Sylvester Stallone’s Netflix documentary follows in the footsteps of his longtime friend and box office rival, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Prepare to dive into the life and career of Sylvester Stallone as Netflix unveils “Sly,” a comprehensive documentary spanning his legendary trajectory.
Hot on the heels of Netflix’s release of “Arnold,” a three-part series dedicated to Arnold Schwarzenegger, the announcement of Stallone’s documentary has generated significant excitement. Directed by Thom Zimny, renowned for his work on “Springsteen on Broadway,” the film is slated for a November release.
“Sly” promises an intimate exploration of Stallone’s journey, showcasing the actor-writer-director-producer’s iconic characters and blockbuster franchises, such as Rocky, Rambo, and The Expendables. The documentary parallels Stallone’s inspiring underdog story with the enduring impact of the indelible characters he has brought to life.
While Stallone continues to captivate audiences on the small screen with the Paramount+ dramedy “Tulsa King,” recently renewed for a second season, and his family reality show “The Family Stallone,” also confirmed for a second season, he remains candid about his approach to aging and embracing his inner child.
In a compelling interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Stallone shared his perspective on his projects and reflected on his career highs and lows. Rejecting the notion of “acting your age” or “aging gracefully,” Stallone emphasized his commitment to staying youthful at heart.
As fans eagerly anticipate Stallone’s documentary, it’s clear that his fellow action hero turned TV star, Harrison Ford, won’t be stepping into the spotlight for a similar project anytime soon.