Actor Tony Burton, Trainer In 6 'Rocky' Films, Has DiedIn the first two Rocky films, his character, Tony "Duke" Evers, was trainer and manager to Rocky's world-champion opponent, Apollo Creed, played by Carl Weathers.
Sylvester Stallone Celebrates #TBT With Photos From Filming Of Original 'Rocky'Stallone is currently nominated for a Best Supporting Oscar for his role in "Creed.'
WATCH: Tim Tebow Channels Rocky In Performance Of 'Eye Of The Tiger'Former Eagles QB Tim Tebow channeled Rocky Balboa while competing on Lip Sync Battle.
Sylvester Stallone Nominated For Oscar For Work In 'Creed'Thursday morning, it was announced Stallone is nominated for an Academy Award for his work in the movie "Creed."
Stallone: Plans In Works For "Creed" SequelWe may not have seen the last of Rocky.
Movie Review: 'The Danish Girl'As much the portrait of a marriage of soulmates as it is an account of a transgender transformation, 'The Danish Girl' is also a showcase for two brilliant performances.
Movie Review: 'Chi-Raq''Chi-Raq' is a modern-day adaptation of the ancient Greek play, Lysistrata, by Aristophanes, a bawdy comedy in which the women of Athens attempt to bring an end to the Peloponnesian War by denying sex to all the men in their lives.
Movie Review: 'Creed''Creed' is 'Rocky' reboot for a new generation.
Stallone Says He Was A "Terrible" Choice For Rocky: 'I Just Got Lucky'Many were surprised when he said on "Late Night With Stephen Colbert" that he was a “terrible” choice to play Philadelphia’s favorite boxer.
Stallone Returns To Philadelphia To Discuss New Movie 'Creed'The iconic steps of the Art Museum were star-studded once again, with a press conference Friday introducing characters from the new movie "Creed", which was filmed in Philadelphia.
5 Of Philadelphia's Top Hidden GemsPhiladelphia has secrets! Secrets that only a few have discovered until now. Hidden restaurants, bars, events and more! We are willing to share them with you, regardless of the consequences.
Top Movies Filmed In PhiladelphiaFrom famous landmarks, parks and museums to local eateries and everything in between, we can't imagine any of these top films without Philadelphia as its backdrop.