Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone in 'Creed,' image courtesy of Warner Bros. Creed continued to hammer at the Thanksgiving weekend box office, snagging another $11.7 million on Black Friday and bringing its cume to $24.18m after its first three days. The film rose a whopping 81% from Thursday to Friday. That's [...]
"Creed" has done right by "Rocky." Sylvester Stallone, who reprises his iconic Rocky Balboa role in "Creed," passed the baton to writer-director Ryan Coogler for this seventh installment of the boxing franchise, and critics are raving at the result. The movie, which stars Michael B. Jordan as...
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Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone in 'Creed,' image courtesy of Warner Bros. If I were a conspiracy theorist, I might presume that Walt Disney and Pixar moved The Good Dinosaur to this weekend, eighteen months after its planned May 2014 debut, specifically so it could come out after Inside Out. The Good Dinosaur is a [...]
Watch, read, help, go, and yaaaaas with the 7 things that are everything this week. CreedIn the newest Rocky sequel, Creed, Sylvester Stallone has traded his boxing gloves for a coach’s corner seat. In the center ring this round is Adonis Johnson Creed (Michael B. Show More Summary
Capone sits down with Robert Rodriguez to talk about his Sylvester Stallone episode of 'The Director's Chair' Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. In addition to being the director of many a franchise (SPY KIDS, EL MARIACHI, MACHETE, SIN CITY), filmmaker Robert Rodriguez is now a television mogul. Show More Summary
There aren't many rivalries in movies as rich in history as that of boxers Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) and Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). For four films in the "Rocky" franchise, the two went from mortal enemies to best of friends. Show More Summary
Creed star Michael B. Jordan shows off his new ripped physique as goes shirtless for the December 2015 cover story of Men’s Fitness. Playing the son of Apollo Creed, Jordan joins Sylvester Stallone for the Rocky spinoff. The athletic role forced Jordan to get into serious shape. Show More Summary
It is a classic slice of pop history: Sylvester Stallone -- aka "Rocky" -- jogging up the steps of the art museum in Philadelphia. For four decades, the boxing saga whose latest chapter hit US screens Wednesday, helped put Philly on the map. Show More Summary
What would Adrian think? We all know that Sylvester Stallone did extremely physical work in the Rocky films, but it turns out that fighting Dolph Lundgren in the fourth film very nearly killed him, both on screen and off. In a recent...Show More Summary
Actor Michael B. Jordan covers Men’s Fitness magazine for its December 2015 issue, and in a new video, Jordan shows off the body that boxing built. Jordan is out promoting his upcoming film Creed, a spin off of the Sylvester Stallone Rocky movi… Read The post Michael B. Show More Summary
Cue the trumpet fanfare; it’s a Rocky movie. No, wait, hold those trumpets, at least for now. Creed is not that kind of Rocky movie. It’s not quite Rocky VII, and not just because Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky Balboa is old and on the sidelines, ceding the spotlight to a young... More »
Sylvester Stallone returns to his roots in this rousing Rocky reboot, which channels the larger-than-life, up-from-your-bootstraps fantasy of the original.
With the release of the new movie Creed, Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) has shifted his position from fighter to trainer, almost certainly for good. While Creed is not a Rocky movie in the strictest of terms, it does give us a reason...Show More Summary
Just for fun, as we wait for the Thursday Creed box office figures, here are my picks for the Sylvester Stallone's five best movies. But the catch is that none of these films involve either Rocky Balboa or John Rambo. So yeah, by default, these won't necessarily be his most successful films [...]
It seems only fitting that, in Creed, Rocky Balboa is reunited with Apollo Creed, at least in spirit. Creed brings Sylvester Stallone back as the aging fighter Rocky, whom audiences have loved since 1979’s Rocky(the film was made in 1976 but wasn’t released until 1979), as a mentor to his late best friend’s illegitimate son... Show More Summary
No. 7 in a series, “Creed’ stars Michael B. Jordan as Sylvester Stallone’s protegé. It’s a rarity, A.O. Scott writes: “a terrific boxing movie.”
Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone deliver a "Rocky" movie that's true to its roots, yet fresh, and sure to deliver an emotional K-O.
%Slideshow-342518%Who knows whether "Creed" (opening Nov. 25), in which Rocky Balboa trains old frenemy Apollo Creed's son (Michael B. Jordan), will be the last time Sylvester Stallone laces up his gloves? Even if it is, he's done more...Show More Summary
Brooklyn - Saoirse Ronan, Jim Broadbent Creed - Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone The Good Dinosaur - Animated; voices of Jeffrey Wright, Frances McDormand Trumbo - Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren Victor Frankenstein - James McAvoy, Daniel Radcliffe