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Sylvester Stallone Confirms the Release Date of Rocky 4 Director’s Cut

Rocky 4 DIRECTOR Cut

Sylvester Stallone, the famous actor and writer of “Rocky 4,” confirms that Rocky Balboa will be fighting Ivan Drago in a rematch . This is an announcement that has been anticipated by many fans for years.

know more about the “Rocky 4”!

The Rocky IV is the fourth film in the “Rocky” movie series. “The long-awaited release of Rocky III Director’s Cut just came out last week (November 11), and we’re excited about its’ arrival because it includes some great features not available when Rocky III originally released theatrically.

“In the feature, you’ll see an alternate ending to Rocky III that had been filmed but not used during production because it was deemed too downbeat for a film about the triumphant underdog and his love interest Adrian. You’ll also get a better look at some of Rocky’s training sessions with Mickey (Burt Young). And if you’re really into boxing matches, there are two additional rounds from both Apollo Creed vs. Clubber Lang and Rocky Balboa vs. Ivan Drago fights.”

Sylvester Stallone reveals the Rocky IV Director's Cut release date, drops  new poster

Source: Republic World.com

Rocky IV is the one movie in the series that I have never seen, so this will be an interesting opportunity to see a different side of Rocky and his friends. This film has been 20 years in the making! The news was announced on Sylvester Stallone’s Twitter account with a link to purchase tickets as well as instruction for fans eager to watch it at theaters around the country.”

Cast:

This sequel stars Sylvester Stallone as former heavyweight champion Rocky Balboa, who must come out of retirement to take on a seemingly unbeatable Russian boxer named Ivan Drago (played by Dolph Lundgren). The supporting cast includes Burt Young as Adrian’s brother Paulie; Burgess Meredith as Mickey Goldmill, an aging trainer that once fought for Rocky; Tony Burton as Apollo Creed’s old friend and boxing rival Duke Mason; Talia Shire playing his wife Adrienne; Carl Weathers reprising his role from previous films as Apollo Creed’s nemesis George Washington Duke, and Mr. T taking over James Brown’s character from the first three films, Apollo’s trainer Tony “Duke” Evers.

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What will be a story?

The Rocky Balboa story is a classic underdog tale. When the Italian Stallion’s boxing career comes to an end, he turns his attention toward training and managing heavyweight fighters in America during the 1970s, ignoring pleas by those who want him to come out of retirement for one last fight against their opponents. But everything changes when world champion Apollo Creed challenges Rocky publicly at a press conference (and privately as well), challenging him to prove that he can still go “ten rounds” with Creed or else be declared invalid before audiences around the world – which would render all of his fights after taking on Creed nothing more than exhibitions.

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In preparation for this event, both men train hard under the direction of Mickey Goldmill, but it becomes apparent that Rocky still has one more fight in him, and he accepts the challenge.

Rocky is set back by injuries after a hard training session with Apollo, which results in his ribs getting injured when they are accidentally driven into a wooden beam, but Mickey says that their preparations will not be interrupted because it’s “all or nothing” now. The boxing match occurs at the end of November 1979 and ends up lasting fifteen rounds before Creed finally knocks out an exhausted Rocky. But even then, Rocky insists to go on fighting until he falls just outside of the 15th round…Rocky manages to win over the audience who were initially supporting the much younger fighter Creed, but nevertheless, there were also mixed reactions from people like newspapers columnists who wanted him to stop and also suggested that he would get brain damage.

What we know more about it!

The Rocky IV’s director’s cut includes a few new scenes which had not been seen before in theaters, such as Mickey being punched by the truck driver after they are accidentally driven into a wooden beam, but Mickey says that their preparations will not be interrupted because it’s “all or nothing” now. The boxing match occurs at the end of November 1979 and ends up lasting fifteen rounds before Creed finally knocks out an exhausted Rocky. But even then, Rocky insists to go on fighting until he falls just outside of the 15th round…Rocky manages to win over the audience who were initially supporting the much younger fighter Creed.

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Release details:

Sylvester Stallone took to Instagram to announce the release date of a Rocky IV director’s cut. He said: “Wonderful pre-poster Done by John Rivoli. ROCKY VS DRAGO Is Coming your way on November 11th.

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