Sylvester Stallone Says Family Is ‘All That Matters’ as He Teases Their ‘Shocking’ Reality Show

Sylvester Stallone is a family man.

While attending the Tulsa King debut at Regal Union Square in New York City on Wednesday evening, the actor, 76, opened up to correspondents including Individuals about his brood and how they are “all that matters.” “Throughout everyday life, I simply want to set my dreams and aspirations, and presently it’s their move,” Stallone said.

“I’m not going to be around forever, so I’m embracing being cool, and that means I have to take a ton of you know what,” he added, laughing. “Yet, it’s worth the effort.”

Stallone is married to spouse Jennifer Flavin, and together they share three daughters — Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlet, 20.

He is also a dad to son Seargeoh from his past marriage to Sasha Czack. His most established son Sage, whom he shares with Czack, died in 2012.

Stallone also teased his family’s upcoming reality series, stating that it “is going to stun individuals, for sure.”

“Because a ton of times individuals say, ‘Goodness reality TV?’ and, you know, ‘Does he really want a task or something?’ ” the actor said. “I’m feeling I have this resurgence go on.

My time for this will show me, what it’s like, not when you’re Oprah or resigned. It’s the ultimate home film, I’ll say.” At the point when Flavin petitioned for legal separation from Stallone in August, the actor said in a statement they were “amicably and privately addressing these personal issues,” before Individuals confirmed in September that Flavin and Stallone reconciled.

In another main story for The Hollywood Columnist, the Rough star discussed making the reality series with his family and whether his new reconciliation with Flavin, 54, will be included in the show. “Obviously it’s part of the show,” said Stallone. “It’s the John Lennon thing: ‘Life is what happens while you’re making other plans.’

Ideally you’re involved with individuals who understand the flaws of life and the fragility of it and how rare a real decent relationship is.”

“At times I put the work ahead of [my family], and that is a tragic mistake which won’t happen again,” he added.

The actor also explained to THR that he felt “as however I wasted a great deal of time” in his career and “presently I realize there are only such countless slugs left in the firearm.”

As of now, Tulsa King is Stallone’s latest task, and the star told correspondents at the debut he is getting to portray “the kind of a fantasy role I’ve always wanted to play.”

“A gangster. Not a rancher, not an Indian — a gangster,” he continued. “Don’t ask me why, however there’s a romanticism about these kinda characters, and [I love] the idea of taking him outta New York.” “So dislike a Tony Soprano, he’s totally in an alien world,” Stallone added. “He should walk around on the moon.”

“And to see a person construct his life, such as making companions with troublemakers, cowpokes, Indians, geeks, PC masters, simply all kinds of [people], he fabricates another family that way,” he noted. So the audience develops with him, and it has a ton of heart, as well.” Tulsa King will begin streaming Nov. 13 on Paramount+.

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