In a video posted this morning, it was made during the shooting of the last day of "Creed II". Actor Sylvester Stallone revealed that he was hanging his gloves with "Creed II" for it to be his last time Rocky Balboa.
In the video, he talks with some actors and the film crew, explaining just how much it meant to him that the character he's created could come back twice after thinking that it's not going to happen again. was done:
"Well, it 's probably my last rodeo because what I thought happened and happened, I did not expect it. I thought Rocky was finished in 2006 [Rocky Balboa]. And I was very happy with that. Then suddenly this young man is introduced and the whole story has changed. He has moved on to a new generation. New problems. New adventures. And I could not be happier taking a step back because my story was told, there is a whole new world that will open with the public, with this generation. Now, it's your turn [pointing to Michael B. Jordan]I have to wear the coat. "
Along with the video, Stallone thanked the fans for being attached to his character for more than forty years and added, "Unfortunately, everything has to pass … and end. Keep hitting, I love you kind and generous people, and Rocky loves you too.
The last release of Stallone in the role can be seen in "Creed II" currently in cinemas. Stallone is filming "Rambo: Last Blood", which should be his last release in his most iconic role, John Rambo.