Sylvester Stallone explains why he really wants to do a reality show
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Sylvester Stallone is looking to follow in the Kardashians' footsteps, with his very own reality show.
And to be fair, we'd love to see the star walking his poodles and cooking dinner for the family.
So, why exactly is Stallone jumping at the bit to do a reality show?
Well, as he explained to Jonathan Ross: "I want to do it while I'm still relevant. You're playing Rocky and Rambo and all these characters, but when you get home and you've got three daughters and two poodles, you're one step below that in the food chain."
And when asked about the show at the Tulsa King premiere in New York, Stallone added that he 'wasn't going to be around forever' and wanted to jump at the opportunity: "So I'm embracing being cool, which means I have to take a lot of you know what but, it's worth it.
"Because a lot of times people say, 'Oh reality TV?' and, you know, 'Does he need a job or something?' " the actor said. "I'm feeling I have this resurgence go on. My time for this will show me, what it's like, not when you're Oprah or retired. It's the ultimate home movie, I'll say."
We'd certainly tune in to see it!
The Expendables actor is also keen for his kids to take over, saying: "In life, I just want to set my dreams and aspirations, and now it's their turn."
The new show, which is yet to have its name released, will debut on Paramount+ and focuses his work and personal life.
Family really is 'all that matters' to the actor, who is married to Jennifer Flavin.
The couple has three daughters; Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlet, 20. He also shares sons Seargeoh and Sage with his ex-wife Sasha Czack. Sage unfortunately died in 2012 of a heart attack.
Stallone and Flavin briefly split in August, but soon reconciled.
He said: "Hopefully, you’re involved with people who understand the foibles of life and the fragility of it and how rare a real good relationship is,
“Sometimes I put the work ahead of my family, and that is a tragic mistake which won’t happen again."
We're absolutely going to tune in - but would you watch the new series?