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Rocky

Rocky Balboa, drittklassiger Berufsboxer aus dem Italienerviertel zu Philadelphia​, erhält die Chance seines Lebens, als es dem regierenden. Pocket-Lint entschied, dass es Zeit war, Rocky Balboa, der Legende, seine Schuld zu geben, indem er jeden Film im Rocky Universe (auch. luuks.eu: Finden Sie Rocky in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€.

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Die Rocky-Filmreihe besteht aus aktuell acht Boxerfilmen ausgehend von Rocky Die Boxdramen wurden von Sylvester Stallone geprägt und zunehmend voran geführt. Der bisher letzte Film, das Spin-off Creed II – Rocky’s Legacy, erschien Rocky (auch bekannt als Rocky – Die Chance seines Lebens) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Boxerfilm des Regisseurs John G. Avildsen mit Sylvester Stallone in. Sylvester Stallone wurde mit seiner Rolle als „Rocky“ weltberühmt. Er wurde für seine Darstellung sogar für den Oscar nominiert. Der Express wertet den Kampfabend als»Maskes Rocky-Horror-Nacht«. Und die Sportredaktion von Deutschlands größter Tageszeitung macht das, was den. Vorwort 7 1. Rocky als Welpe 9 Rockys erste Erinnerungen 10 Rocky lernt seine Großeltern kennen 13 Rockys erstes Gassi-Gehen mit Oma 20 Rockys erstes. luuks.eu: Finden Sie Rocky in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. Rocky Balboa, drittklassiger Berufsboxer aus dem Italienerviertel zu Philadelphia​, erhält die Chance seines Lebens, als es dem regierenden.

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Der Express wertet den Kampfabend als»Maskes Rocky-Horror-Nacht«. Und die Sportredaktion von Deutschlands größter Tageszeitung macht das, was den. Die Rocky-Filmreihe besteht aus aktuell acht Boxerfilmen ausgehend von Rocky Die Boxdramen wurden von Sylvester Stallone geprägt und zunehmend voran geführt. Der bisher letzte Film, das Spin-off Creed II – Rocky’s Legacy, erschien Pocket-Lint entschied, dass es Zeit war, Rocky Balboa, der Legende, seine Schuld zu geben, indem er jeden Film im Rocky Universe (auch. Rocky Pocket-Lint entschied, dass es Zeit war, Rocky Balboa, der Legende, seine Schuld zu geben, indem er jeden Film im Rocky Universe (auch. Rocky. Die 6-teilige Rocky-Filmreihe mit Sylvester Stallone als Robert „Rocky” Balboa in der Hauptrolle startete in den Kinos und wurde im Jahr darauf mit​. Rocky, auch unter dem Verweistitel Rocky – Die Chance seines Lebens bekannt, ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm des Regisseurs John G. Avildsen mit. Mit dem Boxerdrama Rocky schaffte Sylvester Stallone den Durchbruch zum Hollywoodstar und legte den Grundstein für eine lange und erfolgreiche.

Both fighters struggle to get to their feet, but only Rocky is successful. For the first time, Rocky is declared the World Heavyweight Champion; even Apollo shows respect for him as he regains his support from fans for doing a fair fight.

After winning the heavyweight title, Rocky takes advantage of his newfound wealth and fame, appearing in multiple advertisements and television programs, and relishing his new celebrity status.

After defending the title multiple times, he is prepared to retire, but the number one contender, James "Clubber" Lang played by Mr.

T , challenges Rocky publicly. Rocky, after dealing with Mickey's heart attack before the fight, is overpowered by the stronger, hungrier Lang and is knocked out in the second round.

Mickey passes away after the fight, and former rival Apollo Creed steps in, training Rocky to fight in Creed's old style in his old Los Angeles gym and to use more guile and skill.

In the rematch, Rocky outboxes Lang, tiring the stronger fighter out and eventually knocking him out in the third round. After the fight, Apollo calls in his "favor" for training Rocky, which is a one-on-one match between the two of them with no cameras, no media, just man vs.

