Sylvester Stallone. Schauspieler • Producer • Sprecher • Regisseur • Drehbuchautor • Choreograf. Mit der Figur des Boxers „Rocky“ und der. Sylvester Stallone teilt auch nach mehreren Jahrzehnten als Actionfilmstar immer noch gerne aus. Für seinen neuen Film "Samaritan" wird er. Sylvester Enzio „Sly“ Stallone ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, Filmregisseur, Drehbuchautor und Filmproduzent. Er wurde dreimal für den Oscar und ebenso oft für den Golden Globe Award nominiert. Mit Letzterem wurde er ausgezeichnet.
Sage StalloneSage Moonblood Stallone (* 5. Mai in Los Angeles, Kalifornien; † Juli ebenda) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Filmregisseur. Sylvester Enzio „Sly“ Stallone ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, Filmregisseur, Drehbuchautor und Filmproduzent. Er wurde dreimal für den Oscar und ebenso oft für den Golden Globe Award nominiert. Mit Letzterem wurde er ausgezeichnet. Mit seinen Filmen um den Boxer Rocky Balboa und den ehemaligen Vietnam-Kämpfer John Rambo wurde Sylvester Stallone zum Action-Idol der achtziger.
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Exercise, I tell people, can kill you. It's double-edged. It's good for you but you've got to know what you're doing.
Your joints become fragile after a certain point. When you're 20, they're like rubber. But now No way.
Can't do it. I eat healthy Monday to Friday, pig out on the weekend, gain pounds, then lose it again Monday to Friday. No need to starve, or suffer!
Think about it - the force of will and the fact that he is successful in three diverse and impossibly difficult areas. The politics of bodybuilding?
Forget about it. And he was and is the most influential bodybuilder who ever lived, by far. Then, in Hollywood, with his background of being Austrian and all this baggage of not being American, and he became No.
And then politics, it's off-the-chart hard, he's the governor of California. That's all, just the governor of the biggest state in population.
This is not some city council somewhere. And he would make it as a presidential candidate. It's mind-blowing. If politicians really told the truth they'd be fired and Washington would be an overgrown parking lot.
Sad but true. You have to grab life by the throat and squeeze before it grabs you by your neck and breaks it.
Own your destiny. Being ignorant is like getting dressed for Prom Night in the dark. You think you are looking good until somebody turns your lights on.
Doing The Expendables was brutal; no time, no rest and more difficult then the last three Rambos put together. Halloween is the only time people can become what they want to be without getting fired.
It's an audience's inalienable right, when they go to a theater, to see something truly extraordinary, something that borders on day-dreamism.
I like a good adversary. It makes you lose sleep and want to get up on the morning and go to the gym. Rambo is me before coffee in the morning.
Rocky is me after coffee. Rambo has reverted into kind of like an id: primitive, reactive and instinctual - almost like an animal. I love this character because because he hasn't quite been fleshed out.
He's like an errant knight, looking to die in a glorious fashion. He has no desire to go into old age or have a family. Rocky is the antithesis: he cannot live without a family.
So you've got the American Frankenstein monster, then you have the American dream. I thought it was not the proper message.
There had been close to , suicides by returning Vietnam vets. I said, "Why don't we take him right to the edge without annihilating him?
I want to do some sequels, brother. Pure passion on every level. We'd be blessed to have him. A real long shot, but life is a long shot - right?
But who needs an assault weapon? Like really, unless you're carrying out an assault. You can't hunt with it. Who is going to attack your house - an army?
Every time I use social media I get really in trouble! I think George Clooney said it best when he said you've got to be an idiot to be a celebrity and use Twitter.
You wake up in the morning when you're sober and your career is over! You've got to be really, really careful.
You think you're a genius up there in the middle of the night and you wake up an idiot. I turned down Witness , which was great because I've never had a love affair with an Amish chick!
I'm doing Rocky and the next theatre over it's Taxi Driver - he was there with the mohawk, bloody nose, that took some guts to do. I really admire that he just wants to keep going.
It was great working with Bobby because he's the complete antithesis of who I am. He's modest, he's quiet, he's reserved and I learned a lot from him.
You can teach a guy to punch, but the person receiving it has to have the body movement. It starts with the feet, the swivelling of the ankles, the knees and the hips, and then the head goes last.
If you just throw punches using your arms it looks like flailing. So there are still interesting avenues out there. I want to get, if possible, the most unique actors from the past and just put 'em out there once and for all, you know?
It just seems like an interesting And we're certainly not getting any younger. Well, you know Clint Eastwood is so involved with what he's doing, so that's kind of a pipe dream.
And I think we've accomplished it. People think it's easy to make a sequel. It's not, because you've lost the element of surprise. How do you keep putting on layers without getting too pretentious or trying too hard - you know, when in doubt, shout.
Steven Seagal said that he, 'Didn't associate with that kind of element' - meaning me. So I slammed him up against a wall.
