If you’re concerned about Sylvester Stallone’s well-being, you can rest assured that he’s kept busy. Stallone has a new reality series on Paramount+ called “The Family Stallone,” with three girls and a marriage that almost ended late last year.
An eight-part series about Stallone’s life as a father will include interviews with his family, including wife, Jennifer Flavin, and daughters Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet.
A press announcement promoting the show reads, “After playing some of the most legendary characters in cinematic history, three-time Academy Award nominee Sylvester Stallone is ready to give cameras access to what he would consider the greatest role of his lifetime: dad,”
“This new series starring Stallone’s three daughters, wife, and himself offers a seat at the table of one of Hollywood’s most famous families.” Later this year, MTV Entertainment Studios will develop the program, which will air.
A brief biography of each Stallone family member was provided. “To the world, he’s the man, the myth, and the legend. But to his daughters, he’s just Dad.” From Sylvester’s bio: “While he headlines box office smash hits, at home, he is focused on building for the future and raising three independent and ambitious women.”
According to reports, his wife, Jennifer Flavin, was raised in Los Angeles, is “a savvy businesswoman,” and is a co-owner of a health company. The couple, who have been married since 1997, briefly split up in August last year.
Sophia, their 26-year-old daughter, “has no interest in following in her father’s acting footsteps.” But she does co-host a podcast with Sistine, the middle kid, who is 24. Sistine does appear to be taking after her father.
She is an actress and model who is “currently in development on her first feature film.” The youngest daughter, Scarlet, 20, recently left her parents’ house. Scarlet has aspired to be an actor since she was young and is currently a college student living in her own apartment.
She features in Taylor Sheridan’s new Stallone television series, “Tulsa King.” “Yellowstone,” a popular movie starring Kevin Costner, was also produced by Sheridan.
In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Stallone defended his decision to participate in a reality show by saying, “When you’re young, you shoot indiscriminately and hope you hit something.” You no longer have the luxury of missing, especially if you have family or children.
“That is my biggest regret, I think.” Everyone regrets not showing their love or spending more time with their children. I’m on board the vessel. That is one of the reasons I wanted to participate in the reality show, for which I have been receiving a lot of flak.
“This is a chance where I’m going to be with my kids under a work condition where they get to see me in action, and I get to see them in action.” What you will see is the absolute truth. “This is a great opportunity,” he explained.
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“I don’t look at it as stooping to conquer.” But each time you go in a different direction, people go, ‘Oh God, you must be in [financial] trouble.” “Just the opposite.”
A Super Bowl commercial from Paramount+ also featured Stallone and his three daughters. In the advertisement, the actor is pictured scaling “the Sylvester Stallone face” of a mountain while his daughters and other people watch.
Scarlett, his daughter, enquires, “Is that Dad?” “He always does this,” says Sophia. The action star is pushed to the snowy ground by their father’s sneeze as he hangs from the mountain. His girls, though, don’t seem in the least concerned.
He’s okay, says Sophia. Sistine states, “He does this.” This is typical. If you find this interesting, please forward it to your friends. Visit Techyember.com for the most up-to-date and recent celebrity news.