The film ends as they each throw their first punch. After winning back his title from Clubber Lang, Rocky continues to live the good life, now that he and Apollo are good friends.

Apollo fights instead, and the beating he takes from Drago ends with Apollo dying in Rocky's arms in the ring as Drago coldly watches.

In a montage replete with symbolism, Rocky is shown training in a remote cabin in Siberia with the help of Creed's old trainer Duke, his brother-in-law Paulie, and eventually Adrian, doing exercises such as chopping wood, lifting rocks, running in the snow and climbing a mountain, while Drago is seen in an advanced training facility running on treadmills, utilizing weightlifting machines and injecting steroids to boost his strength.

During the fight, Rocky takes the worst beating of his life but refuses to fall. He eventually wins over the foreign crowd with his display of courage and determination, and he knocks Drago out with seconds left in the final round.

In the aftermath of his fight with Ivan Drago, Rocky Balboa is diagnosed with brain damage and is forced to retire from the ring. Additionally, the Balboa fortune is all gone due to an unscrupulous accountant.

Rocky's family returns to their old neighborhood and Adrian returns to the pet store she used to work at, while in a subplot Rocky Robert Jr.

While training other boxers, Rocky meets a young, hungry boxer named Tommy Gunn played by real-life fighter Tommy Morrison and begins training him which results in a strained relationship with Robert.

Unfortunately, as Tommy begins his rise to fame under Rocky's wing, a sleazy fight promoter named George Washington Duke convinces Tommy that Rocky is holding him back and Tommy leaves Rocky for Duke.

After Tommy wins the heavyweight title, he makes a short speech thanking Duke, and is met with jeers and the familiar chant of "Rocky" from the crowd.

Seething from this insult, as well as being called by publicists as "Rocky's robot" and being told that he's "no Rocky Balboa," Tommy decides to seek out his former mentor for a final showdown.

Rocky starts to walk away from the public challenge, but Paulie decides to let Tommy have a piece of his mind about how Tommy has treated Rocky, and Tommy proceeds to punch Paulie.

Rocky then challenges Tommy outside and the two proceed in a violent bare-knuckle street brawl, which Rocky wins.

Rocky then proceeds to punch Duke for harassing him. In the end, Rocky and Robert reconcile as they run up the steps as father and son.

Long retired, Rocky Balboa still staggers around an ever-changing world; his son is grown and distant, Paulie is working back at the meat plant, and Rocky's wife Adrian has died.

Rocky has opened a restaurant named after his wife, which he stocks with mementos of his prime as he tells his old fight stories to customers.

But when a computer-simulated fight on ESPN depicting a bout between a young Rocky Balboa and the current champion, Mason Dixon Antonio Tarver re-ignites interest in the faded boxer, Rocky discovers he has not lost his fighting spirit and considers an opportunity to prove himself in the ring again.

Rocky almost wins the fight but loses in a split decision just like the first film. Rocky is last seen visiting his wife's grave saying, "Yo, Adrian, we did it.

Adonis "Donnie" Johnson Michael B. Jordan , the illegitimate son of the late former heavyweight champion Apollo Creed, tracks down Rocky Balboa at Adrian's and asks Rocky to become his trainer.

Rocky is reluctant, but eventually agrees. When word gets out that Donnie is Creed's illegitimate son, the handlers of world light heavyweight champion "Pretty" Ricky Conlan, who is forced into retirement by an impending prison term, offer to make Donnie the latter's final challenger—provided that he change his name to Adonis Creed.

Donnie balks at first, wanting to forge his own legacy. However, he eventually agrees. While helping Donnie train, Rocky learns he has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

He is initially unwilling to undergo chemotherapy because it wasn't enough to save Adrian from ovarian cancer. Donnie persuades Rocky to seek treatment and continues training while Rocky recovers.

In a battle reminiscent of Apollo and Rocky's first fight, Donnie fights Conlan in Conlan's hometown of Liverpool and surprises almost everyone by going the distance and pushing Conlan to his limit.

