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Dolph Lundgren and fiancée Emma Krokdal enjoy lunch in LA after clearing air with Sylvester Stallone
Dolph Lundgren and his fiancée Emma Krokdal enjoyed lunch at Il Pastaio in Beverly Hillsafter Sylvester Stallone slammed his involvement in a possible Drago spin-off.Just a day after responding to his longtime pal's furious comments about being left out of the project via social media, theactor, 64, and fitness trainer, 25, stepped out for some upscale Italian food at the celebrity hotspot.Before getting into his white Porsche, in video footage obtained by DailyMail.com, he told photographers he that he was 'sure everything would work out' between him and Stallone and that they were able to talk through their recent 'misunderstanding.' Relaxing: Dolph Lundgren and his fiancée Emma Krokdal enjoyed lunch at Il Pastaio in Beverly Hills after sparking drama with Sylvester Stallone over a possible Drago spin-off film For their excursion, the Swedish filmmaker looked handsome in a black polo shirt, white trousers and black aviator sunglasses.Meanwhile, his bride-to-be sported a cropped white t-shirt, a ripped jean skirt, which showcased her toned legs, and a pair of white platform sandals. Across town, in Burbank,Rocky producer Irwin Winkler and his sons, Charles and David, were spotted running into a studio.Their latest sighting comes afterStallone expressed outrage thatWinkler and his sons are creating a Drago spin-off, that would tell the origins of Ivan Drago.
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Guy Fieri Reveals the One Celebrity He's Been Starstruck Over: 'I've Never Been More Nervous' (Exclusive)
Guy Fieri, it took a beloved Oscar winner to make him feel starstruck.The TV personality and celeb chef recently spoke with ET's Nischelle Turner and Kevin Frazier on the set of his new Food Network show, , and opened up about the movie star encounter that really blew his mind.As Fieri recalls, he was at Sylvester Stallone's house cooking food, and in walked Al Pacino.«You hope that you're gonna meet the legend and legend's gonna be as great as he is,» Fieri explained, «And he sits down and he takes a couple bites and I'm just looking at him, like, I've never been more nervous.»«He goes puts his hands on the counter he pushes back the chair and he goes, 'Hoo ah!'» Fieri recalled, evoking Pacino's famous quote from. «And I go outside, I'm like 'Did you see that?!'»Fieri's new show,, will also have the Mayor of Flavortown hanging out and having fun with his famous friends as they play food-related and inspired games to win money for charity.«We make up the rules as we go, we set up some ridiculous prizes, and we compete, family versus family, to the point where we're knocking over the dinner table breaking glasses people are laughing uncontrollably,» he explained of the fun show. «Somebody kind of wins and at the end uh we get money for charity!» is set to debut on The Food Network and Discovery+ on Aug.
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Sylvester Stallone swipes at producers who 'sucked Rocky dry' as spin off debuts
Sylvester Stallone is throwing punches at the producers behind the Rocky franchise as he slams the upcoming spin-off film, Drago.The 76-year-old unleashed on Instagram over the weekend to drag actor Dolph Lundgren and producer Irwin Winkler by name for allegedly cutting him out of the famous franchise he created.The famed actor shared a gruesome photo featuring him as Rocky Balboa and Winkler edited to have vampire fangs with both of them covered in blood.READ NEXT: Ulrika Jonsson reveals she had secret steamy romp with Sylvester Stallone's brotherIn the photo's caption, Stallone pointedly wrote, "After IRWIN WINKLER And FAMILY SUCK ROCKY DRY ! Presumed to be the most hated , untalented , decrepited , Producer in Hollywood and his cowardly children have found their next meal… Drago.”He continued by dubbing them blood suckers and demanded they give him his rights back: “RETURN MY RIGHTS BLOODSUCKERS! Throughout history so many artists in every industry, recording, painting, writing you name it have been destroyed by these blood suckers who have destroyed so many families, lining their pockets with other people!”Stallone played Rocky Balboa in eight films, directed four of them, and served as a writer or co-writer on all the Rocky films and Creed II.After throwing major shade at the producer, the actor then set his sights on Dolph Lundgren, who played Russian fighter Ivan Drago in Rocky IV, and is planned to be at the center of the story of this potential new spinoff.“By the way, I once had nothing but respect for Dolph but he NEVER told me about what was going on behind my back with the character I created for him!!! REAL FRIENDS Are more precious than gold."For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure
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Sylvester Stallone criticises “parasite producers” over ‘Rocky’ spin-off ‘Drago’
Rocky spin-off Drago.As reported by TheWrap on Thursday (July 28), screenwriter Robert Lawton has penned a script for a spin-off film around Dolph Lundgren’s character Ivan Drago, who appeared in 1985’s Rocky IV and 2018’s Creed II.Stallone shared the report on Instagram on Sunday (July 31), where he criticised longtime Rocky producer Irwin Winkler and Lundgren for allegedly going “behind his back” in regards to the project.“Another Heartbreaker… Just found this out,” Stallone wrote. “ONCE AGAIN, IRWIN WINKLER, this PATHETIC 94 year old PRODUCER and HIS MORONIC VULTURE CHILDREN, Charles and David, are once again picking clean THE BONES of another wonderful character I created without even telling me.A post shared by Sly Stallone (@officialslystallone)“I APOLOGISE to the FANS, I never wanted ROCKY characters to be exploited by these parasites… By the way, I once had nothing but respect for Dolph but he NEVER told me about what was going on behind my back with the character I created for him!!! REAL FRIENDS are more precious than gold.”Stallone shared a second post where he called Winkler a “blood sucker” and “parasite producer”.In a post addressing Stallone’s remarks, Lundgren claimed he was “under the impression” that Stallone was involved in the project.“Just to set the record straight regarding a possible Drago spin-off,” Lundgren wrote.
