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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Und Mr-T spielt auch mit über den tod von Rocky könnt ihr hier lesen !!!

    http://www.stallone.biz/archive-8-2005.html

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Zitat Zitat von Eichi
    Und Mr-T spielt auch mit über den tod von Rocky könnt ihr hier lesen !!!

    http://www.stallone.biz/archive-8-2005.html
    Mr.T spielt nicht mit, guck mal auf das Datum, die News auf der Seite ist über ein Jahr alt.
    Mr.T wollte zuviel Geld haben, deswegen wurde seine Rolle gestrichen, stand hier irgendwo im Thread.

    Und Rocky stirbt nicht, weil er der Champ ist und das Tiger Auge hat!

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    Rocky Balboa Blog Update - Nov. 28, 2006
    http://rockybalboablog.blogspot.com/




    Craig Zablo: Sly, how about a shout out to the SZoners?

    SYLVESTER STALLONE: Hey SZoners, it's Sylvester Stallone!! Thank you very much. You're doing great, ya know. You're doing very good and I appreciate you hanging in there! Thanks.

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Our First Batch Of Stallone Questions And Answers!!

    Hey, everyone. ”Moriarty” here. I just got off the phone with Harry, who tells me that there have been over 40,000 questions sent in so far from pretty much every corner of the globe. For every one question we’ve gotten from an American reader, we’ve gotten six from people overseas, which definitely speaks to Stallone’s enduring stardom around the world.
    Harry’s going to be continuing this every day between now and the 20th, and there’s still plenty of time to get your question in. You need to make sure to send it to the right e-mail address, and Harry’s reading all of them, cherry-picking the very best ones. There are some uber-geeky questions in here, questions about filmmaking, and I know Harry’s even planning to throw Sly some really tough ones as this continues. The point is... anything’s fair game, and we want you to participate.


    Question: Your fans have been debating the merits of each ROCKY film for years. Would you mind going through all SIX films and reflect about how you feel they rank alongside each other? In other words, if you honestly had to RANK them...how would you compare the films? I assume the first film gets the # 1 ranking...

    SLY: The ROCKY films have been part of an incredible journey that has taken me to some great heights and depths, but overall I feel incredibly grateful to be associated with such a noble character. As for ranking them in order of personal preference, that is going to be difficult. I know everyone assumes the original ROCKY would be my favorite, but I have to say that the last ROCKY, ROCKY BALBOA was the most emotional and fulfilling journey of all the Rocky films. Maybe it's because I learned to appreciate what is really valuable in life, which is the love of others and what is the most terrifying, which is the prospect of a life filled with loneliness. So I rank ROCKY BALBOA my favorite, then ROCKY, then ROCKY II, ROCKY III, ROCKY IV, and ROCKY V rounds out the series.

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    Weitere Fragen und Antworten von AICN. Die erste dreht sich um Rockys Hirnschaden und warum es ihm möglich ist, weiter zu boxen.


    Question: I Look forward to watching the new film, but from the trailer, Rocky looks fitter than ever.. my question is; (if this is not revealed in the film itself), how he has seemingly recovered from the brain damage, which seemed to be quite debilitating and serious in “Rocky V”?

    SLY: When Rocky was diagnosed with brain damage, it must be noted that many athletes have a form of brain damage including football players, soccer players, and other individuals in contact sports such as rugby, etc. Rocky never went for a second opinion and yielded to his wife's wishes to stop. So with the advent of new research techniques into brain damage, Rocky’s was found to be normal among fighters and he was suffering the results of a severe concussion. By today's standards Rocky Balboa would be given a clean bill of health for fighters. In the film, Rocky is told that he has to train differently because he has lost a great deal of flexibility and mobility so hence the heavy weight training and power lifting that built Rocky into the shape that makes him a worthy opponent.
    P.S. he's still not in the same shape as he was in ROCKY IV, he's just stronger. Thank you.
    Question: In the first Rocky the entire first and second rounds are shown. A montage lasting about three minutes links all the rounds through the fourteenth. We then see the entire fifteenth round. I know you have said in the past that you and Carl went through the entire fight going from the first round all the way through the end of the fight. Considering the slim budget and time schedule, that is very hard to believe.
    Did you do something called a "Montage Round" or something where pieces were just taken out of it, knowing there was going to be a montage?
    The fight in the first Rocky flows like poetry perfectly moving with Bill Conti's amazing music. I am hoping the fight in "Rocky Balboa" feels the same. Can you clear this up once and for all? What was it like when you first heard Bill Conti's score for Rocky?

    SLY: You're right. The idea that every round was worked out punch for punch has been exaggerated. All the punches in the first, second and fifteenth round were worked out, but to have done that for the entire fight would have been so time consuming that it never would have made it to the final cut, so what I tried to do was take sections of 10 - 15 punch combinations or a staggering blow and put it together to tell a story while Bill Conti's great music drove home the emotional elements. The final fight in ROCKY BALBOA was by far the most realistic and painful and again Bill's music is an essential element in the film. The first time I heard Bill's music, I thought it was absolute genius and still do and give him credit for making ROCKY the success it is.
    Mehr interessante Fragen und Antworten findet ihr hier!