Conlan wins by split decision, but Donnie wins the respect of Conlan and the crowd, with Conlan calling Donnie the future of the light heavyweight division.

Returning to Philadelphia, Donnie and a recovering Rocky both make their way up the Philadelphia Museum steps and look at the skyline. Rocky is reluctant to train Adonis, fearing Adonis will meet the same fate as his father, but Adonis accepts the challenge without him and is badly injured during the fight.

Because of Viktor's disqualification, Adonis retains the title. Viktor demands a rematch, while he is being promoted by his father's supporters who originally abandoned Drago, including Drago's ex-wife, Ludmilla Brigette Nielsen.

Viktor is subjected to vicious training sessions in preparation for the rematch. Rocky comes to Adonis' aid and decides to train him in the Southern California desert, with a different tactic for Adonis to take in Viktor's powerful punches.

The rematch is set in Moscow, and Adonis is able to take Viktor's powerful punches, while leaving Viktor exhausted. Viktor's supporters and his mother leave during the fight with doubt that Viktor will win.

While Rocky later reunites with his son, Robert Milo Ventimiglia and meets his grandson, Adonis goes to his late father's grave, making peace with his late father and honoring his legacy.

In December , Sylvester Stallone confirmed that there are ongoing discussions regarding a third Creed film. That same month, professional boxer Deontay Wilder announced plans to begin a career in acting, stating specifically that he wants to play James "Clubber" Lang 's son in Creed III.

Jordan expressed mutual interest in such a character featuring in the plot of the next installment, while Stallone stated that he wouldn't oppose the casting choice.

Stallone will serve as writer in addition to starring in the film. Conceptualized as an epilogue story, the film is said to be about Rocky befriending a young fighter who is a foreigner, stuck illegally in the United States.

Stallone states: "Rocky meets a young, angry person who got stuck in this country when he comes to see his sister.

He takes him into his life, and unbelievable adventures begin, and they wind up south of the border. In July , Sylvester Stallone announced that there are "ongoing discussions" about a Rocky prequel television series, with the project intended to premiere on a streaming service platform.

Film series producer, Irwin Winkler however, is said to be hesitant in making a television series with concerns regarding how the story would translate to television.

Stallone stated: "There was some conflict there, yes. Avildson, and Best Film Editing. On December 7, , Stallone was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum, for paying tribute to boxers in writing and creating the underdog character of Rocky.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. DVD set containing the first five films. Release date. Running time.

Main article: Rocky. Main article: Rocky II. Main article: Rocky III. Main article: Rocky IV. Main article: Rocky V. Main article: Rocky Balboa film.

Main article: Creed film. Main article: Creed II. Main article: List of Rocky characters. For more details on the reception of each film, see the "Reception" section on each film's article.

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Avildsen , written by and starring Sylvester Stallone. Rocky, a small-time club fighter , gets a shot at the world heavyweight championship.

The film was critically acclaimed and solidified Stallone's career as well as commenced his rise to prominence as a major movie star of that era.

In , the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant".

Rocky is considered to be one of the greatest sports films ever made and was ranked as the second-best in the genre, after Raging Bull , by the American Film Institute in Stallone portrays Rocky in all eight films, wrote seven of the eight films, and directed four of the six titular installments.

In , the heavyweight boxing world champion, Apollo Creed, announces plans to hold a title bout in Philadelphia during the upcoming United States Bicentennial.

However, he is informed five weeks from the fight date that his scheduled opponent is unable to compete due to an injured hand.

With all other potential replacements booked up or otherwise unavailable, Creed decides to spice things up by giving a local contender a chance to challenge him.

Creed selects Rocky Balboa , a journeyman southpaw boxer who fights primarily in small gyms and works as a collector for a loan shark. Rocky meets with promoter George Jergens under the presumption that Creed is seeking local sparring partners.

Rocky undergoes several weeks of unorthodox training, such as using sides of beef as punching bags.

