Arnold Schwarzenegger Adorably Congratulated Sylvester Stallone On His Golden Globe Win Via Snapchat
One of my favorite parts about last night’s Golden Globe’s was Sylvester Stallone’s incredibly deserving best supporting actor win for his role in ‘Creed’. If you haven’t seen it yet, you should really go out of your way to check it out, because both Stallone and the movie itself are really great. Stallone’s speech was great as well, and both during and the after the ceremony, Sly received congratulations from a lot of his peers and fans. One of those congratulations came in the form of his good friend Arnold Schwarzenegger, who congratulated Sly via Snapchat with an adorable video. Is the Oscar next for Sly? Arnie seems to think so, and I’m not going to disagree with the Terminator.
I’ve already written my thoughts on this movie and how IN I am for it, but it’s worth showing you the second official trailer, which spends more time on Michael B. Jordan’s character before he enters the boxing ring. The people behind and in front of the camera for this movie are all great, and this movie legitimately looks fantastic. It helps that Jordan is in phenomenal shape and comes off as a legit athlete in the scenes where he’s asked to box. Also, I need Sly Stallone’s hat. ‘Creed’ hits theaters November 25th.
Avon Barksdale is training Wallace andddd I’m in. I stopped doubting the characters Sly Stallone created around Rambo 2, so there’s no doubt in my mind that this movie is going to be great. The guy just knows how to create characters for the big screen, and the fact that this is directed by Ryan Coogler, who directed Michael B. Jordan in ‘Fruitvale Station’, only makes it that much better. Jordan plays Adonis Johnson, the son of Rocky Balboa’s frenemy Apollo Creed who was killed by Dolph Lundgren (in real life!). A couple ‘Wire’ alums chumming it up mixed in with some good old fashioned sage advice from Sylvester Stallone? Sign me up. I will buy all the tickets to this one.
Goosebumps every time. While this video is old news (I’ve probably watched it 1,000,000 times over a 5 year span) it never loses its charm. It brings me back to the golden age of pro wrestling, a time that WWE has been working to get back to, and I think they are almost there. Please push the right guys. PLEASE.