"A new world will open for the audience for this generation"
Sylvester Stallon spoke of his mythical character Rocky Balboa in the future Creed II "It's probably my last roundup."
The sequel to Michael B. Jordan has been featured in US film halls last week (November 21), from the first film in 2015. In the original film, Stallone repeated the role of Rocky for the first time since 2006.
Now, the 72-year-old actor has shared a message with the fans of the boxer franchise where he talks about "a new generation" for this generation.
"Well, this is probably my latest roundup, I thought what happened and it happened, I do not expect it," said Stallone Instagram. "I thought Rocky was finished in 2006, and I was very happy."
Discuss the success of the Jordanian role Creed The film continued, "And then this young man appeared a young man and the whole story changed.
"A new generation, new problems, new adventures were followed and I could not be happy, because they told my story, a new world will open for the audience. This generation."
Stallon called him Jordan for the "take away" call. See full video above.
Below the announcement, Stallon "people around the world around the world have thanked the Rocky family in their hearts for more than 40 years."
"My main privilege has been to create and reproduce this significant character. Although my heart breaks, Unfortunately, I have to overcome all things … and finish. I keep punching, I love simple people and I love Rocky." .
Creed II, It's Friday, November 30, at the British Film Festival, Steven Caple Jr directed and written by Stallone and Cheo Hodari Coker.