Rocky is later approached by Mickey Goldmill, a former bantamweight fighter who turned trainer and whose gym Rocky frequents, about training him further.

Rocky is not willing initially, as Mickey has not shown much interest in helping him before and sees him as a wasted talent, but eventually accepts the offer.

Adrian's brother, Paulie, helps Rocky get a date with his sister and even offers to work as a corner man with him. Paulie becomes jealous of Rocky's success, but Rocky placates him by agreeing to advertise the meat packing business for which Paulie works, as part of the upcoming fight.

The night before the fight, a sleepless Rocky visits the Philadelphia Spectrum and begins to lose confidence. He confesses to Adrian that he does not believe he can win, but strives to go the distance against Creed, which no other fighter has done, to prove himself to everyone; if he can go the distance, he won't be just "another bum from the neighborhood.

Taking advantage of his overconfidence, Rocky knocks him down in the first round — the first time that Creed has ever been knocked down.

Humbled and worried, Creed takes Rocky more seriously for the rest of the fight, though his ego never fully fades. The fight goes on for the full fifteen rounds, with both combatants sustaining various injuries.

Rocky, with hits to the head and swollen eyes, requires his right eyelid to be cut in order to restore his vision.

Apollo, with internal bleeding and a broken rib, struggles to breathe. As the fight concludes, Creed's superior skill is countered by Rocky's apparently unlimited ability to absorb punches, and his dogged refusal to go down.

As the final round bell sounds, with both fighters locked in each other's arms, they promise to each other that there will be no rematch. After the fight, the sportscasters and the audience go wild.

Jergens announces over the loudspeaker that the fight was "the greatest exhibition of guts and stamina in the history of the ring", and Rocky calls out repeatedly for Adrian, who runs down and comes into the ring as Paulie distracts arena security.

As Jergens declares Creed the winner by virtue of a split decision , , , Adrian and Rocky embrace and profess their love to each other, not caring about the outcome of the fight.

Sylvester Stallone wrote the screenplay for Rocky in three and a half days [ citation needed ] , shortly after watching the championship match between Muhammad Ali and Chuck Wepner that took place at Richfield Coliseum in Richfield, Ohio on March 24, Wepner was TKO'd in the 15th round of the match by Ali, with few expecting him to last as long as he did.

Despite the fact that the match motivated Stallone to begin work on Rocky , [6] he has subsequently denied that Wepner provided any inspiration for the script.

Wepner filed a lawsuit which was eventually settled with Stallone for an undisclosed amount. Rumar and Larry Kubik.

Stallone submitted the script to Rumar and Kubik, who immediately saw the potential for the script to be made into a motion picture.

Rumar and Kubik shopped the script to various producers and studios in Hollywood but were repeatedly rejected because Stallone insisted that he be cast in the lead role.

Eventually, Rumar and Kubik secured a meeting with Winkler-Chartoff productions. After repeated negotiations with Rumar and Kubik, Winkler-Chartoff agreed to a contract for Stallone to be the writer and also star in the lead role for Rocky.

Stallone later said that he would never have forgiven himself, had the film become a success with somebody else in the lead.

The producers also collateralized any possible losses with their big-budget entry, New York, New York whose eventual losses were covered by Rocky 's success.

Although Chartoff and Winkler were enthusiastic about the script and the idea of Stallone playing the lead character, they were hesitant about having an unknown headline the film.

The producers also had trouble casting other major characters in the story, with Apollo Creed and Adrian cast unusually late by production standards.

Real-life boxer Ken Norton was initially sought for the role of Apollo Creed , but he pulled out and the role was ultimately given to Carl Weathers.

According to The Rocky Scrapbook , Carrie Snodgress was originally chosen to play Adrian, but a money dispute forced the producers to look elsewhere.

Susan Sarandon auditioned for the role but was deemed too pretty for the character. After Talia Shire 's ensuing audition, Chartoff and Winkler, along with Avildsen, insisted that she play the part.