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    “For Rocky Balboa [the official title of VI], I said, ‘God, do I wear the hat? I mean, I’m 60 years old. Would he still be wearing a hat?’ Then I realized: Rocky would wear that hat until he was 100 years old. I had to go back and get the original hat, which was a three-dollar hat. It had completely fallen apart. I took it to four hatmakers. Nobody knew how to fix this old, odd hat. It took three months to remake that hat.”

    “I knew as soon as I wanted to do this film that the skepticism and the humiliation and the jokes would begin,” Stallone says. “Well, I totally understand and agree with that. Six Rockys? It is absurd. ‘Eh, Stallone, what a joke.’ Right? But do you acquiesce to that? Or are you willing to listen to the sound of your heart over the sound of your mind? If you just listen to your mind all the time, you’re just going to be part of the status quo. And I think a lot of people are on that fence. They want to do something, but they’re afraid of being embarrassed. Even my wife was opposed. She was worried about all the humiliation I would get. And I said, ‘Honey, it will be a welcome vacation compared to what I’ll feel inside if I don’t make it.’ You know, Rocky says something in the new movie that I like: ‘I’d rather do something I love badly than to feel bad about not doing something I love.’ Those who saw Rocky when they were 10 years old are now 40. Those who saw it when they were 20 years old are now 50. And they’re at a crossroad. Rocky’s at a crossroad. So I said, ‘Well, if I’m feeling this, and Rocky’s feeling this, then maybe they’re feeling this.’”

    “I always thought that if it could ever come back, it’d be great for him to be at the bottom of the steps. ‘Cause that’s where Rocky is, always at the bottom of the steps trying to get up. It’s so overwhelming to me. Me, who used to walk these streets, that I could be involved with something that would one day translate into a statue at the most beautiful location I’ve ever seen in Philadelphia! Am I worthy of it? No, I’m not. One hundred percent, I am not. I have every flaw known to human beings.”

    Is Stallone tearing up, or is that dewiness the natural state of his eyes? Hard to tell. Is Rocky worthy of the statue, I ask?
    Yes,” Stallone says. “He is. He is worthy of it! When people look at that statue, they’re not thinking about me. There is not one person that will look at that statue and say, ‘Yeah, that’s Sylvester Stallone.’ Some will say, ‘It’s just a movie prop.’ Well, it was a movie prop. But that statue has nothing to do with movies anymore. It stands for something much bigger than anything I or the movies will ever be. It’s about never quitting. It’s about getting up no matter how hard you’ve been hit. It’s Rocky, not me. I aspire to be like him. That creation is really almost my father figure now. The son has become father to the man.”

    “For the end credits of Rocky Balboa, we went up there to the top of the steps with a hidden camera and filmed all these people running up the steps. They had no idea they were being filmed. And these people, there were hundreds of them, and they were ... everyone. From Korea, from Europe, from America. Some of them were tall, and some were thin, and some were fat. But they all did their thing, running up and doing their little dance when they thought no one was looking.

    “It was the saddest day of my life, in a way. We’d done the last shot of Rocky Balboa, and I was sitting there on the top of the steps, and the snow was coming down, and then I realized it. It’s over. My best friend, my alter ego, is gone. The reason I have everything I have is gone. I’ll never put on his clothes again. I’ll never run up these steps again. It killed me. It just fractured me. And then I said to myself, ‘Now, turn around. Because this is also the most glorious day of your life. You did it. You completed your mission.’”
    Hier gehts zum kompletten Artikel --> http://www.phillymag.com/articles/re..._a_heavyweight

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    Sylvester Stallone and Diana Lewis Reunite 30 Years After Rocky

    It was 30 years ago that Action News anchor Diana Lewis appeared in the first Rocky film. Thursday, she reunited with Sylvester Stallone as he visited Detroit to promote his new film, Rocky Balboa.
    Diana Lewis appeared as a reporter in the original Rocky film as well as Rocky 5. The 7 Action News anchor was thrilled to see Stallone again.
    "It was one of the highlights of my 38-year career," she said of working with the actor and filmmaker. "He’s a really good guy," she said.


    Diana and Stallone in Rocky.


    Diana Lewis and Sylvester Stallone, Thursday, November 30, 2006.
    http://www.detnow.com/wxyz/nw_local_...180886,00.html

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    Update bei AICN mit neuen Fragen + Antworten!

    QUESTION: How hard was it to get financing and studio support for 'Rocky Balboa?' How did it compare to getting the first 'Rocky' made?

