Sylvester Stallone says Creed II may be his last film as Rocky Balboa: 'All things must pass...and end'
Sylvester Stallone's Rocky franchise was arguably one of the most popular among audiences and a smooth run for its producers
Rocky star Sylvester Stallone said on Wednesday that his upcoming Creed II will be his final film as the iconic boxer, Rocky Balboa. In an Instagram post, Stallone confessed that the sequel to Creed would be his last appearance as the character.
Stallone's Rocky franchise was arguably one of the most popular among audiences and a smooth run for its producers. Having made six films in the series, the makers came up with a spin-off, Creed. This film depicts Michael B Jordan as Adonis Creed.
Creed II sees Stallone come back to the silver screen as an aging Rocky who trains Adonis.
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I am reposting this because there was a technical difficulty. I just want to thank everyone around the whole wide World for taking the Rocky family into their hearts for over 40 years. It’s been my Ultimate privilege to have been able to create and play this meaningful character. Though it breaks my heart, Sadly all things must pass... and end. I love you Kind and generous people , and The most wonderful thing of all , is that ROCKY will never die because he lives on in you ....
The post is a video which shows Stallone giving a speech to the cast and crew of the film. “This is probably my last rodeo,” Stallone says in the video. He describes how the series reached heights of popularity and fame, adding that Creed gave Rocky a new life in a way.
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