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Sylvester Stallone Denounces 'Rocky' Spin-Off 'Drago,' Calling Out Dolph Lundgren and 'Hated' Producers
Sylvester Stallone is once again taking aim at the producers behind the franchise, denouncing the upcoming spin-off film, and calling out Dolph Lundgren in the process.The famed actor took to Instagram over the weekend to drag Lundgren and producer Irwin Winkler by name for allegedly cutting him out of the universe. Stallone shared a gruesome photo to the social media platform that featured him as Rocky Balboa and Winkler edited to have vampire fangs with both of them covered in blood. In the photo's caption, Stallone pointedly wrote, «After IRWIN WINKLER And FAMILY SUCK ROCKY DRY! Presumed to be the most hated, untalented, decrepited, Producer in Hollywood and his cowardly children have found their next meal… Drago ?» A post shared by Sly Stallone (@officialslystallone)The 76-year-old actor continued, «Throughout history so many artists in every industry ,recording, painting writing, you name it have been destroyed by these blood suckers Who have destroyed so many families, lining their pockets with other people work… #parasite producers #exploited artists victims.» In another post over the weekend, Stallone shared an article that teased  going to production and called out Lundgren for allegedly not reaching out about the film. He wrote, «By the way, I once had nothing but respect for Dolph but he NEVER told me about what was going on behind my back with the character I created for him!!! REAL FRIENDS Are more precious than gold.» A post shared by Sly Stallone (@officialslystallone)Addressing the allegations Sunday, Lundgren shared a photo of him with Stallone and claimed he did not know the  actor was not involved as well.
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Sylvester Stallone calls out Rocky producer Irwin Winkler and Dolph Lundgren
Sylvester Stallone is none too happy with Rocky producer Irwin Winkler and his sons, Charles and David, for their involvement in a Rocky spin-off they're making without him, centering on the character Stallone in Rocky IV, Dolph Lundgren's Ivan Drago.Stallone, 76, took to Instagram on Saturday, reacting to a Thursday report fromThe Wrapthat Robert Lawton was brought on to write the screenplay for a Drago spin-off, that would tell the origins of Ivan Drago.Stallone has no involvement in this spin-off, calling Winkler 'pathetic' and his sons Charles and David, 'moronic vulture children.' Spin-off:Sylvester Stallone is none too happy with Rocky producer Irwin Winkler and his sons, Charles and David, for their involvement in a Rocky spin-off they're making without him, centering on the character Stallone in Rocky IV, Dolph Lundgren's Ivan DragoStallone took to Instagram on Saturday, sharing photos of the headline from The Wrap, plus a headline from November 2021 when Lundgren teased the possibility of a Drago spin-off.'Another Heartbreaker… Just found this out…ONCE AGAIN , IRWIN WINKLER , this PATHETIC 94 year old PRODUCER and HIS MORONIC VULTURE CHILDREN, Charles And David , are once again picking clean THE BONES of another wonderful character I created without even telling me,' Stallone began. 'I APOLOGIZE to the FANS , I never wanted ROCKY characters to be exploited by these parasites…' he added.
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Brigitte Nielsen talks about Red Sonja and wanting a cameo role in the reboot
She was plucked from her burgeoning modeling career and thrown into the male-dominated world of '80s action movies, when cast as the lead in 1985's Red Sonja alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger with no previous acting experience.Now, 37 years later,Brigitte Nielsen is reflecting on the iconic role as the film receives a 4K restoration re-release, and tells DailyMail.com how she could still swing a sword in a fight scene if required, even after welcoming a fifth child at 54.'I have taken good care of myself and it shows,' the 59-year-old Danish star says proudly, adding: 'I could still do those fight scenes now.'The former wife of Sylvester Stallone confesses that she would love to be involved in the long-delayed reboot of the movie (which was once set to star Rose McGowan as the flame-haired heroine, with her then-boyfriend Robert Rodriguez attached to direct.) Wow: Brigitte Nielsen, 59, shows off her incredible physique in a recent shoot, as the star reflects on leading role in 1985's Red Sonja which has just been re-released'Maybe I can be Red Sonja's mom!' she says with a laugh. 'Teaching her how to show up with a sword, how to win a fight.'With every intention of keeping up her stamina in her career and for her family, Brigitte adds: 'I will stay fit, I think for as long as I am a part of this planet.
