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New Paramount + Show Staring Sylvester Stallone to be Set in Tulsa, Oklahoma
New Paramount + Show Staring Sylvester Stallone to be Set in Tulsa, Oklahoma
We could be seeing Sylvester Stallone in Tulsa, OK. he'll be staring in an all new show for Paramount + called "Tulsa King." The new series was created by Taylor Sheridan. If that name sounds familiar, yes he's the same guy who brought us "Yellowstone" and several other shows on Paramount + and elsewhere. At this time we aren't too sure exactly when the new show will premiere, the production is just now getting underway.
Check Out the New Rambo Mural in Lawton
Check Out the New Rambo Mural in Lawton
We have a new mural in Lawton, Fort Sill. Maybe you've seen it on the side of Ares State Armory located at 2210 W. Gore Blvd. How appropriate that this new mural that adorns the South side of the building is none other than Sylvester Stallone as John Rambo. With Ares being a gun store it's a perfect match. It's a great mural and has already started getting attention. I swung by today during lunch today to take a quick picture and there was already people there taking selfies and other photos.
Sylvester Stallone Won’t Be Involved With FOX’s ‘Rambo’ TV Series At All
Sylvester Stallone Won’t Be Involved With FOX’s ‘Rambo’ TV Series At All
The announcement that a proposed Rambo legacyquel had landed at FOX brought uncertainty that Sylvester Stallone himself would reprise the role, despite being attached as executive producer. Now, it seems the former John Rambo won’t have any involvement with the series whatsoever, which could well draw final blood from New Blood.
Don’t Be a Bum, Check Out These 10 ‘Rocky’ Facts
Don’t Be a Bum, Check Out These 10 ‘Rocky’ Facts
Sylvester Stallone became a star playing Rocky Balboa, but did you know that United Artists wanted to buy Stallone’s script for Rocky and cast another actor in the title role? Before they finally agreed to let Stallone have the part, they tried to cast actors like Robert Redford, Burt Reynolds, and James Caan. That’s just one of the facts crammed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which goes the distance on the original 1976 classic, Rocky.

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