Rocky Balboathe sixth installment within the saga of the boxer who embodied Sylvester Stalloneserved in 2006 as a comeback for both the titular character and the series as a whole, following the disappointment of Rocky V. in 1990. Stallone has a special place in his heart for this sequel, which relaunched the franchise after 16 years, and now (more than a decade after its release), the actor reveals why the film represents the “toughest challenge” you’ve ever faced.
the actor of Rambo he was incredibly nostalgic on Instagram, where he shared a behind-the-scenes look at a training session for Rocky Balboathe sixth part of the story of the legendary boxer from Philadelphia. sly he went all-in on the film, and not just from a physical standpoint. In his post, the actor discussed what it took to make the sequel exist in the first place:
“I love the sixth installment. It was the toughest challenge I’ve ever had. It took over 12 years for it to happen… Nobody wanted to do it. Absolutely nobody. It was considered a joke. But in my heart I loved the idea and I thought if I’m going to go out, I want to go out and make this movie. Even though no one involved with the other previous productions wanted anything to do with it, and it was finally done against the odds!”
Despite the adversities the film faced while in production, Sylvester Stallone he was able to make the movie he wanted. He knew the sequel would be what viewers wanted from the aging boxer and, today, that story serves as the actor’s proudest moment. What would our lives be without that iconic monologue from Sly to his son (Milo Ventimiglia) about the importance of continuing to move forward despite adversity? the actor of The indestructibles He went on to explain how the making of the 2006 film compared:
“When people ask me what is your most memorable movie moment, I say Rocky Balboa, definitely. That was the final challenge. The first Rocky movie, of course, was amazing… [incluso ganó Mejor Película en los Oscar]. But this was an almost impossible dream. I pushed that rock uphill for 12 long years against overwhelming negativity until it finally happened… almost by accident. Someday I will tell the whole story.”
Hopefully Sly will actually tell the rest of that story one day. While the sixth film did a lot for the franchise’s legacy, the Academy Award-nominated star also gives it even more credit, as he attributes his success to the creation of believe: “The irony is that if Rocky Balboa had never been made, the Creed story would never have been made. My thanks to MGM. So, he keeps hitting!”
The franchises of creed and rocky will be united forever thanks to the work of Sylvester Stallone and Ryan Coogler (who conceived the idea of the first) Michael B Jordan (who plays Creed and will direct the new movie), as well as many others. MGM certainly deserves credit for taking a chance on the Philadelphia-bred wrestler, who last appeared on the big screen in Creed II, where he also met dolph lundgren and the iconic Soviet fighter, Ivan Drago.
While Stallone will reportedly not appear in Creed III (due to premiere later this year), the 75-year-old actor clearly still has a lot of love for his iconic character and a surprise cameo isn’t out of reach. He always shares images recalling the movies or some moment from behind the scenes, and that love for the saga extends to the fansboth new and old.
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Why Sylvester Stallone Says The Sixth Rocky Movie Was “The Biggest Challenge Of His Life”
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