Florian Munteanu is making his debut in ‘Creed II’ as Ivan Drago’s son, Viktor, and HollywoodLife spoke EXCLUSIVELY with the star about the game-changing role. Don’t hate on Viktor just yet!
After 33 years, Rocky (Sylvester Stallone) and Drago (Dolph Lundgren) finally reunite on the big screen in ‘Creed II’ — an iconic moment in film history, to say the least. Lundgren explains to us how inspiring it was to reunite with his good friend, Sly!
Tessa Thompson was born to play the role of Bianca in the ‘Creed’ films. Ahead of the franchise’s 2nd film — out Nov. 21 — she tells us what Sylvester Stallone said the very moment he knew she was ‘our girl!’
He’s back. Michael B. Jordan reprises his role as Adonis Creed in the highly anticipated ‘Creed’ sequel. Adonis faces his biggest challenge in the ring yet — the son of Ivan Drago! Watch now!
Hot, damn! Michael B. Jordan has graced us with his abs, once again, on the ‘Creed II’ poster, & BRB while we wipe away our drool.
You have less than a month to finish watching your favorite spooky October flicks, but not to worry — once they’re out, Nov. 1 brings in so many good movies to Hulu. From the original ‘Rocky’ films to the new ‘Creed,’ to two different ‘Charlie’s Angels,’ here’s the list of everything heading to Hulu in November.
And the winner is… Sylvester Stallone! Don’t worry, Sly thanked everyone from the ‘Creed’ cast and crew and even gave a shout out to Michael B. Jordan while accepting the award for Best Supporting Actor at the Critics’ Choice Awards.
Sylvester Stallone, 69, has another reason to celebrate his epic comeback as Rocky Balboa in Creed. The actor nabbed the Best Supporting Actor statue at the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards on Sunday night, Jan. 17, and made sure to thank all of those he forgot during at the Golden Globes just one week earlier.
I’m not crying, you’re crying. In a new interview, Sly Stallone reflected on his incredible ‘Creed’ performance, but also previewed the next installment — and how he has hopes that Apollo will make a comeback.
No, you’re not crazy — Apollo Creed (played by Carl Weathers) died in Rocky IV, paving the way for his son, Adonis Creed to shine in the new movie. However, Michael B. Jordan‘s character may be seeing his dad again. In a new interview, Sylvester Stallone revealed that there’s a lot more story to tell in Creed 2, and that the director and he have some very interesting ideas.
You know you’ve been wanting a ‘Rocky’ movie (or any movie, for that matter) that gives you that same feeling you got watching the original nearly 40 years ago. Well, it’s here.
Sylvester Stallone and Michael B. Jordan are the duo that Rocky fans never knew they needed. Creed, the spinoff of the iconic Stallone series, gives a few amazing nods to the original film, but doesn’t come off like a copy cat — more like a tribute — and a whole new story.
Talk about knockouts! Sylvester Stallone is starring in another ‘Rocky’ installment, and he delivered three stunners — this time on the red carpet. We’re talking about his three gorgeous daughters, whom he proudly showed off at the premiere of ‘Creed.’
Sylvester Stallone, 69, is one proud papa. Not only does the legendary actor have a beautiful wife, Jennifer Flavin, but three stunning teenage daughters. The whole family came out to support dear old dad at the premiere of his new film, Creed, on November 19, and we couldn’t help but notice how lovely they all are!
Watch out, world — Michael B. Jordan is stepping into the ring, and he’s got his fight face on. Playing Apollo Creed’s son in the upcoming ‘Rocky’ spinoff ‘Creed’, Michael fights to carry on his late father’s legacy. WATCH the trailer here!
Michael B. Jordan, 28, is giving new life to the Rocky franchise in the first look at Creed. The gritty trailer shows the intensity of Michael’s character, Adonis Creed, training to become the ultimate fighter and live up to Apollo Creed’s status — despite his father’s tragic fate. The trailer for the seventh Rocky film in the franchise, released on June 30, will leave you wanting more. Also, Sylvester Stallone is back!
Wait, what?! After suffering a major mental meltdown in late 2014, Creed singer Scott Stapp has finally opened up about what went through his head during the difficult time. Most shocking? He thought his wife and kids were terrorists!
Scott Stapp, 41, the frontman of Creed, made headlines in December 2014 when he posted a disturbing video of himself on social media, telling fans he was broke, homeless and even threatened to kill his wife and kids. In a new interview, the “Arms Wide Open” singer reveals he’s since been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and details the scary thoughts that crossed his mind during his self-described “psychotic break” — like how he believed his own family was in the terrorist group, ISIS!
Deep breaths. It’s finally here — our first look at the latest ‘Rocky’ film, ‘Creed’ starring my man Sylvester Stallone alongside Michael B. Jordan! And yes, they’re in the ring together.
On April 12, Sylvester Stallone shared the first official photo of the upcoming film, Creed in which he’ll reprise the role of Rocky and will be training Apollo Creed’s grandson, Adonis Creed, played by Michael B. Jordan.
How sad. In a lengthy Facebook video, Creed’s lead singer, Scott Stapp, has revealed that he is completely broke and now living in a Holiday Inn. Click inside to WATCH.
Is Scott Stapp, 41, under attack? Creed‘s front man has revealed to his fans that he believes he is the victim of a “vicious” financial takeover, claiming that’s the reason he has been left without any money and forced to live in a cheap hotel room. In this shocking video, the singer blames his record company — and also sends a heartbreaking message to his children.
Creed frontman, Scott Stapp, allegedly threatened to kill his entire family and he also is said to believe there are biological weapons in Florida, according to his wife’s divorce papers.
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