December 1, 2023

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Adele Told Sylvester Stallone His Home Offer Was ‘No Deal’ If Rocky Statue Wasn’t Included Deadline

Adele Told Sylvester Stallone His Home Offer Was ‘No Deal’ If Rocky Statue Wasn’t Included Deadline

Adele looks huge rocky A fan and when she recently made an offer to buy Sylvester Stallone’s mansion, she made it conditional on keeping the fictional boxer statue by the pool.

In a recent interview with The Wall Street JournalStallone said he wanted to keep the statue but the “Hello” singer said, “This isn’t a deal. This is going to blow the whole deal,” with the actor adding, “She wanted the statue.”

Adele is busy renovating the house she bought with Stallone saying, “I like what you do, she makes it cool.”

Stallone first played Rocky Balboa in the 1976 movie rockyDirected by John G. Avildsen and written by the star himself. The film’s success spawned a whole series of films through the 1980s that ended in 1990 Rocky F. Stallone will play the character again in the 2006 film Rocky Balboathe sixth installment in the franchise.

In 2015, Stallone reprized the role of Rocky Balboa in the spin-off movie creed which starred Michael B. Ryan Coogler directed and co-wrote the film with Aaron Covington. Stallone is back The second dogma in 2018 and co-wrote the screenplay with Joel Taylor.

Stallone is very protective of rocky and characters, and when a spin-off movie centered around Drago was reported, original producer Irwin Winkler was criticized by the actor.

“Another heartbreaker…just found this out…once again this satisfying 94-year-old producer and his kids, Charles & David, are once again picking the bones of another great character you created without even telling me,” Stallone wrote. on instagram. “Apologies to the fans, I never wanted these parasites to exploit the rocky characters.”

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Dolph Lundgren, who portrays Drago, released a statement saying he “was under the impression that my friend Sly Stallone was involved as a producer or even as an actor.” Lundgren said there was “no approved script, no existing deals and no director.”