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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.


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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Ah. Danke. Das macht Sinn. Aber kann man so schnell denn noch entsprechend trainieren? Schließlich sollen die Dreharbeiten in gut 6 Wochen beginnen?
    sly wird als rambo bestimmt nicht dicker als rocky aussehen. ganz im gegenteil. auch wenn er mehr den holzfäller-look bevorzugt. die zeiten des bodybuilder-looks in filmen sind doch längst vorbei, das will doch keiner mehr sehen.

    in der tat ist er im moment etwas rundlich. das liegt aber sicher an seinem masse-programm, wie oben schon geschrieben. er baut auf und definiert sich später. dazu wird noch entwässert. und dann sieht er krass aus. ein paar hilfsmittel werden ihn dabei schon unterstützen.

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Zitat Zitat von ollie
    ein paar hilfsmittel werden ihn dabei schon unterstützen.
    Hilfsmittel ist ein schönes Wort dafür . Gott, Slys arme Frau. Zwei Filme lang kein Sex, dazu steroide Anabolika... wenn der mit dem Film fertig ist, sollte sie erst mal rennen gehen...

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    So sieht's aus. Ich Trainiere mittlerweile auch schon knapp 7 Jahre und es ist fast alles möglich. Besonders wenn man ein Star ist, denn dann hat man noch ein paar möglichkeiten mehr als ein normaler Mensch.

    Oh ja Pierus. Der hat auf der Seite ne volle Wertung bekommen. Sehr schön...

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Kann das sein dass sein Gesicht irgendwie länger geworden ist? So nen langen Kopf hat der früher nichtgehabt.

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Zitat Zitat von metaldemon666
    Kann das sein dass sein Gesicht irgendwie länger geworden ist? So nen langen Kopf hat der früher nichtgehabt.
    Wäre möglich, wenn er mit Wachstumshormonen gearbeitet hat um in Form zu kommen könnte das sein, alledings finde ich nicht das sein Gesicht länger geworden ist.

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    Rocky Balboa Blog Update - Dec. 12, 2006
    http://rockybalboablog.blogspot.com/


    grosse Version

    QUESTION: Did George Foreman have any influence on that decision that Rocky could still fight professionally?

    SYLVESTER STALLONE: Well, that, George Foreman! George Foreman gives Rocky a great credibility. So does Larry Holmes, he's 53, or 54 fighting. There are a couple of fighters today living out. The oldest one is 58, I believe, Sol Mamby for real. So it's happened. They believe that Sonny Liston was almost 50 years old and fought Mohammed Ali and, you know, lied about it. But the point is as, as it's said in Rocky, "They just want to prove that the last thing to age is the heart." And this is just, you know, a symbolic gesture that when you're young at heart you're basically in the game.

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    Gesicht und Pose des schwarzen sehen total aus.

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Zitat Zitat von Plot
    Loooooool,

    Was ist das denn für ein geiler Smiley?



    Ich krieg mich nicht mehr ein......

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Zitat Zitat von Flowers
    11 Film Clips And Behind The Scenes From Rocky Balboa !!!

    http://www.iesb.net/index.php?option...=957&Itemid=27

    Auf eigene Gefahr. Ich hab´s noch nicht gesehen. SPOILER ?? KEINE AHNUNG !!!
    Ein paar der Clips wurden nun im neuen Blog Update gepostet. Weiss allerdings nicht, ob sich die Qualität von den Videos die du gepostet hast unterscheidet. Ich bin nämlich stark geblieben und hab mir die Clips verkniffen!

    http://rockybalboablog.blogspot.com/

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    Geändert von Dennis (17.12.06 um 14:38:38 Uhr)

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Ein Fan aus den Staaten war auf einem Screening in New York, bei welchem es auch eine Diskussionsrunde mit Sly gab. Hier ein kleiner Auszug:

    1) I asked him " you recently talked about having 'blind optimism' as a writer and creator of heroic characters, we all know the legendary story of how you wrote the film in 3 days, and what happened after, but what was in your heart and mind while you were writing, did you know it was gonna be great?" Sly answered this for about 10 minutes, and he just looked at me the whole time while talking. He said that he didn't know, that he wrote the character easily because he knew him somehow, that knowing Philly, and boxing helped. He said that those three days were crazy, and that the first draft wasn't that great, but he did it. He said that he imagined Rocky at first as fully retired, and that originally, he wasn't going to fight (is this new info?!). Sly, said that he constantly just kept thinking about what Rocky wore, and how he talked, and how nobody would date Adrian, so that chemistry said a lot about Rocky, and his character and the way he was.

