Philadelphia, PA, November 5, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Rocky IV antagonist and superstar, Dolph Lundren turned 58 on Nov. 3rd, the same day TotalRocky.com dropped a bombshell. A new Sylvester Stallone screenplay was in the works, and they had the exclusive drop on the competition.
Although Stallone's newest Rocky creation stars Michael B. Jordan as the son of Apollo Creed, Carl Weathers played the famed boxer who died at the hands of Ivan Drago almost 30 years ago. Seen as a fight to end all fights, Rocky defeated Ivan on a cold Christmas day in an act of revenge which brought peace to both sides of the cold war.
"I was dead set against it" (Stallone's reaction to a Rocky spinoff).
Sylvester Stallone, Writer/Actor/Director
With the resurgence of Russia's domination in the Ukraine and influence in Syria; Some people say that today's political climate not only mirrors, but could escalate to confrontation with Russia as President Obama prepares to send ground troops into combat..
With Rocky out of the ring, can Ivan Drago lead his country back to peace? Or will American might make right, in this bloody game of peace and war.
Sylvester Stallone and Michael B. Jordan will be promoting the movie Creed at the Philadelphia Museum of the Arts, Friday Nov. 6th, where Ryan Coogler (Director) is rumored to be shooting an Ivan Drago end credit scene.
To read the full "Drago" screenplay, go to TotalRocky.com.