The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" says "there's no stopping me" from returning to the action franchise, if Sylvester Stallone still wants to make another sequel.
Recently, while accepting a Critics' Choice award for supporting actor for his reprised role in the "Rocky" spinoff "Creed," Sylvester Stallone looked out at the crowd and mumbled, "Oh, my God," as they collectively rose and gave him a standing ovation. A few days later, sitting in a Beverly Hills...
Reminiscing about his career, Sylvester Stallone is reminded of shooting the original "Rocky" nearly 30 years ago: "The original ending was that the crowd explodes at the end of the fight, Rocky went the distance. Rocky doesn't care, he's just looking for Adrian. I see her in the distance and people...
Sylvester Stallone doesn't know how much more of Rocky Balboa's story needs to be told, hinting he may not return for 'Creed 2'.
Michael B. Jordan flashes a smile alongside Jonas Tahlin, CEO Absolut Elyx, while attending his birthday party celebration at a private residence on Tuesday (February 9) in Los Angeles. The (newly) 29-year-old actor’s Creed co-star Sylvester Stallone, who’s nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 2016 Oscars, recently opened up about Micheal and director Ryan [...]
Rumblings about a sequel to Creed began as soon as the first film became a box office hit and a critical darling. The possibilities for future Adonis Creed stories feel limitless – you just have to ask his mentor Rocky Balboa, who has graced the screen seven times now. Show More Summary
With the success of Creed, both Sylvester Stallone and the Rocky franchise have returned to a place of success and critical acclaim. It's no surprise that they're looking at the possibility of following it up with another movie. However,...Show More Summary
Welp. Wonder what that means for the CREED sequel. Read more...
When Sylvester Stallone was told there were no parts for him, he wrote his own. Sylvester Stallone wasn’t born a leading man. Complications at birth left the son of a hairdresser with nerve damage that slurred his speech and curled his lips into a permanent snarl. Show More Summary
Creed's Sylvester Stallone has said he's considered staying home on the big night. We consider his consideration.
The actor, who has been nominated for an Oscar for his performance, speaks about his work on the film and his career.
Alicia Vikander flashes a smile alongside Sylvester Stallone while attending The Hollywood Reporter’s Nominees Night Party 2016 held at Spago on Monday (February 8) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 27-year-old actress and Sylvester, 69, who are both nominated in the Supporting Actor and Actress categories at the 2016 Oscars, were joined at the event by [...]
He still went though…. Sylvester Stallone Almost Skipped 88th Annual Academy Awards After his costar and director got snubbed by the Academy Awards, Sylvester Stallone almost scrapped plans to attend the celebration. According to Sly he was so offended that
Sylvester Stallone will not be among those boycotting this year’s Academy Awards ceremony, but the 69-year-old actor certainly did consider it. Stallone won a Golden Globe last month for his performance as his iconic character, Rocky Balboa, and is considered a front-runner at this year’s Oscars. Show More Summary
Sylvester Stallone is one stand up guy! The 69-year-old may have forgotten to thank his Creed director Ryan Coogler and costar Michael B. Jordan during his Golden Globes acceptance speech — but he's certainly not leaving them in the dust for the Oscars! In fact, the actor told reporters at a luncheon for Oscar nominees on Monday [...]
Expendables 4 is finally in the works, and we’ve just been given a lot of casting information about the upcoming flick. While some of the news is unfortunate – the franchise will be losing one of its major stars – some of it, such as new and interesting additions to the cast, will undoubtedly please... Show More Summary
Sylvester Stallone might have forgotten to thank Michael B. Jordan and Ryan Coogler during his Golden Globe speech, but he gave his Creed co-star and helmer nothing but praise during a Monday Oscar nominee luncheon. The 69-year-old actor revealed he even considered boycotting the Academy Awards out of respect for... More »
As reported by The Wrap, Sylvester Stallone briefly considered boycotting the Academy Awards over the #OscarsSoWhite controversy. Stallone is nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his work in Creed, which was directed by an African-American guy and stars an African-American guy—neither of whom were nominated. Show More Summary
Every year the Academy Awards are a big deal watched by hundreds of millions of people around the world. It's like the Super Bowl of celebrities dressed up all fancy. This year, however, the controversy over the lack of diversity inShow More Summary
Sylvester Stallone wanted to boycott the event, but before stepping out, he did what he thought was best: he sought advice from Creed's director, Ryan Coogler.