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Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren Catch Up Over Lunch

Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren Catch Up Over Lunch

Originally posted 04/08/2016 01:00AM

Rocky reunion!

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Golden Globe Awards 2016

VIDEO: 10 Life Lessons We Can Learn from Rocky Balboa

Originally posted 01/06/2016 06:25PM

On Jan. 10, we'll find out if Sylvester Stallone takes home a Golden Globe for his role in the newest Rocky movie. Of course, Stallone's turn in the newest installment in the franchise is very different from all his previous rounds as the beloved character. It got him nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Movie, not best Best Actor, and it's not a Rocky movie, exactly: It's a Creed movie, and ostensibly the beginning of a new series of boxing epics.

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Rocky V Star Tommy Morrison Is Dead

Tommy Morrison Dies, Rocky V Star Was 44

Originally posted 09/02/2013 12:15PM

Tommy Morrison, the former heavyweight champion who stood toe-to-toe with Lennox Lewis and George Foreman and later tested positive for HIV, died Monday. He was 44.

Morrison died Sunday night at a Nebraska hospital, said Tony Holden, his longtime promoter and close friend. The family would not disclose the cause of death.

In 1993, Morrison beat Foreman to win the WBO heavyweight title, only to lose it to unheralded Michael Bentt in a defeat that scuttled a showdown with Lewis. Morrison would fight Lewis a couple of years later, getting knocked out in the sixth round in Atlantic City, N.J.

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PHOTO: See Sage Stallone and Father Sylvester in Rocky V | Sage Stallone, Sylvester Stallone

FLASHBACK: Sage Stallone and Father Sylvester in Rocky V

Originally posted 07/14/2012 11:15AM

They were father and son in the movies, too.

Sage Moonblood Stallone, who was found dead Friday at age 36, acted with his father Sylvester in one of the elder Stallone's biggest franchises – the Rocky series – playing Rocky Balboa Jr. in Rocky V.

Sage, who was 14 when the movie was released in 1990, was "agreeably natural in some scenes, improbable in others," New York Times critic Janet Maslin wrote in her review at the time.

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