    2) Sly talked a lot about Talia Shire! (new info1?) He said that he called her and told her a while ago that there was another script, she agreed to the film no question, eventually he had to call and say she wasn't in it, she was upset, and Sly said it was tough on him. Talia actually asked to be written in so she could die in the new film at the start, but Sly told her that Adrian needed to be gone a long time for this motivation to fight to arise. Sly said he saw Talia for the first time in 10 years the the Hollywood premiere!

    3) Sly stated that his wife, Jennifer at first, begged him not to make another Rocky, she said it woluldn't work, and he said she even cried about it. BUT, she read the script and cried for a different reason, she loved it, and told him to do it.

    4) He talked for a long time about the old guard at MGM, and how they told him, 'ove our dead bodies' will you make a 6th film. Sly said that new guys took over 14 months ago, and that is why it happened, and they gave him full creative control, "they believed in me as an artist."

    6) He said that Tarver is so skilled, Tarver would not allow Sly to hit him, he couldn't help but to move his head, he couldn't break all his years of training, Sly says when we get the DVD, slow it down, bec. although contact is there, Tarver almost always gets a hand up in defense. But he said Tarver really floored him in the second round, and that they filmed in HBO style, not set-ups, like one-shots, etc., they really fought in a way Sly said, contact was for real.

    8) Sly talked about writing dialogue, he said he loves to write a character after he knows the actor - he stated that Burt Young was great because all Sly has to do is write backwards for Paully and its perfect for Burt! He said Tarver is a gifted actor, and it wasn't a problem for him to act.

    9) He said that Roy Jones would not get back to them really at all, so Tarver was second, but Sly was happy, because Tarver broguht more depth to the character, and it is evident, take my word for it.

    10) He said he trained hard as hell, but heavy, just like you see in the film. He said he didn't run at all, except the steps scene. He did squats, and worked about like a powerlifter.

    11) He said that getting all of the licensing and rights to old footage and music was real hard, because MGM was under new management.
    http://craigzablo.proboards18.com/in...ead=1166340676


    Ein weiterer User der ebenfalls dort war hat folgendes geschrieben:

    After the movie Sly arrived out on stage to a standing ovation. There were many questions asked by the interviewer there. Mostly stuff we've heard before.....Sly mentioned how he was disappointed with Rocky V......told his original Rocky screenplay story, etc.

    Then the floor opened for questions - a few people got to ask, including myself! Important things that were covered....

    Sly mentioned that he pulled the Natashia Bettingfield song from the final cut and put more Bill Conti music (is this old news?)

    He said and I quote "The saddest day of my professional career was when I had to yell cut on the last scene of filming of Rocky Balboa."
    http://craigzablo.proboards18.com/in...ead=1166327204
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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    Sehr positives Review von Ebert & Roeper
    http://www.learnoutloud.com/Podcast-...ast/7081#plink (auf "Listen to Podcast klicken")

    3 sehr sehr geile Videos von der Premiere ua. mit Interviews von Sly & Milo:
    http://video.accesshollywood.com/player/?id=0 (ihr müsst in der Videoauswahl nach ganz unten scrollen)

    neuer (?) clip aus dem Film. Da ich den Clip nicht geschaut hab, kann ich zu möglichen spoilern nichts sagen.
    http://movies.msn.com/movies/movie.aspx?m=2058594 (runterscrollen und auf "Exclusive Clip" klicken)

    tolle Bilder von der After Show Party:
    http://editorial.gettyimages.com/sou...%7c0&p=3&tag=3

    2 weitere Reviews:
    http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117...goryid=31&cs=1
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/...c8edc6f541df5a
    Geändert von Dennis (17.12.06 um 16:34:03 Uhr)

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    weiterer Premieren Clip mit Interviews von Sly, Sharon Stone und Christian Slater.
    Aber Achtung, gegen Ende hin wird die Trainingsszene gezeigt!
    http://vip.tv2.dk/?cbox2

    Rocky Balboa Wallpapers
    http://www.moviewallpapers.net/movie...ky_Balboa.html

    Bill Conti am Klavier
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRMDihoqeUg

    Review:
    http://www.moviesonline.ca/movie_rev...il.php?id=4892

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    AW: Rocky 6 - Sylvester Stallone wieder im Boxring.

    New 'Rocky' film starring a 60-year-old Stallone fights to be taken seriously
    JAKE COYLE

    NEW YORK (AP) - We've all experienced this during the coming attractions at the movie theatre - Hollywood makes a dramatic, inspiring pitch for an upcoming production and everybody laughs.

    That's happened with the trailer for "Rocky Balboa," the sixth instalment in the franchise after a 16-year absence. The film has been battered with derision and peppered with punch lines even before it hits theatres.

    That hasn't blindsided the film's 60-year-old star, however.

    "I understand, I do. I totally get it. They're going to have that polarization," Sylvester Stallone said when asked about audience reactions. "My hope is that people that have screened it have enjoyed it and say, 'You know what? It's not as bad as you think."'

