Rodriguez via Getty Images Tony Burton and Sylvester Stallone during "Rocky Balboa" World Premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. One legitimately good part of the movie, though, is Tony Burton's performance as Duke Evers, the trainer for Apollo Creed and, eventually, Rocky.
Often, its the big movie stars that we remember most. He had been living in California for almost 40 years before his death. On the silver screen he helped Apollo Creed and Rocky succeed in the toughest of battles. Not to mention, it's said that the Hook actor was so ill that he was unable to see the franchise's spin-off movie Creed . "We've got to hit this guy so hard he'll think he tried kissing the expressway!" Burton did not have a role in the film, but Kelley said his picture is ...
It's been a long awards season, but finally it comes to a close with the 88th Academy Awards taking place this weekend. The "alternative Academy Awards " was a direct response to the fact there are no black actors being in consideration for this year's Oscars.
The findings titled "Journey to the Academy Awards: An Investigation of Oscar-Shortlisted and Nominated Documentaries (2014-2016)" showed that Academy Awards recognition of female documentary makers remain consistently rare. "I've got to meet the designers and they're such incredible, smart people with deep roots in art so I've got a whole respect for the medium that I never was aware of and it's really lovely and tonight it's such an honor to wear Calvin Klein's clothes tonight".
The younger McMahon posted another video on Twitter of him doing triceps, which could be his message to the fans that he's doing his level best to be a match for The Undertaker this April. The Rock will be there for added star power, perhaps dusting off one of his special moves - nothing more. There's Hollywood level money involved here, so don't get any ideas.
With tears in her eyes, an emotional Andrews left the courtroom. Her former therapist also told jurors that Andrews said "she had been nicknamed 'One-Click Erin', which meant if someone saw her name, they would make one click looking for the video".