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    Actor Sylvestor Stallone on the sidelines of the Eagles vs Panthers game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Pa, Dec 4, 2006.









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    Zitat Zitat von Bud Fox
    stallone: 1.78m

    lundgren 1.93m
    1,99m bis 2m.
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    Aktuelles Radio Interview mit Sly in dem er über Rocky 6, Talia Shire, Burt Young, De Niro uvm. spricht!

    http://northtonorth.com/pages/soundc...oneNov2006.mp3

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    QUESTION: In the Movie Rocky 3 ur character was given the statue and I'm sure he was touched, how does it really feel to have that there as a monument? You did make that spot famous. And are you worried that people having rough times might toss their motorcycle hemets at it?

    SLY: Well to have a statue is… how can you say… overwhelming. Words escape me. Dumbfounded. It’s like ROCKY has taken on a life of its own and I’m sitting in the balcony watching his life go on. The character represents some part of the Philadelphia soul that I accidentally happened on. I wish I was clever enough to say it was all part of a master plan, but it wasn’t. Rocky is kind of a cinematic anomaly and I’m just proud to be a part of it. Plus the pigeons needed a new place to land, why not Rocky’s head and shoulders?
    QUESTION: When you presented the idea of Rocky Balboa to Revoloution studios and maybe others you went to previously, what kind of resistance did you get from them to make this film? was it a hard sell?

    SLY: The main resistance to making ROCKY BALBOA was age, but it was also something deeply personal. When Kirk Kerkorian, who owned MGM at the time, met me at a charity event, said “Have you considered making one more ROCKY?” I said “I’d love to take a run at it.” He said, “Well, call my man Alex, who runs MGM for me.” So the next day I called Alex and he became incensed and said, “Nobody tells me what to do.” I said, “Well, your boss said I should call you.” He said “Boss? No one lords over me.” So needless to say, when I heard that, game over. He just was a pillar of negativity and resistance.
    QUESTION:Is it me, or did you grow up a pro wrestling fan? From Paradise Alley to Thunderlips, wrasslin' has popped up in your movies. If I'm not mistaken, your mom was even a manager in GLOW (the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling). Obviously, we all know wrestling is entertainment and really about telling stories with violence. So are there any tricks from the squared circle that you've incorporated into your flicks?

    SLY: I’m a big fan of wrestling. Wrestling is vascular fairytales performed between half-ton behemoths under the hot lights of battle. Good against evil, and every problem in the world is solved by a forearm to the throat or a knee to the package crammed into a straining Speedo. I’ve used a great wrestler named Terry Funk, who was in PARADISE ALLEY and he choreographed much of the street fighting in ROCKY V. I’m really impressed with the skill and strength and body intelligence that these men possess.
    QUESTION: How easy or difficult was it to get Burt Young back? Tony Burton?

    SLY: To get Burt Young back was a blessing in disguise because he is the only true family member from the original. He’s absolutely fantastic in ROCKY BALBOA, conveying all the bittersweet pain and reluctant tough love for Rocky. Tony Burton was also a great find. He delivers one of the key lines in the movie, so I thank him for that and for staying alive all these years.
    QUESTION: I just finished watching all five Rocky DVDs back-to-back to prepare myself for the final installment. Enjoyed it thoroughly -- part II is still my absolute favorite. Now, all five movies seem to be one big whole, with one exception: Rocky IV. It didn't have any Mickey, it didn't have Bill Conti doing the score, it didn't have the standard opening fanfare, it just seems.....different, a bit "out of place".
    Do you agree with this and if so, was this all intentional?
    Now how will the final movie fit in the series, now that there's no Adrian, no Mickey, and no Apollo?

    SLY: The reason ROCKY IV seems a little disjointed is because I was having a conflict with Bill Conti at the time and decided to go in a different direction, which I’m sorry for. Also, I think the whole premise of the film was based too much on “the fight” and not the personal struggles that preceded the fight. If I had to do it all over again, I would’ve hired Bill Conti, married Ivan Drago and punched out Brigitte Nielsen.
    QUESTION: At the end of Rocky III you and Apollo fought as a "favor" to Apollo for helping you pummel Clubber Lang. I gotta know…who won Rocky vs. Apollo III?

    SLY: In ROCKY III I freeze the frame as both men are throwing their power shots. Rocky is left handed, Apollo is right handed. Since I am the shorter of the two, my punches will travel shorter distance. Apollo is looping his right hand so Rocky lands first and thirty seconds later, Apollo’s attorney shows up and sues Rocky for assault.
    QUESTION: Can you recount in detail the process of writing the Oscar-winning Rocky screenplay in just three days? I can only imagine it had to be a very intense period of time. Where were you? Was there anyone distracting you? Did you act it out? Who inspired the characters?

