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Creed Trailer: This Is How You Pass a Franchise Torch Yep, it’s another Rocky sequel. How many of you didn’t know or forgot until Sylvester Stallone pops up near the end of this trailer? I think this might be the longest-running non-rebooted ongoing fiction franchise at this time — in years, that is, not installments. This is only the sixth sequel to the Best Picture-winning original, which was released nearly 40 years ago. Maybe George Romero’s Living Dead movies top it, if he makes more. And if we included nonfiction, then the Up series wins.

Stallone Reveals First Photo from Creed Sylvester Stallone has published the first photo from his upcoming boxing film Creed with Fantastic Four star Michael B. Jordan. The shot appeared on the action icon’s Instagram earlier today. Creed, helmed by Fruitvale Station director Ryan Coogler, is a spin-off from Stallone’s own legendary Rocky series focusing on the son of former world heavyweight champ Apollo Creed, Adonis Johnson.

New Synopsis And Cast Revealed For Creed The full thrust of Rocky VIIWith filming underway on writer/director Ryan Coogler's Rocky spin-off Creed, a new synopsis has been released revealing just what's in store. Along with that come some details of the cast that's supporting Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone.We say 'spin-off', but Creed, despite Stallone's protestations, is sounding more and more like Rocky VII, officially described in MGM and Warners' press release as "a new chapter in the Rocky story".

Stallone to Film Creed, Then Rambo and Scarpa Sylvester Stallone has revealed his upcoming slate of projects, beginning with traveling to Philadelphia to begin filming the Rocky spinoff Creed. The Expendables star tweeted about his plans for Creed, as well as potentially confirmed the rumored title for Rambo 5, aka Last Blood: Rambo (or Rambo: Last Blood, as was reported recently). Going to Philly to start the film CREED.... What a great idea — Sylvester Stallone (@TheSlyStallone) December 28, 2014 Continue reading…

Kevin Smith has funding for next 3 films; Hit Somebody to film Fall 2015 Kevin Smith has been teasing his retirement from filmmaking for almost two years now. At one point, CLERKS III was going to be his final film, but then a little project called TUSK came along. The indie horror film may not have lived up to the expectations of many, but it did something to Smith's career. The invigorated director now seems to have several projects on his slate, all of which have funding.... Read More...

Dear White People's Tessa Thompson joins Ryan Coogler's Rocky spinoff Creed Deadline is reporting DEAR WHITE PEOPLE and Veronica Mars star Tessa Thompson has been cast as the female lead in the planned ROCKY spinoff CREED. The film will focus on Apollo Creed's grandson (played by Michael B. Jordan), with Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa training the young boxer. Ryan Coogler (FRUITVALE STATION) will direct CREED from a script he co-wrote with Aaron Covington, and... Read More...

Rocky Spin-Off Creed To Shoot In January Michael B. Jordan meets the eye of the tigerAnnounced last summer, the Rocky spin-off Creed has since been gaining muscle at studio MGM. Word this morning is that it'll be lacing up its gloves for a shoot in January, possibly meaning we could see it by the end of next year. Ryan Coogler is directing, with his Fruitvale Station star Michael B. Jordan taking the lead and Sylvester Stallone returning as Rocky Balboa.

By Joe Cammisa     Monday night is here and it’s time for The SML Podcast Episode 91: Undiscovered Soothsayers, here on Bleeding Cool! This week is a bit of a crapshoot as our scheduled guest got super busy and had to cancel, so Kris and I just kind of rambled for way too long. Think of it as a retro episode? We start off talking about a huge ton of Nintendo news from the newest Nintendo Direct and then everything just devolves into the usual games we are playing, what is coming soon, Kris and his desires to buy an Xbox One, and trade in values at GameStop vs.

When the Game Stands Tall

Posted July 28th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

“Winning a lot of football games is doable. Teaching kids there’s more to life? That’s hard.” Coach Bob Ladouceur in the movie When The Game Stands Tall

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