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Carl Weather's Apollo Creed is an icon but it would be a mistake for the character to return for a future Rocky movie. Here's why.
Sylvester Stallone, creator of the highly successful and long-running Rocky franchise, shares an idea for a new Rocky film for a new era.
The Rocky franchise is a beloved series, but a hero is only as good as his opponent, so here are Balboa's best and worst.
Fighting With My Family follows the Rocky formula and makes Paige, an outsider underdog who becomes a wrestling champion, the WWE's Rocky Balboa.
With Creed II, the Rocky franchise now spans 8 films in 42 years. We rank the entire saga to determine which film goes the distance as the best.
Sylvester Stallone reveals a behind the scenes video from Creed 2 showing a deleted fight sequence between Rocky Balboa and Ivan Drago.
Sylvester Stallone reveals he regrets killing Apollo Creed in Rocky 4, saying he wishes the character hadn't passed away so soon.
Despite Sylvester Stallone declaring Creed 2 to be Rocky's final appearance, history has shown he's bad at retiring - and will return for Creed 3.
The actor behind Creed 2's surprise cameo reveals why the scene is the ultimate victory, and a good send off for Rocky (Sylvester Stallone).
After revealing he is walking away from playing Rocky Balboa, Sylvester Stallone posts one final farewell to his most famous character.
Creed 2 co-star Dolph Lundgren doesn't really believe Sylvester Stallone is retiring Rocky Balboa. Stallone made the surprise announcement yesterday.
While the MCU's continuity has struggled to remain consistent over 10 years, the 42-year continuity of the Rocky/Creed films is a true movie marvel.
Creed II is a sequel to Creed, Rocky IV and Rocky Balboa. Here's how it ties up all those plot threads (and what could happen next).
During a sit-down ahead of the release of Creed II, Sylvester Stallone explains why he cast Dolph Lundgren as Ivan Drago in classic sequel Rocky IV.
A spinoff of the popular Rocky boxing drama franchise, Creed focuses on Adonis Johnson (Jordan), the son of Rocky Balboa's (Stallone) rival-turned-friend Apollo Creed. Adonis, interested in becoming a championship fighter, travels to Philadelphia and asks Rocky to be his trainer.