    SLY: I was sitting at a small plywood table when I started to write ROCKY. At that time I was chain-smoking cigarettes. My brand was a cancer stick called “Tramps.” So I pretty much barricaded myself in the room and started to pound away, thinking “What would be an interesting vehicle if I had one shot to perform?” I was influenced by MEAN STREETS and Marty and I always had an affection for sports. Three and a half days later I had a shabby 89 pages of a script called ROCKY. (At one time John Avildsen, the man who eventually wanted to direct ROCKY, wanted to rename the film ROCKY, AIN’T NO MARSHMALLOW. OOOOOOOkkkkay….) Of this hand-written script, maybe only 10 percent was usable, but what worked for me was to write fast, even though I know it’s flawed and scenes are half-baked. But I will slowly try to correct them in the rewrites. I enjoy rewriting.
    QUESTION: I just wanted to ask about Antonio Tarver, how did he do during shooting for Rocky Balboa?? He's a local product from here in Orlando and he looks pretty solid from the trailer. Any thoughts?? By the way please, please make a sequel to Demolition Man, thats one of my all time favorite movies.

    SLY: Tarver did great.
    It’s the first time in any of the ROCKY films where I actually engaged in punching with a professional. The reason I wanted to use a professional like Antonio, who was at the time the Light Heavyweight Champion of the world, is that in sports films actors try to duplicate the precision of a real professional athlete and it looks foolish.
    In this fight we use the HBO boxing format and the same camera positions so it has the look of authenticity.
    The second part is I wanted to have a great deal of physical contact in the ring so I wanted to use a professional who could adjust to the ebb and flow of an awkward boxer like Rocky. Tarver, being a great boxer, could adjust and delivers bunches from angles that no actor could possibly duplicate. I was knocked down several times during the fight and we keep those in there.
    If you want to see some real straight-on fighting and not the usual over the shoulder camera tricks, you might enjoy this fight a little bit more than the other ROCKY fights.
    P.S. I’d like to make a sequel to DEMOLITION MAN, but I believe that ship has sailed and maybe there are more challenges waiting on the horizon.
    QUESTION: I am perhaps one of the biggest fans of the Rocky series but I have never been able to get over the fact that Rocky's son ages about 10 years from when Rocky goes to Russia to when he comes back. Obviously you wanted to have your son play a part in the movie, but did you worry about continuity of character? What was the logic behind such an implausable scenario? I mean, I know Rocky had brain damage and all, but c'mon, he's gotta recognize that his son has been replaced with an imposter.

    SLY: You’re absolutely right and I’m laughing right now because I believe I have more brain damage than Rocky to make that mistake. What I should’ve written in the dialog is that Rocky’s son suffers from a genetic defect that causes him to age 3 months every 90 minutes.
    QUESTION: I heard that you wrote the first Rocky movie in about 3 weeks. Did you do the same for the sequels? How much more time and preparation did you do put in when you directed #'s 2,3,4, and now 6?

    SLY: ROCKY was written in 3 & _ days, but 90 percent of it was rubbish.
    The reason I write fast is even though I know it’s going to be terribly flawed, I’d much rather spend my time doing numerous rewrites rather than spend six months to a year trying to hone down a first draft. Plus I enjoy the rewriting process.
    The other ROCKYS were also written quickly but not like the first one. You write faster when you’re hungry. I spent a lot of time in preparation because usually I’m in the film and have to have my dialog and character mannerisms down so I can focus on what’s going on around me at the same time. It’s an odd feeling acting but also knowing that you’re on autopilot at the same time.
    QUESTION: We all know what an important role Adrian portrayed in each Rocky. Why did Sly decide to write Adrian out of this movie?

    SLY: Dear Dianna… in the first three drafts Adrian was alive and the movie didn’t have any dramatic weight. Every scene was like a scene we’ve seen before. After a lot of soul-searching, I thought, “What’s the one thing that would reduce Rocky to ashes, that would tear his heart out?” and would create a movie where character development and survival were at the forefront, not just boxing. Her presence is all over ROCKY BALBOA, even though she’s physically not in it. Believe me, I love Talia and it killed me to do it.
    QUESTION: Did he ever really shoot an ending for Rocky 3 where Rocky died? I thought I remember reading that he was depressed over killing Rocky off, and studio pressure prevented the ending from ever being seen. If it exists, will we ever see it?

