PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – As filming for “Creed II” continues in Philadelphia, one of the film’s biggest stars greeted eager fans at the Rocky Statue on Friday afternoon.Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct Involving Ocean City Beach Patrol Members Under Investigation
Eyewitness News was on the Ben Franklin Parkway where Sylvester Stallone attracted a big crowd.
Stallone greeted cheering fans, and Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney also made an appearance.
There was also a dedication for a plaque Stallone said was made for the statue 12 years ago but had been misplaced.
“Well, it was found and I want to thank the Mayor Jim Kenney and his staff, The Philadelphia Police Department, and of course the loyal fans that braved the cold. Keep punching, Philly,” posted Stallone on Instagram.
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This is a dedication of a plaque that was made for the statue 12 years ago , but believe it or not, it had been missed placed ! Well, it was found and I want to thank the Mayor Jim Kenney and his staff , The Philadelphia Police Department, and of course the loyal fans that braved the cold. Keep punching, PhillyREAD MORE: Multiple Faiths Joining Forces To Combat Philadelphia's Rising Gun Violence
Stallone is reprising his role as famed fictional boxer, Rocky Balboa.MORE NEWS: 2 Mothers, Babies Rushed To Hospital After Being Rescued From Burning Frankford Apartment Building, Officials Say
“Creed II” is scheduled to be released in November.