    SLY: It was really impossible to get any support for ROCKY BALBOA. I started six years ago, bringing up the idea with a couple of studio heads who said, “Sure, if you can make it for eight million dollars,” which is an unsubtle way of telling me to get lost. So to make an epically-long story short, if the MGM President and Vice President didn’t get bounced and replaced by some very talented individuals, like Harry Sloan and Rick Sands, this film never would have happened. They had said it’s an embarrassing idea because I’m too old to be a fighter. I said it’s about more than just fighting. It’s about not giving up and if someone were willing to get embarrassed like I was, and like the character was, it would make an interesting story, because it’s all about not quitting in the face of adversity. Even though you may appear incredibly foolish, you have to march to the beat of your own heart. Compared to getting the first ROCKY made, ROCKY BALBOA was one hundred times more difficult simply because the mindset in Hollywood is all about crunching numbers and presales and the ones that really rule the roost are the publicity departments, meaning: how are we going to sell this film, what’s the hook? In the 70s they were like cowboys who would say, “I got a feeling in my gut and I’m gonna take a chance even though it may not make financial sense.” Bring back the cowboys, hang the businessmen and films will be much more enjoyable.
    QUESTION: Rumor has it that Mr. T & Ivan Drago are going to be in "Rocky Balboa", is this true or just a rumor???

    SLY: Actually Mr. T and Ivan Drago are in a quick montage before the main event in ROCKY BALBOA. It’s only for a second or two, but I appreciate their agreeing to participate. Apollo Creed is not in ROCKY BALBOA because he wanted many thousands of dollars for a two-second piece of he and Rocky boxing. Unfortunately we couldn’t afford it. Then again, what ever happened to loyalty? Apollo Greed?
    Weitere Fragen und Antworten findet ihr hier!

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Bilder und Videos von der Premiere in Detroit:

































    Video vom roten Teppich
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3Mx_agnEr0http://

    Sly im Kinosaal
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShvaBtHpc_k

    weiteres Video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zTzD2BjTQM

    TV Bericht zur Premiere inkl. Interviews mit Sly
    http://www.megaupload.com/de/?d=RZBDOEAN
    Geändert von Dennis (03.12.06 um 12:06:40 Uhr)

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    Bilder zur Premiere in Chicago










    Actor Sylvester Stallone talks to media as he arrives for a special screening of his upcoming film 'Rocky Balboa' at a theater in Chicago, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2006. The film is scheduled to premiere in December.

    Video zur Chicago Premiere
    http://cbs2chicago.com/local/local_story_332234035.html

    ...und noch ein video
    http://atvs.vg.no/player/player.php?...dth_detected=1

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    Video: A Knockout for Rocky?

    In his latest video report, David Carr (a k a The Carpetbagger) asks moviegoers in Times Square for their thoughts on the sixth “Rocky” film, “Rocky Balboa.”
    http://carpetbagger.blogs.nytimes.co...out-for-rocky/

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    Rocky Balboa Blog Update - Dec. 03, 2006
    http://rockybalboablog.blogspot.com/


    grosse Version


    QUESTION: Can you talk about the legacy of "Rocky" and the influence it's had.

    SYLVESTER STALLONE: Well, you know, the legacy... I never thought would ever end up being a legacy. But I guess what has come out of it is that it's a pretty universal dream to, to try to rise up and take your best shot at life. And you may not totally be successful but at least you made an out, you've had the chance. You've had the opportunity and I think that's the biggest frustration a lot of people have in their own lives is never getting a shot, you know.

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Rocky verliert gegen Dixon denkbar knapp nach Punkten. Dieser wollte ihn zunächst schonend behandeln, doch darauf lässt sich Rocky nicht ein und drischt ordentlich auf ihn ein. Beide landen in dem Kampf mehrmals am Boden, werden angezählt, etc, aber Rocky's Triumph ist schon, dass er überhaupt die volle Distanz ausgehalten hat. Dixon ist übrigens kein unsympathischer Gegner, die Sache mit der Beleidigung und Provokation kommt so nicht vor, im Gegenteil, am Ende beglückwünschen sie sich gegenseitig zum guten Kampf. Rocky wird gefeiert, trotz seiner Niederlage

    Also wenn er echt verliert werde ich mir den film nicht Anschauen also sage ich nun der Film wird Scheisse werde hoffen das er nicht ins Deutsche kino kommt Rocky muss Gewinnen sonst kann er den film in die tonne schmeissen Dann kann er genauso gut Sterben Als verlieren Sowas Kotzt mich an man freut sich auf den Film und dann wird er noch verlieren echt Schande.
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    Bitte Spoilertags benutzen....

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    An alle!!! Setzt Spoiler!!! Das kann doch nicht wahr sein, dass ich hier immer über den Tod von Rocky lesen muss! Was zum Teufel soll das?! Oder findet ihr das Lustig?! Ich auf jeden fall nicht!!! Verdammt noch mal!

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    *zustimm*

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    Ich hoffe, daß ich mich beim Überfliegen der letzten Postings verlesen habe! Ab jetzt werde ich diesen Thread nicht mehr besuchen, da anscheinend einige einfach nicht in der Lage sind, mitzudenken u. auf andere Rücksicht zu nehmen. Danke!

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    na toll - was nützt der nicht sichtbare Spoilertext, wenn darunter der Inhalt kommentiert wird

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