Sylvester Stallone, who in the mid-seventies, when the general public broke the boksfilm, Rocky, has a regret that he was not in the contract that he (partly) owns the rights to the character, and that he has changed his mind. The actor is to let you know, no single ownership of Rocky, which he did in a total of eight times of grief.
The 73-year-old actor says in the interview with Variety that he blames his own naivete, as well as by the producers was “lied to”. “They told me,” You will be paid for, so why tell you about it?'”
Later on, Stallone crazy about it, but he was afraid to out of fear of the future roles, and to lose it is not against the producers, in order to go. “They say sometimes that Hollywood is like being with someone who has a knife in your back, again. They are trying to cover-up.”
New Rocky movie is coming out’
Stallone explains in the interview, also, they are working on a new installment from the Rocky series. That is a street fighter who is unlawfully present in the United States and be in touch with Stallone’s character, Rocky Balboa. The actor is currently busy with the project, and that he may also be in writing.
In addition, the Americans also engaged in a prequelserie of the Rockies, which may be transmitted to a streaming service. Details on this are yet to be announced.
Stallone broke up in 1976 with Rocky, a film he wrote himself. At the age of fourteen, then there were four more sequels out of. In particular, in the fifth part, it was poorly received, for a bit of a disappointment in his career Stallone made.
In 2006, he came back with Rocky Balboa, which was a hit as it was. The film was followed by its spin-off ‘ Creed and the Creed, II.
Rico Verhoeven makes a strong impression on the Creed, the actor Michael B. Jordan