The feuds that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone had in their day; Now on to friendshiphe left us a thousand and one anecdotes to remember, perhaps the deception of the former professional body builder for the first Expendables more notable in such a way as to make it one of the worst recent films. With that out of the way, Schwarzenegger praised Stallone in one of his last epistles he called him fundamentally visionary, when he preceded a certain subject which he seems to have proved himself. In Rocky, Mick punches “he”women make your legs weak“, avoiding intimate relationships, referring to the fact that they can affect physical strength.
Schwarzenegger now has only good words for his professional
“Someone say Sly [refirindose a Sylvester Stallone] that his writing was before knowledge. It turns out that Mick’s advice to Rocky was technically correct.“, said Schwarzenegger. Apparently, one thing we know very well is that it appeared in the Terminator in the Hollywood industry, it is convinced that this is the case, and that it is better not to be familiar when it is going to be a type of sports competition, when the legs can suffer and what happens in the competition. Both actors now have a very healthy relationship, but, as we said, it wasn’t always like that. When both tried to break into the mainstream, they had a strong rivalry that extended to everything: who was stronger, who carried the bigger guns in the movies, who killed more enemies. Even Schwarzenegger lifted him in the death trap with Alto! or my mother’s offspring.
Schwarzenegger and Stallone appeared acting together in Expendables II.
“Stop! or my mother’s shoots” was supposed to be like “Momma From the Train”, but instead of a nasty mother, you hire a woman in Hollywood, Estelle Getty (from the famous series The Golden Girls). Your mother was strong. And that’s the end of the movie! I had also heard that Schwarzenegger was going to make that movie and I said to myself: ‘I’m going to beat him.’ I think I’m a trap“Stallone once declared. Schwarzenegger later confirmed that it was indeed a trap.”What is said is 100 percent true. In those days we had all kinds of crazy competition ahead of us.. Fortunately, for ourselves and for others, today we help each other. Thank God we certainly don’t need another Alto! or my mother shoots!”