Boxer Joe Frazier has a cameo appearance in the film. The character of Apollo Creed was influenced by outspoken boxer Muhammad Ali who fought Frazier three times.

During the 49th Academy Awards ceremony in , Ali and Stallone staged a brief comic confrontation to show Ali was not offended by the film.

Some of the plot's most memorable moments—Rocky's carcass-punching scenes and Rocky running up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art , as part of his training regimen—are taken from the real-life exploits of Joe Frazier, for which he received no credit.

Due to the film's comparatively low budget, members of Stallone's family played minor roles. His father rings the bell to signal the start and end of a round, his brother Frank plays a street corner singer, and his first wife, Sasha, was stills photographer.

Principal photography for Rocky began on January 9, Rocky is often erroneously cited as the first film to use the Steadicam, although it was actually the third, after Bound for Glory and Marathon Man.

Certain elements of the story were altered during filming. The original script had a darker tone: Mickey was portrayed as racist , and the script ended with Rocky throwing the fight after realizing he did not want to be part of the professional boxing world after all.

During filming, both Stallone and Weathers suffered injuries during the shooting of the final fight; Stallone suffered bruised ribs and Weathers suffered a damaged nose, the opposite injuries of what their characters had.

The first date between Rocky and Adrian, in which Rocky bribes a janitor to allow them to skate after closing hours in a deserted ice skating rink, was shot that way only because of budgetary pressures.

This scene was originally scheduled to be shot in a skating rink during regular business hours. However, the producers decided that they could not afford to hire the hundreds of extras that would have been necessary for that scene.

The poster seen above the ring before Rocky fights Apollo Creed shows Rocky wearing red shorts with a white stripe when he actually wears white shorts with a red stripe.

When Rocky points this out, he is told that "it doesn't really matter, does it? The musical score for Rocky was composed by Bill Conti , who previously composed a score for director John G.

Avildsen 's W. Rocky received positive reviews at the time of its release. The film, however, did not escape criticism.

Vincent Canby , of The New York Times , called it "pure '30s make believe" and dismissed both Stallone's acting and Avildsen's directing, calling the latter "none too decisive".

The site's consensus states: "This story of a down-on-his-luck boxer is thoroughly predictable, but Sylvester Stallone's script and stunning performance in the title role brush aside complaints.

In , Rocky was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Rocky received ten Oscar nominations at the 49th Academy Awards , winning three: [58]. The Directors Guild of America awarded Rocky its annual award for best film of the year in , and in , Sylvester Stallone's original screenplay for Rocky was selected for the Writers Guild of America Award as the 78th best screenplay of all time.

In June , AFI revealed its " Ten top Ten "—the best ten films in ten "classic" American film genres—after polling over 1, people from the creative community.

Rocky was acknowledged as the second-best film in the sports genre, after Raging Bull. In , The Hollywood Reporter polled hundreds of Academy members, asking them to re-vote on past controversial decisions.

Academy members indicated that, given a second chance, they would award the Oscar for Best Picture to All the President's Men instead.

Rocky has also appeared on several of the American Film Institute 's Years lists. In July , Stallone said in an interview that there have been ongoing discussions about a prequel to the original film based on the life of a young Rocky Balboa.

The famous scene of Rocky running up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art has become a cultural icon, with the steps acquiring the vernacular title of "Rocky Steps".

Differing opinions of the statue and its placement led to a relocation to the sidewalk outside the Spectrum Arena, although the statue was temporarily returned to the top of the steps in for Rocky V , and again in for the 30th anniversary of the original Rocky although this time it was placed at the bottom of the steps.

Later that year, it was permanently moved to a spot next to the steps. The scene is frequently parodied in the media. In the movie You Don't Mess with the Zohan , Zohan's nemesis, Phantom, goes through a parodied training sequence finishing with him running up a desert dune and raising his hands in victory.

In the fourth-season finale of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air , as the credits roll at the end of the episode, Will is seen running up the same steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art; however, as he celebrates after finishing his climb, he passes out in exhaustion, and while he lies unconscious on the ground, a pickpocket steals his wallet and his wool hat.

