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Rocky Balboa

"Never give up. And never stop believing."

When he loses a highly publicized virtual boxing match to ex-champ Rocky Balboa, reigning heavyweight titleholder Mason Dixon retaliates by challenging the Itallian Stallion to a nationally televised, 10-round exhibition bout. To the surprise of his son and friends, Rocky agrees to come out of retirement and face an opponent who's faster, stronger and thirty years his junior.

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Released: Dec 20th, 2006
Budget: $24,000,000.00
Revenue: $119,201,483.00

Rocky Balboa Main Cast

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Sylvester Stallone
Sylvester Stallone
plays Rocky Balboa
Burt Young
Burt Young
plays Paulie
Antonio Tarver
Antonio Tarver
plays Mason 'The Line' Dixon
Geraldine Hughes
Geraldine Hughes
plays Marie
Milo Ventimiglia
Milo Ventimiglia
plays Robert Balboa Jr.
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • According to an interview with Mark S. Driscoll of Look! Effects, one of the fight scenes uses backgrounds from an earlier fight which Sylvester Stallone actually attended prior to filming. He said it should be possible to see Stallone (as himself) in the audience while Stallone (as Rocky) is in the ring.
  • Movie Goof (continuity error): When Rocky and Marie was walking toward the van from the bar, the van is parked about a quarter of a block away from the bar. After Rocky come back from confronting with the drunk, the van is parked on the corner and blocking the crosswalk.
  • During preproduction, as the filmmakers tried to find a good location to shoot the fight, they met with constant obstacles - every suitable arena was booked out. Sylvester Stallone knew that HBO had an upcoming PPV event with Bernard Hopkins (II) taking on Jermaine Taylor in the main event, at the Mandalay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Stallone suggested that the film could piggyback the real event, using the real HBO format, the real crowd, even the real press conference setup. As such, the press conference scene was shot only moments after the real press conference with Hopkins and Taylor, whilst the scene when Rocky walks through the curtain and down to the ring was shot using the real Hopkins/Taylor crowd. Stallone was hoping that the crowd wouldn't boo or cause any problems, but as he made his way to the ring (as Rocky), the whole building gave him a standing ovation and began to chant 'ROCKY, ROCKY'. The crowd was never told to stand up or to chant - they had done it completely on their own, and according to the filmmakers, by far the biggest cheer of the night was for Rocky, not for any of the real fighters.
  • Movie Goof (crew or equipment visible): The shadow of a microphone is visible on Rocky's red T-shirt when goes outside from restaurant talk to Rocky Jr.
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Movie Series/Collection

Rocky
1976
- Rocky
Rocky II
1979
- Rocky II
Rocky III
1982
- Rocky III
Rocky IV
1985
- Rocky IV
Rocky V
1990
- Rocky V
Rocky Balboa
2006
- Rocky Balboa

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