Robert Rodriguez Talks Up Sly Stallone in “The Director’s Chair”

Robert Rodriguez is a true Sylvester Stallone fan.  Recently Sly sat down with Rodriguez for an episode of The Director’s Chair and…

Rodriguez was so impressed with Stallone’s insight and honestly that he wanted to make the episode available for free to everyone. You can watch it on the show’s Facebook Page

Capone from Ain’t It Cool News had a chance to interview Rodriguez about Sly’s appearance on The Director’s Chair and their interview should be required reading for anyone who checks in here.

Stallone Selfie Goes Viral

The photo above went viral this week.  Peter Rowe, Jacob Kerstan and Andrew Wright are college buddies who ran up the famous “Rocky” steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.  When they reached the top they were stunned to find Sylvester Stallone there.  Sly joked with them and agreed to pose for a selfie and the rest is history…

And many other sites…

Sly Drawing 4th Blood?

Robert Sanchez from The Movie posted this on January 6th:

Sly Stallone and his brother Frank showed up at last nights VW shindig and we had to ask what was going on with these two [Rocky and RamboCraig] long rumored projects. To my surprise Stallone mentioned that he had meetings that same day regarding Rambo and that both projects are in the works.

For the full report click HERE.

Thanks to Jamie Eade for the tip! – Craig Premiere Issue: Sly and Rocky VI

Sly is featured on the cover of the premiere edition of Men.Com magazine which made its debut on Monday, September 19th. Not only was Sly on the cover but the feature story was an “exclusive sneak peak preview” of what to expect in “Rocky VI.” Here’s a some of what the press release had to say:

“There”s no one who”s more of a “man”s man” than Sly,” said Phil KearneyChief Marketing Officer for Group2, LLC. “Rocky is an American icon, the American dream brought to life. As a regular contributor to Men.Com MagazineSly will bring not only his unique and extensive experience in the areas of physical training, but will share his personal perspective on fighting the battle against getting older. His real-life experiences eclipse anything that”s been produced in HollywoodSly is an outstanding example of the value of taking care of yourself – he”s on everyone”s “Ten Most Fit” list.”

Sly has starred in more than 40 movies including the “Rambo” and “Rocky” Series, “Copland,” “Judge Dredd,” “Rhinestone,” “Tango & Cash,” “Cobra,” “Cliffhanger,” “The Good Life,” “The Specialist,” “Demolition Man” and “The Lords of Flatbush,” among others. He is an acclaimed writer, producer and director, the editor of “Sly” – a men”s lifestyle and fitness magazine – and has developed his own brand of successful nutritional supplements.

Sly is a significant figure in the minds of men everywhere,” Kearney said. “His association with Men.Com Magazine is a further step we”ve taken to make the magazine stand-out from the crowd and to provide our readers with unique, significant and relevant editorial that will impact their lives.”


Sly in Training for “ROCKY VI”

On September 16, 2005, posted the following:

Actor SYLVESTER STALLONE will be a tragic widower in the forthcoming film ROCKY VI following the death of his screen wife ADRIAN.

The 59-year-old is currently in training to begin shooting the sixth part of the iconic boxing series – and the movie will open with ROCKY BALBOA grieving by his late wife’s graveside.

In the film Rocky makes a boxing comeback and returns to the ring one last time.

While this isn’t “new” news, it is nice to see that it’s still newsworthy! – Craig

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