    SLY: No. ROCKY III never ended in Rocky’s demise. The only time Rocky was supposed to die was in ROCKY V, but the studio changed it’s mind and obviously it never happened. So, instead of dying in Adrian’s arms, we died at the box office. But in one way I’m glad, because I would never have been able to do ROCKY BALBOA.
    QUESTION: I would just like to know out of all of Rocky films are their any scenes or moments that stick out for you?

    SLY: In ROCKY, the ice-skating scene and the scene in Rocky’s apartment when he’s yelling at Mickey, because 90% of it was ad-libbed and we only had time for one take.
    The training montage in ROCKY II after Adrian says, “Win.”
    In ROCKY III, Mickey’s death scene and Adrian and Rocky fighting on the beach.
    In ROCKY IV, just the pain of being hit by Dolph is a memory that will last forever.
    In ROCKY V… actually I have no recollection of anything memorable.
    In ROCKY BALBOA, going back to the old neighborhood, Rocky and Paulie in the meat house, the scene with Rocky and his son in the street, and the fight, which was more difficult and realistic than anything I’d ever been involved with.
    Just as a sidebar, the scene in ROCKY, where Rocky comes home to tell Adrian he can’t win was a lucky accident. Let me explain: we were running over schedule and a “higher authority” came to me and said, “We’re pulling the plug.” I didn’t think people actually used that term, but that’s what he said, “We’re pulling the plug.” I tried to explain that this scene is the key to the whole movie. Rocky realizes he doesn’t have a chance at victory, but “going the distance” was a victory in itself. The “powers that be” were still not impressed. A screaming match ensued, and finally they said, “You’ll get one take to get it right and no coverage.” I was so out of character from arguing for what seemed like an eternity, I went down to the corner, got a cheap bottle of Boone’s Farm apple wine, chugged it all and tried to sink into a calmer state of mind. I stood in front of the camera, they yelled, “Action”, and the scene was played out in one take and one angle. What makes this interesting is the next day the “higher authority” stepped out of the screening room, having just watched the dailies, and said, “Ya know, that’s the most important scene in the movie.” I just shrugged, bit my lip, and went off into the sunset. Welcome to Hollywoodland.
    QUESTION: You mentioned in your book “Sly Moves” that for many of your films, you
    thought about how each character's physique was representative of how that
    character was portrayed as dramatic character in their respective films.
    How did you approach Rocky's psychical being in “Rocky Balboa,” and what did
    you do to achieve the desired effect?

    SLY: For ROCKY BALBOA I trained with very heavy weights like a power-lifter, and I duplicate that in the film itself. Here’s an interesting tidbit: for months before the film a couple of high-ranking executives who shall remain nameless insisted that I let myself go, and in their words, “Pork out.” I wasn’t following their reasoning, and they explained themselves by saying, “Rocky should just be an average guy and not in shape at all, so he represents the everyday man.” Strangely enough, I followed this advice and one month before the filming I couldn’t fit into my boxing trunks. I looked in the mirror and thought this would be too much for the audience to swallow - that Rocky would be completely overweight and out of shape and manage to get in the ring with the world champion. Though I like eating junk food as much as everyone else, I had to go on a crash diet of high-protein (mainly beef) and many, many supplements. I had to lift weights until I could barely stand. So the results were a more believable approach, that although Rocky is well over the age range, he physically appears to be in competitive shape.
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    Vielen Dank!

    Endlich weiß ich auch, wie man die drei Muscheln benutzt!

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    Sly war am Freitag zu Gast bei Jay Leno, um Rocky Balboa zu promoten. Die Sendung könnt ihr euch bei rapidshare saugen (76mb).

    http://rapidshare.com/files/6777075/tonightshow.wmv

    Wem das zuviel ist, der kann sich die Clips auch auf youtube anschauen. Hier die Links:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxi3NNnYxhA (Part1)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2gAFX1tt5M (Part2)

    Im 2. youtube Video ist ab der 5. min. ein sehr geiler neuer Clip (Rocky spricht zu seinem Sohn) zu sehen!

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    Ist bestimmt interessant wenn Rocky als Geist zu seinem Sohn spricht.

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    "If I had to do it all over again, I would’ve hired Bill Conti, married Ivan Drago and punched out Brigitte Nielsen."