In The Nutty Professor , there is a scene where Sherman Klump Eddie Murphy struggles to and eventually succeeds at running up a lengthy flight of steps on his college campus, victoriously throwing punches at the top.

In , E! During the Summer Olympics torch relay, Philadelphia native Dawn Staley was chosen to run up the museum steps. In , Presidential candidate John Kerry ended his pre-convention campaign at the foot of the steps before going to Boston to accept his party's nomination for president.

Upon the film's release, a paperback novelization of the screenplay was written by Rosalyn Drexler under the pseudonym Julia Sorel and published by Ballantine Books in Several video games have also been made based on the film.

Another was released in for the Sega Master System. Due to copyright reasons it was quickly renamed "Rocco".

A musical was written by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens lyrics and music , with the book by Thomas Meehan , based on the film. The musical premiered in Hamburg , Germany in October It began performances at the Winter Garden Theater on Broadway on February 11, , and officially opened on March 13, The film Chuck depicts Chuck Wepner , his title fight with the heavyweight champion, Muhammad Ali , and the fight's influence on the screenplay for Rocky.

Rocky is featured in the documentary John G. Avildsen , directed and produced by Derek Wayne Johnson. The documentary will feature Stallone narrating behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the film.

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Rocky then proceeds to punch Duke for harassing him. In the end, Rocky and Robert reconcile as they run up the steps as father and son. Long retired, Rocky Balboa still staggers around an ever-changing world; his son is grown and distant, Paulie is working back at the meat plant, and Rocky's wife Adrian has died.

Rocky has opened a restaurant named after his wife, which he stocks with mementos of his prime as he tells his old fight stories to customers.

But when a computer-simulated fight on ESPN depicting a bout between a young Rocky Balboa and the current champion, Mason Dixon Antonio Tarver re-ignites interest in the faded boxer, Rocky discovers he has not lost his fighting spirit and considers an opportunity to prove himself in the ring again.

Rocky almost wins the fight but loses in a split decision just like the first film. Rocky is last seen visiting his wife's grave saying, "Yo, Adrian, we did it.

Adonis "Donnie" Johnson Michael B. Jordan , the illegitimate son of the late former heavyweight champion Apollo Creed, tracks down Rocky Balboa at Adrian's and asks Rocky to become his trainer.

Rocky is reluctant, but eventually agrees. When word gets out that Donnie is Creed's illegitimate son, the handlers of world light heavyweight champion "Pretty" Ricky Conlan, who is forced into retirement by an impending prison term, offer to make Donnie the latter's final challenger—provided that he change his name to Adonis Creed.

Donnie balks at first, wanting to forge his own legacy. However, he eventually agrees. While helping Donnie train, Rocky learns he has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

He is initially unwilling to undergo chemotherapy because it wasn't enough to save Adrian from ovarian cancer. Donnie persuades Rocky to seek treatment and continues training while Rocky recovers.

In a battle reminiscent of Apollo and Rocky's first fight, Donnie fights Conlan in Conlan's hometown of Liverpool and surprises almost everyone by going the distance and pushing Conlan to his limit.

Conlan wins by split decision, but Donnie wins the respect of Conlan and the crowd, with Conlan calling Donnie the future of the light heavyweight division.

Returning to Philadelphia, Donnie and a recovering Rocky both make their way up the Philadelphia Museum steps and look at the skyline.

Rocky is reluctant to train Adonis, fearing Adonis will meet the same fate as his father, but Adonis accepts the challenge without him and is badly injured during the fight.

Because of Viktor's disqualification, Adonis retains the title. Viktor demands a rematch, while he is being promoted by his father's supporters who originally abandoned Drago, including Drago's ex-wife, Ludmilla Brigette Nielsen.

Viktor is subjected to vicious training sessions in preparation for the rematch. Rocky comes to Adonis' aid and decides to train him in the Southern California desert, with a different tactic for Adonis to take in Viktor's powerful punches.

