Sylvester Stallone describes family documentaries as “authentic”.
Sylvester Stallone sheds light on the uniqueness of his family’s new documentary series!
The Stallones are no strangers to fame, their patriarch dominates the screen with iconic roles, and his wife, Jennifer Flavin, is a well-known figure in the fashion industry. However, as the couple and their three daughters prepare to share their lives with viewers, they try to stay true to themselves rather than copy the Kardashian family’s successful formula.
Sylvester Stallone contrasts the family docu-series with “The Kardashians”, emphasizing originality
After starring in blockbusters like ‘Rocky’ and ‘Rambo’, the renowned actor is taking on another role, this time as himself. In the upcoming series “The Stallone family”, the 76-year-old will star alongside his wife and their daughters Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet.
The show takes a unique approach as a docu-series rather than a typical reality show, giving an authentic look into their lives. The show, which premiered on Wednesday, May 17, featured the challenges of posing for the camera, including the three-time Oscar nominee’s role in guiding his daughters through the ups and downs of their romantic relationships.
A conversation with ET’s Cassie DiLauraexpressed his enthusiasm for the transition from the big screen to the small and acknowledged the opportunity to embrace their current notoriety.
Flavin emphasized that nothing is staged in the series, expressing his intention to avoid contrived situations. He mentioned that the show isn’t about over-the-top drama or fictional conflicts, stating, “I wanted to show people real things that happen.”
Viewers of “The Family Stallone” can expect to witness a variety of experiences, including the award-winning star’s role in his daughters’ romantic lives. Sophia shared that her dad gives her the best dating advice, while her mom revealed that she even writes their breakup texts.
He unabashedly admitted his role, declaring: “Guilty. I am a good writer.” But Sistine noticed his tendency to include his famous catchphrase, “Keep punching,” and revealed that he was removing that part from the messages.
While expressing confidence in the show’s longevity, they noted that they are not looking to emulate the Kardashian family’s long-running reality series. They acknowledged the success of the Kardashians: “They did very well. And it works for them, and it wouldn’t make sense to copy them.” Sylvester stated their focus on authenticity, adding, “Because that’s who we are.”
The ‘First Blood’ star opens up about his brief split from his wife
Despite being one of the most enduring couples in entertainment, the couple surprised fans when Flavin filed for divorce last August, nearly ending their two-decade marriage.
A month later, however, they shocked the public again by reconciling. The explosion She reported that Stallone later shed light on the whole experience, which he described as “a very tumultuous time.”
Reports indicated that they are facing a contentious legal battle over the division of their joint wealth. However, they reconciled their differences through private conversations and heart-to-heart talks.
In an interview with the (Sunday Times), the “Demolition Man” actor noted that during this phase he began deep self-reflection, recognizing the importance of prioritizing his availability to his family over all other obligations.
According to (Yahoo), he said: “What is more precious than anything, which is my love for my family, has reawakened. It takes precedence over my work, and that was hard to learn.”
About what brought the admired couple to the brink of separation, The Blast shared that the rocky period followed Stallone’s purchase of a Rottweiler shortly after their 25th wedding anniversary.
Although Dwight was meant to be an added protection to their home, the main problem came when the “Cliffhanger” star got a tattoo of his dog to cover his wife’s face. This reportedly upset the model so much that she filed for divorce just a day after seeing the ink.
However, what started as an argument turned into something heartwarming as the Rottweiler became an integral part of the family, and despite his initial reservations about the purchase, even his wife grew to love the canine companion.