    Stallone's comeback bid is part of a larger trend of aging stars revisiting dormant franchises.

    Sharon Stone, 48, earlier this year again crossed her legs for "Basic Instinct 2," 14 years after the original. Harrison Ford, 64, wants to make another "Indiana Jones" (which last was in theatres in 1989) and more than a decade later, Bruce Willis, 51, thinks he can "Die Hard" again.

    Back in 1983, Sean Connery had moderate success returning to 007 in "Never Say Never Again," an encore to his James Bond run which had ended in 1971 with "Diamonds Are Forever."

    But Stallone - who's also hoping to revive "Rambo" - is playing a role particularly revealing of the aging process. Even in 1990's much-disliked "Rocky V," the fighter was presented as over-the-hill.

    It is, though, a story often replayed in the real boxing ring. George Foreman's multitude of comeback attempts extended even until 2004 (when Foreman was 55), but that attempt didn't make it past training.

    In "Rocky Balboa" (which carefully avoids the roman numeral "VI," since marketing research suggests moviegoers prefer original titles for sequels) Rocky comes out of retirement after a televised virtual simulation shows he could beat the current champ, Mason (The Line) Dixon (played by real former boxing champ Antonio Tarver).

    "It sounds like something somebody said as a joke at a pitch meeting and people wrote it down," said Mark Lisanti, editor of the L.A. gossip blog Defamer.com. The site has repeatedly poked fun at the new "Rocky" film - as have a number of late night talk show hosts and comedians.

    "It's hard for it not to look desperate," Lisanti added.

    Stallone, who also wrote and directed the film, has repeatedly said he wanted to make "Rocky Balboa" to erase the bad taste left by the dark "Rocky V" and conclude the franchise on his terms.

    Stallone's comeback clearly mirrors the underdog story of an aged Rocky.

    "There are a lot examples of life imitating art and vice versa in this project," said Perry Stahman, president of domestic theatrical marking for MGM. "The one thing we didn't want to do was we didn't want to run away from it. He brought that to the movie. He's very aware of what people are saying and thinking."

    "Now more than ever, this is truly an underdog story," Stahman added.

    Any cynical response to the prospect of Rocky's return to the ring has been combated with a robust marketing campaign by MGM, which is trying to regain its distribution and marketing footing after being acquired by Sony last year.

    The trailer for "Rocky Balboa" addresses some of the movie's real-life circumstances.

    "People are going to think you're going crazy," Rocky's son (Milo Ventimiglia) says.

    "What's crazy about standing toe and toe and saying, 'I am'?" replies Rocky.

    Posted by MGM on YouTube, the trailer has been viewed by more than 1.7 million people and received a rating of four stars out of five. Such a reaction hints at high anticipation for "Rocky Balboa" - even if a good helping of the comments posted on the website demean it. ("Rocky Balboa's next opponent . . . erectile dysfunction and memory loss.")

    MGM also has aggressively marketed the film through sports outlets like ESPN and websites such as EBay. But has the studio convinced people that the new "Rocky" isn't laughable?

    David Poland, who runs the movie industry blog MovieCityNews.com, doesn't expect it to reach US$30 million on the opening weekend.

    But a box-office take even approaching that figure would probably please MGM (since the movie's budget has been estimated at just $25 million).

    "I think between what will be not very good reviews, a skeptical crowd with a lot of movies they can go see in December, teenagers who have no idea what Rocky is - it's going to be very hard to get this one rolling with any kind of velocity," Poland said.

    Releasing "Rocky Balboa" amidst the Oscar-bait season could seem like a punch-drunk decision. But Stahman believes the PG-rated film makes for good holiday viewing, and imagines fathers will take their sons to see it.

    The original reaped three Academy Awards including best picture - beating an elite group of nominees that included "All the President's Men," "Network" and "Taxi Driver."

    This time around, modest box-office success just might be all the moral victory that the iconic pugilist from Philly needs.

    After all, Rocky has always been more about perseverance - going the distance - than fame or fortune.
    http://entertainment.sympatico.msn.c...s/1393523.armx

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    Zitat Zitat von monzi
    Loooooool,

    Was ist das denn für ein geiler Smiley?
    Tuntige.

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    Zitat Zitat von Flowers
    11 Film Clips And Behind The Scenes From Rocky Balboa !!!

    http://www.iesb.net/index.php?option...=957&Itemid=27

    Auf eigene Gefahr. Ich hab´s noch nicht gesehen. SPOILER ?? KEINE AHNUNG !!!
    download des behind the scenes clips "Ziel speichern unter..." (36mb)


    Reviews:
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/showbiz...name_page.html

    http://www.skymovies.com/skymovies/a...555328,00.html

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/dai...ies.guest.html

    Artikel der Chicago Sun-Times
    http://www.suntimes.com/entertainmen...ocky14.article

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