Sylvester Stallone attended the premiere of his television debut Tulsa King with his wife Jennifer Flavin and two of his three daughters on Wednesday evening.
‘This is going to shock people,’ he shared before saying that the show will be an ‘ultimate home movie.’
Power unit: Sylvester Stallone attended the premiere of his television debut Tulsa King with his family on Wednesday in NYC. From left are Sistine Stallone, Sylvester, Jennifer Flavin, and Sophia Stallone
This is reality: While on the carpet the 76-year-old Rocky vet talked to Extra about the family’s new reality TV series from the producers of Keeping Up With The Kardashians
He also said that he first did not want to do reality TV.
But he explained he finally said yes because he is on top again: ‘I have this resurgence going on, so why not at this moment show people what it is like, not when you are over or retired?’
That is when he added: ‘It’s the ultimate home movie, you will see.’
He also said he was doing the reality TV show for his family.
Uh-oh! ‘This is going to shock people,’ he shared before saying that the show will be an ‘ultimate home movie’
‘This is everything… I have conquered everything. I have been very lucky,’ he said.
On the carpet, the Rambo actor shared with Extra: ‘A lot of things have conquered me, but I have conquered my dreams and aspirations. Now it’s their time.’
Earlier this year Stallone was busy quietly filming the new reality TV series with his family.
Stallone himself revealed his venture into reality television with a video posted to his brother’s Instagram page.
Back together: Stallone and his wife have reconciled after marriage troubles which will be candidly shown in their upcoming reality series
Stallone disclosed his show will be produced by Bunim Murray, the same company behind the Keeping Up with the Kardashians and The Real World.
The show is set to premiere on Paramount+, but the release date has not yet been announced.
The upcoming show will give viewers a sneak peek into his work life and recent marital issues.
His wife and former model Flavin filed for divorce in August after 25 years of marriage.
Their time: ‘This is everything… I have conquered everything. I have been very lucky,’ he said. On the carpet, the Rambo actor shared with Extra: ‘A lot of things have conquered me, but I have conquered my dreams and aspirations. Now it’s their time’
All three: The daughters he shares with Flavin are Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlet, 20
Although they have reconciled their differences, their reality show will candidly share their marriage troubles and subsequent resolution.
‘Sometimes I put the work ahead of [my family], and that is a tragic mistake which won’t happen again,’ the Rocky star told The Hollywood Reporter in his cover story.
All his family troubles appear to have been resolved on Wednesday as he was seen with his wife and children.
They supported Stallone at the premiere of his upcoming mob drama series Tulsa King in New York City on Wednesday.
Stallone has five children.
He has two sons from his previous marriage with actress Sasha Czack.
Three are daughters he shares with Flavin — Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlet, 20.
Long ago: Stallone with Flavin and daughters attend The Expendables 3 Paris Premiere at Cinema UGC Normandie in 2014
Tulsa King tells the story of New York mafia capo Dwight ‘The General’ Manfredi, played by Stallone.
The General is released from prison and exiled by his boss to set up shop in Tulsa Oklahoma. After becoming suspicious of his mob family, he slowly builds his own crew.
‘This is the one I have been waiting for. Even Rocky was a little thug-like, a little gangster, but he was a bad one,’ Stallone divulged to Extra.
‘This guy actually is a good one, but he’s not a vicious one. I had a lot of debating with people because in the beginning, he was really tough. I said, “Why don’t you have him be more of an organizer, a cunning individual rather than physical?” And it looks like the gamble paid off.’
The renowned actor also confessed that the character The General was derived from his life. ‘I really pull a lot of memories out and try and show the humor, because sometimes life can really be a black comedy, unfortunately,’ he said.
He continued: ‘That’s what makes people laugh, because they go, “That happened to me.” … I didn’t hold back, so this guy is always messing up a little bit… He’s very self-aware of his faults.’
Tulsa King will release exclusively on Paramount+ on November 13.
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