At that time, our testosterone was running full bore. He was full of his height and I was full of But we made up.
He can be very abstract. I am an artistic businessman, both. I think you have to be. It's a matter of self-preservation.
I was taken off the streets and put into the limos and then groomed and pushed out in poster sales and advertising sporting equipment and whatever It just kept building and building - I thought everybody liked me; this is the thing to do.
Success is like a jet stream; it just sucks you along. The identification is so close that I had to stop smoking 'cause people were so offended.
They'd say, 'You aren't in training? Rocky wouldn't smoke I have been so rewarded by the character. I can't bite the hand that feeds me.
It's a fact of life; it's something that I'll always be judged against. Every film I do is going to be judged against Rocky It's a fact.
I can't fight it anymore. I didn't know anybody so I was sort of in the corner, feeling very awkward.
He walked over and said, "I'd like to introduce myself. My name is John Wayne. I saw your film, and you were very good. I felt like I knew exactly what those guys were feeling at night.
Incredible dedication. Joel Edgerton , those were real performances. I think that the way it was positioned was, just a fight film. But what Tom Hardy , Joel Edgerton and Nick Nolte did was, fantastic acting.
I was taken aback by how good they were. I think if people had seen it in a Cain and Abel context, it might have been perceived as more of a cautionary tale rather than just a fight film.
What had happened is, he didn't quite agree with the subject matter on the second one and just said, "I don't want to do it. Why not direct it.
Paradise Alley hadn't come out yet. I started directing Rocky II and decided to work backwards, doing the fight first. So I'm directing that and we move to Philadelphia, and I'm nervous because, how can I come close to Rocky, as a director, but I'm trying.
Paradise Alley comes out, and I go to see it during lunch and there are four people in the theater. In Philadelphia, of all places.
I went "Oh my God. It didn't work out that badly for Paradise Alley, but my confidence was at an all-time low that day, and I had to tell myself, just keep punching.
Again, a film that didn't find an audience, but I thought Rutger Hauer was incredible. Maybe it was that urban terrorism wasn't perceived as a serious threat then, and they said, "Well, this so far-fetched," but I liked that film a lot.
That was a tough movie. We shot nights, like 40 in a row. The shoot lived up to its title. I had pushed a little too far and had an erratic heartbeat.
So I said, maybe I should do a film that I can have pancakes and French Toast every morning and not stay on a treadmill for hours a day.
That was Cop Land I had a great time working with Jim Mangold, De Niro and Keitel, and Ray Liotta. This was such a blessing, and I enjoyed it so much.
If I could have stayed there, I would have. I loved doing ensemble work with Mangold and Harvey Weinstein really made a solid film.
Creed has left me with the same good feeling. I think that there's a preconceived notion that an action film is a mindless exercise in visual dexterity.
Quite often, they're right. But when you do it in a proper way, say like The Bourne Identity , it's really intriguing, isn't it? You're able to combine all the different skill sets, acting, visual, and the kinetic energy.
But it doesn't happen very often, and when you hear the word, "Action," you say, "Okay, the guy really can't act; all he can do is be very, very physical," In a sense you are considered more of an empty vessel.
I get that just comes with the territory, and that if you stick around too long, it becomes kind of your epithet. The best thing about getting older is There's zero good in getting older.
I love Donald Trump. He's a great Dickensian character. You know what I mean? There are certain people like Arnold, Babe Ruth , that are bigger than life.
But I don't know how that translates to running the world. I've always thought of Rocky as an individual that was chosen to take a journey that would bring together many "broken" people, including himself, and this group would achieve success because of their newfound self-respect.
Good old-fashioned Christian values, nothing wrong with that. Judge Dredd From what I recall, the whole project was troubled from the beginning.
The philosophy of the film was not set in stone - by that I mean "Is this going to be a serious drama or with comic overtones" like other science fiction films that were successful?
So a lotta pieces just didn't fit smoothly. It was sort of like a feathered fish. Some of the design work on it was fantastic and the sets were incredibly real, even standing two feet away, but there was just no communication.
I knew we were in for a long shoot when, for no explainable reason Danny Cannon , who's rather diminutive, jumped down from his director's chair and yelled to everyone within earshot, "FEAR me!
Everyone should FEAR me! The British crew was taking bets on his life expectancy. Asked if he'd ever play a villain I wouldn't be opposed to playing a truly horrific individual.
God knows I saw enough of that growing up. The thing is Maybe a remake of When Harry Beat Sally. On writing controversies First of all, as for Chuck Wepner , he knows the truth and it had nothing do to do with his "personal life.
Second of all, I suppose James Cameron has a point, but in his original draft it took nearly pages to have any action initiated and Rambo was partnered with a tech-y sidekick.
So it was more than just politics that were put into the script. This is a list of his acting roles as well as directing, screenwriting, producing credits.
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