Sylvester Stallone to direct 'Creed' sequel

Lucy Bush
October 12, 2017

It was fairly inevitable that the Rocky franchise would continue following the success of Ryan Coogler's Creed back in 2015 - but development has been slow moving.

Speculation has already begun on the fate of Stallone's character "Rocky Balboa" who was suffering from cancer in the last installment.

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Sylvester Stallone has been teasing fans about the sequel to the hit Rocky spin-off Creed for a few months with casting news and a potential production start date.

Stallone revealed earlier this year that Ivan Drago, the boxer who killed Apollo Creed in "Rocky IV", will be in the sequel. In the caption he mentions that he will be both directing and producing the feature, but fails to mention whether or not he will be reprising his role as Rocky Balboa.

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Variety reports Stallone broke the news on his Instagram with a photo of himself and Creed star Michael B. Jordan.

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Coogler is now steering Marvel superhero movie Black Panther for release in February 2018, and Stallone himself is assuming directorial responsibility for a Creed sequel.

Other reports by Info About Network

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