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Adele Told Sylvester Stallone that Her Offer to Buy His House Was “No Deal” if It Didn’t Come with A Statue of Rocky!

Adele seems to be a big fan of the movie Rocky, and when she recently made an offer to buy Sylvester Stallone’s mansion, she made it a condition that she could keep the statue of the fictional fighter by the pool.

In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, Stallone said he wanted to keep the figure, but the “Hello” singer said, “That’s not a deal. That’s going to ruin the whole deal,'” said the star, adding, “She wanted the statue.”

Adele is fixing up the house she bought from him. Stallone says, “I like what she’s doing, she’s making it look beautiful.”

Stallone first played Rocky Balboa in the 1976 film Rocky, which was directed by John G. Avildsen and written by the star himself. The success of the movie led to a whole run of sequels that ran through the 1980s and ended with Rocky V in 1990. Rocky Balboa (2006), the sixth movie in the series, would be Stallone’s second time playing the role.

In 2015, Stallone played Rocky Balboa again in the spin-off movie Creed, which stars Michael B. Jordan. Ryan Coogler directed the film and wrote it with Aaron Covington. Stallone came back for Creed II in 2018 and co-wrote the story with Juel Taylor.

Adele Told Sylvester Stallone

Stallone is very protective of Rocky and the characters. When it was said that a spinoff movie would be about Drago, the star criticized the original producer, Irwin Winkler.

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“Another heartbreak… I just found this out… “ONCE AGAIN, this PATHETIC 94-year-old PRODUCER and HIS MORONIC USELESS VULTURE CHILDREN, Charles and David, are picking over the bones of another great character I made without even telling me,” Stallone wrote on Instagram. “I APPOLOGIZE to the FANS, I never wanted these parasites to take advantage of the ROCKY characters.”

Dolph Lundgren, who plays Drago, released a statement saying, “I thought my friend Sly Stallone was involved as a producer or even as an actor.” Lundgren said there was “no approved script, no deals, and no director.”

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