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Olivia Wilde 'honoured and thrilled' to premiere Don't Worry Darling at Venice Film Festival
Video: Kevin Feige open to Ryan Gosling playing Ghost Rider (Cover Video)IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Jason Momoa involved in motorcycle accidentKeke Palmer shuts down Zendaya comparisonsKevin Feige unveils roadmap to Avengers: Secret Wars at Comic-ConEurovision 2023 will be held in the UKKate Moss explains decision to testify in Johnny Depp defamation trialVictoria Beckham channels Spice Girls days during karaoke nightMichelle Pfeiffer reacts to Britney Spears calling her 'a freaking God'Hailey Bieber wins copyright lawsuit over skincare line nameKate Moss felt 'sick and angry' over 2005 drug scandalBrad Pitt ordered to give documents to Angelina Jolie in legal battle over French wineryJason Momoa involved in motorcycle accidentTV's highest-paid stars' salaries revealedPat Benatar will no longer sing 'Hit Me With Your Best Shot' because of gun violenceNEWS OF THE WEEK: Anya Taylor-Joy reportedly marries boyfriend Malcolm in secretNEWS OF THE WEEK: Chrissy Teigen celebrates one year of sobrietyNEWS OF THE WEEK: Sylvester Stallone slams Rocky producer Irwin Winkler over ownership rights "I am honoured and thrilled that Don't Worry Darling will have its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival," she began, reports Deadline. "When we dreamed of making this movie, we imagined Venice as our ultimate goal, and we can hardly believe it's really happening! "From our cast - led by the formidable Florence Pugh and Harry Styles - to the design of this world and the kinetic cinematography, the film was crafted for viewing in the collective setting of the theatrical experience.
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Jason Sudeikis, Kevin Costner and More of Television's Highest Paid Stars' Salaries Revealed
A-list movie stars moving over to television for episodic projects, the high-end of TV paychecks are only getting bigger!While it used to be news when sitcom stars like Charlie Sheen, the cast of, the stars of and others renegotiated contracts to get $1 million per episode, that sort of financial commitment used to be based on the performance of the show itself.However, with Oscar-winners lending their talents — and their prestige — to gritty dramas and award-worthy limited series orders, some stars are taking home million-dollar salaries for their first or second seasons, before the show's even had a chance to establish itself.Recently, broke down some of the astronomical paychecks TV stars are earning, and the numbers are surprising.According to the report, Kevin Costner is possibly the highest-paid actor on TV, taking home $1.3 million per episode for his performance in It's a number only rivaled by Mahershala Ali, who is reportedly getting around $1.3 million for his role on, which is set to air on Hulu and has not yet premiered.Meanwhile, Elisabeth Moss has also moved into the highest ranks of paycheck earners for her new series for Apple TV+, taking home $1.1 million. Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren are also taking home big bucks, earning $1 million per episode for their roles in the prequel series Michael Keaton is reportedly earning the same for his award-winning performance in Hulu's drama miniseries, as is Sylvester Stallone for his role in the upcoming series.
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Yellowstone's Kevin Costner leads highest paid stars on TV by raking in $1.3 M PER EPISODE
The salaries of TV's biggest stars were revealed on Wednesday.Kevin Costner, 67, who stars as patriarch John Dutton on Paramount Network's hit show Yellowstone, shared the top spot withMahershala Ali, 48, from The Plot (currently in pre-production), with both stars raking ina whopping $1.3million per episode according to Variety.Right on their heels - earning $1million per episode - wasSylvester Stallone (Tulsa King), Michael Keaton (Dopesick), Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren (1923),Will Ferrell andPaul Rudd (The Shrink Next Door), and Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso). The big bucks:Kevin Costner, 67, was revealed to be one of the highest earning TV stars, ranking in $1.3M per episode for starring on Paramount Network's hit show Yellowstone Highest Paid TV StarsKevin Costner - $1.3m (Yellowstone)Mahershala Ali - $1.3m (The Plot)Michael Keaton - $1m (Dopesick)Harrison Ford andHelen Mirren -$1m (1923)Will Ferrell andPaul Rudd -$1m (The Shrink Next Door)Jason Sudeikis - $1m (Ted Lasso)Sylvester Stallone -$1m (Tulsa King)Elizabeth Olsen - $875k (Love and Death)Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto - $750k (We Crashed)Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne -$750k (Platonic)Brie Larson - $750k (Lessons in Chemistry)Natasha Lyonne - $500k (Poker Face)Elizabeth Moss -$500k (Shining Girls)David Harbour and Winona Ryder - $450k (Stranger Things)Angela Bassett - $450k (9-1-1)Peter Krause - $350k (9-1-1)Matt Bomer - $300k (Fellow Travelers)Jonathan Bailey - $225k (Fellow Travelers)Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher and Justin H.
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