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Temple to host 'Rocky' workout on famed steps of Philly museum

It may not be Rome, but Temple is trying to offer players and fans a unique experience as the Owls plan to hold a ‘Rocky’-themed workout similar to the one featured in the classic 1976 Sylvester Stallone movie. Players will follow the lead of “the most iconic Philadelphia champion, boxer Rocky...

Floyd Mayweather Vs. Conor McGregor: Sylvester Stallone Picks Side, Says His Bet Is ‘Real-Life Rocky’

Legendary actor Sylvester Stallone is weighing in on the highly anticipated fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather. The Rocky star has his eyes set on the UFC champion, calling him a “real-life Rocky.” Earlier this week, TMZ caught up with the veteran actor and asked about his bet on the McGregor vs. Show More Summary

John Avildsen, Oscar-Winning Director Of 'Rocky,' Dead At 81

(Reuters) - John Avildsen, the Oscar-winning director who made Hollywood’s quintessential underdog story in 1976 boxing saga “Rocky” with a then-unknown Sylvester Stallone, and crafted another inspiring tale in “The Karate Kid,” died...Show More Summary

'Rocky' Director John G. Avildsen Dies at 81, Sylvester Stallone Pays Tribute

Director John G. Avildsen has sadly passed away at the age of 81. The Oscar-winning director died after a battle with pancreatic cancer, his son Anthony told the Los Angeles Times. He was best known for directing Rocky as well as the first three Karate Kid films. Rocky star Sylvester Stallone took to his Instagram [...]

John Avildsen Dies: Oscar-Winning ‘Rocky’ Director And ‘Karate Kid’ Helmer Was 81

John G. Avildsen, who won the Best Director Oscar for 1977’s Best Picture winner Rocky that introduced the world to Sylvester Stallone, and who later helmed three Karate Kid movies, has died in Los Angeles. He was 81. The Los Angeles...Show More Summary

'Rocky' director John G. Avildsen dies at 81

Oscar-winning director John G. Avildsen, whose “Rocky” sent a shot of adrenaline through movie theaters and turned Sylvester Stallone into one of cinema’s most unforgettable boxers, has died at 81. Avildsen’s eldest son, Anthony, said the filmmaker died of pancreatic cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical...

'Rocky' director John G. Avildsen dies at 81

Oscar-winning director John G. Avildsen, whose “Rocky” sent a shot of adrenaline through movie theaters and turned Sylvester Stallone into one of cinema’s most unforgettable boxers, has died at 81. Avildsen’s eldest son, Anthony, said the filmmaker died of pancreatic cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical...

Sylvester Stallone is rooting for 'real life Rocky' Conor McGregor

Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor goes down on August 26th in Las Vegas, which means we're gonna have over two months of experts arguing about how badly Conor McGregor is going to lose. So just to switch things up a little, why don't...Show More Summary

Sylvester Stallone's Rooting for Conor McGregor, 'He's the Real-Life Rocky'

Sylvester Stallone says he's Team McGregor all the way -- telling TMZ Sports he believes Conor has a real shot against Floyd Mayweather.  "Then again, I live my life in fantasy," Stallone joked.  Sly is a huge boxing fan -- but he's also…

Predator Is Brilliant Because It's Rambo, But With An Alien

As Hollywood legend tells it, 1987's Predator -- which turns 30 today -- was directly inspired by the Rocky series. But the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic even more closely resembles Sylvester Stallone's other big 1980s franchise, Rambo, specifically 1985's First Blood Part II. Show More Summary

E.L. Woody, the self-proclaimed 'King of the Paparazzi', dies at 70

He didn’t meet Sylvester Stallone on the best of nights, and it didn’t go much better the time he bumped into Kiefer Sutherland. But Mark Wahlberg liked E.L. Woody, at least enough to cast him in HBO’s hit series “Entourage.” Wahlberg’s marching orders for Woody were clear enough — just play yourself....

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger snap an A+ picture with an alligator

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are very good at taking pictures together. Don’t believe me? Exhibit A Exhibit B Exhibit (...)

‘Rambo’ Remake’s Tiger Shroff & Siddharth Anand On Building An Indian Action Hero – Cannes Studio

Indian actor Tiger Shroff is taking on a big challenge, stepping into the role of Rambo for an upcoming Hindi remake. The character was introduced in 1982’s First Blood, which of course starred Sylvester Stallone — and he recently encouraged the filmmakers in their task (see below). Show More Summary

Sylvester Stallone Champions Rambo Bollywood Remake

Sylvester Stallone wishes the Rambo Bollywood remake good luck after the production finds their lead actor.

The Bee Gees fared as well in '80s as the movie 'Staying Alive'

Yesterday we examined Sylvester Stallone in front of the screen but today we catch Sly behind the camera and make amends with the Bee Gees with their slow jam Someone Belonging To Someone.

Karl Urban May Be Returning To Mega-City One In New ‘Judge Dredd’ Series

last monthHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

For anyone who has ever sat down and read a single issue of 2000 AD’s Judge Dredd comic, they knew the first film released in 1995 starring Sylvester Stallone was a far cry from the source material. Thankfully, Hollywood got its act together in 2012 and released Dredd starring Karl Urban in the titular role. […]

Only the music was a winner in Stallone's flick 'Over The Top'

Sylvester Stallone owned the '80s with three Rambo movies, two more Rocky sequels and seven other movies ranging from underrated (Nighthawks) to down-right embarrassing (Rhinestone). Many of Stallone's movies had winning songs even if the movies themselves were a stinkaroo like Winner Takes It All from …

‘Chuck’ Film About Boxer Chuck Wepner Spotlights Coalescence of Sports, Race and Politics

last monthNews : Truthdig

The heavyweight underdog—who almost went the distance against Muhammad Ali—gets his own cinematic treatment after being the inspiration for Sylvester Stallone’s “Rocky” character.

Sylvester Stallone Teams With Jackie Chan In New Film Ex-Baghdad

Action legend Sylvester Stallone will join forces with the comedic kung fu stylings of Jackie Chan in the new film, Ex-Baghdad. An unusual paring for sure, the two veterans of the screen will team up to thwart an attack on a Chinese owned, Iraqi based oil refinery. Show More Summary

Jackie Chan and Slyvester Stallone Team Up for Action Thriller ‘Ex-Baghdad’

Get ready for some adrenaline-pumping action: Jackie Chan and Sylvester Stallone are teaming up on the big screen for Ex-Baghdad, a politically-charged action thriller to be directed by Scott Waugh. The is the first time the two action stars have been paired onscreen, despite their similarly legendary careers throughout the ’80s and ’90s. Show More Summary

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