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A group of lucky tourists got a chance to snap a photo with the 'Rocky' actor atop the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The action star posts a photo of some items on his desk such as a pair of reading glass, sticky pad and what appears to be the final page of 'Creed' script.
Sly calls taming the third movie to reach a wider audience 'a horrible miscalculation' and vows to make the fourth one an R-rated.
The animated movie will revolve around a box of magical cookies which turn people into the animal they have eaten.
The 'Expendables' actor will reportedly pull a double duty for the rumored last installment of the John Rambo saga.
Sylvester and Arnold along with more than 190 Hollywood excecutives, celebrities and creatives signed a pro-Israel statement criticizing Hamas.
The 'Expendables' ringleader says he's 'starting to work out' to get ready for his return as John Rambo in the fifth film.
The 'Rocky' star says his rivalry with the 'Terminator' actor pushed him to take dubious roles in movies like 'Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot'.
The stage version of Sylvester Stallone's movie will end its Broadway run after 28 previews and 188 regular performances due to poor ticket sales.
Dwayne Johnson enters a negotiation to star in an adaptation of Robert Ludlum's novel, while Sly is booked to play an infamous criminal in a real-life movie.
Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson, and Harrison Ford lead the 'Expendables 3' entourage as they arrive at the Croisette in two armored vehicles.
This year's 'Worst' nomination list is once again linked to Adam Sandler whose movie 'Grown Ups 2' appear in almost every category.
Accused of throwing a racial slur at a group of African-American photographers, the actor insisted the word he used was 'idiot'.
Arnie initiates the brawl in prison by punching Sly as a favor to the latter, who just said that he needed to get into the isolation area.
After 30 years, two retired boxers decide to get a tie-breaking match that puts their fierce rivalry on the spotlight once again.