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Sylvester Stallone's 'Samaritan' on Hiatus Due to Coronavirus

Sylvester Stallone‘s movie is being delayed.

The 73-year-old actor’s upcoming film Samaritan is going on a “minimum” two-week hiatus amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Deadline confirmed on Sunday (March 15).

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“The production is currently in Atlanta, GA, and yesterday was the final day of shooting before the break. I understand Stallone was doing a pick-up shot,” Deadline reports.

The movie follows a young boy, played by Euphoria actor and Junior Olympic boxing prodigy Javon ‘Wanna’ Walton, who sets out to discover if a mythic superhero, who vanished 20 years earlier following a tragic event, remains alive.

There are so many movies, tours and events being canceled or postponed amid the coronavirus outbreak. Find out what else…

Sylvester Stallone Looks Bloody & Bruised While Filming 'Samaritan' - See Pics From the Set!

Sylvester Stallone is looking worse for wear!

The 73-year-old action star was spotted filming scenes for his upcoming movie Samaritan on Tuesday (February 11) in Atlanta, Ga.

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Sylvester looked bloodied and bruised, with a full face of blood while filming a dramatic scene. He looked worn out in one scene, walking next to young boxing star Javon “Wanna” Walton, and shouted in excitement during the scene.

The movie, expected to be released in December, follows a young boy learns who that a superhero who was thought to have gone missing after an epic battle twenty years ago may in fact still be around.

He also recently debuted his natural gray hair – check it out!

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Facebook Super Bowl Commercial 2020: Sylvester Stallone & Chris Rock Are Ready to Rock

Facebook recruited Sylvester Stallone and Chris Rock for their Super Bowl commercial!

The website’s first-ever Super Bowl ad showcases some unique Facebook groups that bring people together through shared interests and experiences.

During the commercial, Chris and Sylvester join the Rocky Balboa Going the Distance Facebook group as they climb the iconic steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The ad is part of Facebook’s “More Together” campaign, which celebrates the power of Facebook Groups to bring people together.

You can watch the entire Facebook “Ready to Rock?” commercial right here…

Chris Rock & Sylvester Stallone Star in Facebook's Super Bowl 2020 Commercial!

Chris Rock and Sylvester Stallone are promoting Facebook!

The stars both appear in the social media platform’s first ever Super Bowl commercial, airing on Sunday (February 2).

The campaign highlights Facebook Group members and “celebrates the power of people coming together through shared interests and experiences, to drive home the message that ‘whatever you are into, there is a Facebook Group for you.’”

The campaign will air in the fourth quarter of the game, and is part of Facebook’s “More Together” campaign. Click here to see what other commercials will air during the Super Bowl!

Watch the first teasers for the ad…

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Sylvester Stallone Debuts Natural Gray Hair

Sylvester Stallone is switching up his style.

The 73-year-old actor revealed his natural gray color on social media on Tuesday (January 28).

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“Keep punching my friends,” he said in a short video.

“Sometimes I wake up I feel like doing nothing. Just relaxing. Just very true. If anyone says different, they’re lying — it’s human nature,” he captioned the video.

“Then you roll over, get a little mad at yourself, and realize to get anywhere you’ve got to make a deposit in the GOAL BANK #KeepPunching” he went on to say.

READ MORE: ‘Rambo’ Creator Slams ‘Last Blood’ Film: ‘I Felt Degraded & Dehumanized’

'Rambo' Creator Slams 'Last Blood' Film: 'I Felt Degraded & Dehumanized'

The creator of Rambo had some choice words about Sylvester Stallone‘s recent Rambo: Last Blood flick.

Author David Morrell inspired the film franchise after introducing the character of John James Rambo in his 1972 novel First Blood.

After reading reviews of the film, David took to his Twitter to share his thoughts, writing, “I agree with these RAMBO: LAST BLOOD reviews. The film is a mess. Embarrassed to have my name associated with it.”

“I felt degraded and dehumanized after I left the theater. Instead of being soulful, this new movie lacks one. I felt I was less a human being for having seen it, and today that’s an unfortunate message,” David continued in an interview with Newsweek.

David went on to critique the movie’s cheap sets, awkward direction and its failure to share Rambo’s background with the audience.

Rambo: Last Blood is now in theaters.

Sylvester Stallone Tells 'Fallon' Why He Really 'Hated' Dolph Lundgren When Casting 'Rocky IV'

Sylvester Stallone stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Fallon on Thursday (September 19) and revealed that he actually “hated” his co-star Dolph Lundgren when he casted him for Rocky IV.

“In Rocky IV I really wanted a big, horrible, vicious guy,” the 73-year-old actor said. “Like a primitive. And I couldn’t find him. I’m finding giant wrestlers and football players and that. And then all of a sudden the door opened, the smoke came in, there’s light. [He had a] proceeding hairline, shoulders this wide, everything was perfect.”

“Even his calves were coming through his clothing. Just muscular,” Sylvester continued. “Blue eyes are staring into my soul. He was the real Terminator, and I was like, ‘I hate this guy. He’s too perfect. And if I loathe him, I’m sure the world will.’ He’s not really, but he looks like something from a thousand years into the future.”

Sylvester also teased that he and Lundgren are actually in the early stages of work on a new TV project: “There’s an idea we’ve come up with called The International,” he explained. “It deals with the UN but it’s a different kind of UN, a little hardcore. There’s a lot of action in it but it also really feeds into who Dolph is, because he is international. He’s incredibly intelligent so he’s going to bring a different spin to the whole thing.”

Sylvester Stallone also teased his ideas for the future of Rocky and responds to Henry Winkler‘s confession that he based Happy Days‘ Fonzie on his character Rocky.

Rambo: Last Blood hits theaters on Friday, September 20th – watch the trailer!

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