," the new sequel, "Creed II," completely avoids mentions of Russia's recent meddling in the U.S. election.
In the highly anticipated sequel, which Stallone co-wrote and almost directed, a new generation of fighters — Apollo's son Adonis (Michael B. Jordan) and Ivan's son Viktor (Florian Munteanu) — step into the ring where their predecessors once battled … and one memorably fell.
Rocky may be a teacher rather than a fighter these days, but that doesn't mean that Stallone isn't thinking about his alter ego's in-ring legacy.
Prosecutors have declined to pursue charges against Sylvester Stallone stemming from a sexual abuse accusation made against him, according to paperwork from the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
As filming begins, Sylvester Stallone shares photos from the set of his iconic character, who has a surprising new look.
The new "Creed II" trailer promises an epic showdown between Michael B. Jordan's boxer and the son of his dad's killer.