The rematch is set in Moscow, and Adonis is able to take Viktor's powerful punches, while leaving Viktor exhausted.

Viktor's supporters and his mother leave during the fight with doubt that Viktor will win. While Rocky later reunites with his son, Robert Milo Ventimiglia and meets his grandson, Adonis goes to his late father's grave, making peace with his late father and honoring his legacy.

In December , Sylvester Stallone confirmed that there are ongoing discussions regarding a third Creed film. That same month, professional boxer Deontay Wilder announced plans to begin a career in acting, stating specifically that he wants to play James "Clubber" Lang 's son in Creed III.

Jordan expressed mutual interest in such a character featuring in the plot of the next installment, while Stallone stated that he wouldn't oppose the casting choice.

Stallone will serve as writer in addition to starring in the film. Conceptualized as an epilogue story, the film is said to be about Rocky befriending a young fighter who is a foreigner, stuck illegally in the United States.

Stallone states: "Rocky meets a young, angry person who got stuck in this country when he comes to see his sister. He takes him into his life, and unbelievable adventures begin, and they wind up south of the border.

In July , Sylvester Stallone announced that there are "ongoing discussions" about a Rocky prequel television series, with the project intended to premiere on a streaming service platform.

Film series producer, Irwin Winkler however, is said to be hesitant in making a television series with concerns regarding how the story would translate to television.

Stallone stated: "There was some conflict there, yes. Avildson, and Best Film Editing. On December 7, , Stallone was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum, for paying tribute to boxers in writing and creating the underdog character of Rocky.

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In July , Stallone said in an interview that there have been ongoing discussions about a prequel to the original film based on the life of a young Rocky Balboa.

The famous scene of Rocky running up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art has become a cultural icon, with the steps acquiring the vernacular title of "Rocky Steps".

Differing opinions of the statue and its placement led to a relocation to the sidewalk outside the Spectrum Arena, although the statue was temporarily returned to the top of the steps in for Rocky V , and again in for the 30th anniversary of the original Rocky although this time it was placed at the bottom of the steps.

Later that year, it was permanently moved to a spot next to the steps. The scene is frequently parodied in the media. In the movie You Don't Mess with the Zohan , Zohan's nemesis, Phantom, goes through a parodied training sequence finishing with him running up a desert dune and raising his hands in victory.

In the fourth-season finale of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air , as the credits roll at the end of the episode, Will is seen running up the same steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art; however, as he celebrates after finishing his climb, he passes out in exhaustion, and while he lies unconscious on the ground, a pickpocket steals his wallet and his wool hat.

In The Nutty Professor , there is a scene where Sherman Klump Eddie Murphy struggles to and eventually succeeds at running up a lengthy flight of steps on his college campus, victoriously throwing punches at the top.

In , E! During the Summer Olympics torch relay, Philadelphia native Dawn Staley was chosen to run up the museum steps. In , Presidential candidate John Kerry ended his pre-convention campaign at the foot of the steps before going to Boston to accept his party's nomination for president.

Upon the film's release, a paperback novelization of the screenplay was written by Rosalyn Drexler under the pseudonym Julia Sorel and published by Ballantine Books in Several video games have also been made based on the film.

Another was released in for the Sega Master System. Due to copyright reasons it was quickly renamed "Rocco". A musical was written by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens lyrics and music , with the book by Thomas Meehan , based on the film.

The musical premiered in Hamburg , Germany in October It began performances at the Winter Garden Theater on Broadway on February 11, , and officially opened on March 13, The film Chuck depicts Chuck Wepner , his title fight with the heavyweight champion, Muhammad Ali , and the fight's influence on the screenplay for Rocky.

Rocky is featured in the documentary John G. Avildsen , directed and produced by Derek Wayne Johnson.

The documentary will feature Stallone narrating behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the film. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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  1. Dukazahn sagt:

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  2. Gam sagt:

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