We are all aware of the fact that Sylvester Stallone likes to kick butt. However, lately his butt-kicking has been scripted and limited to the movies, particularly the Expendables franchise. Sylvester Stallone has been in the action movie business for a long time, starting with the bombastic action thriller franchise Rambo. First Blood hit theaters in 1982 and was co-written by Stallone and Ted Kotcheff. The movie was primarily based on a novel of the same name released back in 1972. Rambo was a major hit, not only in United States but also worldwide.
Another favorite of Sylvester Stallone in United States of America is that of the boxing classic, Rocky Balboa. Rocky earned three Oscars in 1976, including Best Picture award as well. This is a movie that came to theaters earlier than Rambo, in the 1970s era. The movies in the Rocky franchise were highly motivational and inspired a lot of young people all over the world. Surprisingly, the movie was shot within a month and made millions on the box office.
With so many successful sequels, this movie is the least people expected to be remade. Right now, it seems like things are quite different. Presently, Sylvester Stallone is in the middle of development of the next movie in the Rocky franchise, known as Creed. Creed will be the seventh film in this franchise and right now, it’s being filmed in Aston, Pennsylvania.
Reports indicate that Sylvester Stallone was involved in a real-life brawl that took place this week, in the set of Creed. He had to bust out some of his classic moves in order to stop the fight. Sources indicate that the actor in the boxing ring jumped out during a film scene and attacked the person, playing his corner coach.
Reports also indicate that the fight was short, and Sylvester Stallone had to jump in so as to put a stop to it and prevent the situation from getting worse. However, people right now wish to know the cause of this fight but sources didn’t confirm what happened. Filming throughout the day remained normal without any further incidents. The crews for this project has been filming in several areas throughout Philadelphia and neighboring locations.