Sylvester Stallone says he’ll launch a director’s lower of ‘Rocky IV’ to rejoice the movie’s 35th anniversary

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Sylvester Stallone says he will release a director's cut of 'Rocky IV' to celebrate the film's 35th anniversary

Sylvester Stallone is not completed with the “Rocky” franchise simply but.

On Sunday, the 74-year-old actor took to Instagram to announce {that a} director’s lower of the movie “Rocky IV” is on the best way.

He shared the information alongside a painted picture from the movie that includes his personal character, Rocky Balboa, and Dolph Lundgren‘s Ivan Drago who has the well-known line: “If he dies, he dies.”

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“For the 35th anniversary Rocky four Is getting a brand new DIRECTORS lower by me,” Stallone introduced. “To this point it appears to be like nice. Soulful.. Thanks MGM For this chance to entertain..”

The remark part was flooded with questions in regards to the upcoming movie, together with whether or not Rocky’s brother-in-law Paulie’s mechanical maid, Sico, would have an expanded function.

“Will we get extra robotic and Paulie?” requested the fan.

The star merely answered: “No.”

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“The robotic goes to the junkyard ceaselessly,” mentioned Stallone to a different commenter, in accordance with Yahoo! Leisure. “No extra robotic.”

The outlet reviews that he advised one other fan that he would not “just like the robotic anymore.”

Representatives for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.

Sylvester Stallone in ‘Rocky IV,’ launched in 1985.
(Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.)

“Rocky IV” was essentially the most financially profitable within the “Rocky” franchise. The movie follows Rocky as he takes on Drago, who’s backed by the Soviet Union.

Along with Stallone and Lundgren, the movie stars Carl Weathers, Brigitte Nielsen, Talia Shire, Burt Younger and extra.

Stallone directed and wrote the 1985 movie, as he did for “Rocky II,” “Rocky III” and “Rocky Balboa.”

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Stallone additionally wrote “Rocky” and “Rocky V.” He obtained Academy Award nominations for writing the franchise’s first movie and for his efficiency because the titular character.

He reprised the character for 2015’s “Creed,” which earned him one other Oscar nomination, and 2018’s “Creed II.”

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