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    lHallo habe das Ende vom Film Gesehen und ich muss sagen Der film ist Scheisse der letzte kampf und er geht voll auf die Bretter Wenn er gewonnen hätte währe der film ein Echter Hit aber so nein DANKE Sly ich würde mir 100 mal überlegen ihn so in unsere Kinos zu lassen sorry jungs aber ich kenne Rocky nur als Gewinner und nicht als das was er und am Ende des Films zeigt so einen Schlechten Kampf habe ich in allen teilen nicht Gesehen da war der Fight gegen Tomy Gun ein echtes Erlebniss . Der Dixon ist voll die schmachtlippe und der Beste Boxer allerzeiten geht auf die bretter bei der Wurst also echt das musste nun wirklich nicht sein

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    Wo hast Du denn das Ende gesehen?

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    Sollte das stimmen, würde ich Eichi hier gerne auf Lebzeit gesperrt sehen.

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    Zitat Zitat von evilusion
    Sollte das stimmen, würde ich Eichi hier gerne auf Lebzeit gesperrt sehen.
    *Antrag unterstütz*

    Es haben wohl hier einige noch nie was von Spoiler-Tags gehört?

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    wer weiss, vielleicht macht sich hier auch nur wieder einer wichtig. wäre nicht das erste mal.

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    Zitat Zitat von evilusion
    Sollte das stimmen, würde ich Eichi hier gerne auf Lebzeit gesperrt sehen.
    Lebenslange Zeit und er sollte für alle, die hier den Film sehen wollen, die Karten bezahlen!!! Sag mal, hast du eigentlich den Arsch offen?!?! Verdammter Vollidiot!!! Mögest du beim Kacken vom Blitz getroffen werden!

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    Zitat Zitat von Laethitia Caracciolo
    Wo hast Du denn das Ende gesehen?

    In seiner Fantasie. Falls nicht war das ein böööööser bööööööser Spoiler!
    Geändert von Plot (11.12.06 um 09:55:52 Uhr)

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    Eichi sollte gesperrt werden, auch wenn´s nur gelogen ist !!!
    Er widerspricht sich in seinem Beitrag. Ich denke, das braucht man nicht ernst nehmen.
    Und wenn ich mir den Beitrag und die Schreibweise so anschauen, scheint er nicht gerade der Hellste zu sein.

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    ich versteh die aufregung nicht. er hat doch nix geschrieben, was nicht ohnehin schon im thread stand. rocky geht auf die bretter. ja, da gibts hier sogar schon screenshots von. bedeutet ja nicht, dass er nicht vielleicht auch wieder aufsteht. und was sieg oder niederlage angeht, steht die auflösung dazu auch schon in spoiler-tags...

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    Zitat Zitat von Flowers
    Eichi sollte gesperrt werden, auch wenn´s nur gelogen ist !!!
    Er widerspricht sich in seinem Beitrag. Ich denke, das braucht man nicht ernst nehmen.
    Und wenn ich mir den Beitrag und die Schreibweise so anschauen, scheint er nicht gerade der Hellste zu sein.

    Stimmt! Ich habe den Beitrag nicht wirklich weiter als den ersten Satz gelesen. Aber der Typ scheint ja wirklich keine Ahnung zu haben. Er kennt Rocky nur als Gewinner! Wenn ich so was schon Lese. Oha, na ja...

    Mal wieder zurück zu etwas nettem!

    Ich war am Freitag bei einem Film Musik Konzert in der Laeiszhalle und es war ganz nett. Es gab insgesamt 3 Zugaben und die vorletzte war der Hammer!

    Moderator: ...das Stück wurde von, werden hier wohl nur die wenigsten kennen, Conti Komponiert und es ist die Rocky Theme. Bei dem Namen Conti bin ich schon aufgesprungen.

    Und dann hörte man schon die Trompeten!

    Wie gesagt, es war ganz nett.
    Geändert von D Double M (11.12.06 um 11:02:41 Uhr)

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    Zitat Zitat von djmacbest
    ich versteh die aufregung nicht. er hat doch nix geschrieben, was nicht ohnehin schon im thread stand. rocky geht auf die bretter. ja, da gibts hier sogar schon screenshots von. bedeutet ja nicht, dass er nicht vielleicht auch wieder aufsteht. und was sieg oder niederlage angeht, steht die auflösung dazu auch schon in spoiler-tags...
    Tja, wer lesen kann, ist klar im Vorteil.

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    Zitat Zitat von D Double M
    Tja, wer lesen kann, ist klar im Vorteil.
    ja, und wer den film schon kennt.

    er schreibt, dass rocky auf die bretter geht, und dass er verliert.

    beides richtig, allerdings verliert rocky exakt so wie in teil 1, nach punkten, mit nur einem punkt rückstand, nach 15 runden. er wird ein oder zwei mal angezählt, ebenso wie dixon. der kampf ist absolut parallel zu teil 1, und genauso befriedigend.

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