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Sylvester Stallone’s Recent Projects Are Motivated By His Film Choices 30 Years Prior

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Despite an incredibly successful career that continues to this day, Sylvester Stallone still looks back and regrets choices he’s made over the past 30 years. When asked about that sentiment, Stallone replied, “I felt like I wasted a lot of time… When you’re young you just shoot wild at random and hope you hit something.” He went on to explain that this was not so much related to the lower quality of the films he wanted to be in (e.g. “Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot.”), but more to how much he liked it prevented his family from doing so. “I think that’s my biggest regret. Everyone says, ‘I wish I had shown more love’ or ‘I wish I had spent more time with the kids.’ I’m going in this boat.”

Well, one good thing about getting older and looking back at your choices is that it’s a lot easier to figure out the best way to move forward. For Stallone, the only gigs he’s interested in right now are roles he truly believes in. This includes his new series, Tulsa King, in which Stallone, as a mafia kingpin, builds his own criminal crew after serving a 25-year prison sentence. And while Stallone is past the 3/4 century mark, he certainly doesn’t feel that way. “I feel very immature. I’ve always been reluctant to say ‘act your age’ or ‘age gracefully’. How do you age gracefully? There is nothing graceful about you. The older I get, the more I try to embrace my inner child.”



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