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Sylvester Stallone finally plays the mob boss in the new series: "Never Better Than Late"

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Sylvester Stallonehas a lifelong role.

Actors 75,are excited to share with Entertainment Tonightat the British premiere of "Tulsa King" and play the role of Dwight "The General" Manfredi. doing.

"Since then I've always wanted to play a gangster. I basically started with a career robbing everyone, but that never happened "He said. "Taylor Sheridan wrote the idea. The script was really good. Terence Winter wrote 'Sopranos' and 'Boardwalk Empire' You have an encounter between the east and the west. "

Sylvester Stallone is taking on a role he's wanted his entire career. He will star as a mob boss in Paramount+ new series, "Tulsa King."

Sylvester Stallone has the role he wanted in his career. He will star as a mob boss in Paramount +'s new series "Tulsa King". (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images)

He continued: "[My character, Dwight] is out of prison 25 years later. You will be rewarded for being betrayed by keeping your mouth closed, which you expect to come. " 

His character's next mission is to "perform Tulsa in different worlds, different kinds of people, and he begins to be taught in the Western kind of life. , It's a dark comedy, but it can be rough. "


The drama seriesfeatures Garrett Hedland, Jay Will, Domenic Lombardozzi, and Max Casera. It will be broadcast in November of this year.

Stallone shared how he was introduced to one of the show's writers, Taylor Sheridan.

Stallone attended the Paramount+ UK Launch on June 20, 2022 in London, England. 

Stallone is Paramount + on June 20, 2022 Participated in the UK launch in London, England.  (Photo by Karwai Tang / WireImage)

"My daughter and I were practicing — I do a lot of polo; Long ago I played with the worst horses on the planet, but I learned so I started after making money. Barrel Racing. Very delicate. And I have my daughters I took him there, and Taylor Sheridan was in the same barn, and he hadn't done that yet, "said Stallone. 

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"He Is still acting And I think he is still doing "Cicario". And I said, "What do you know, I do another " Rambo ", you wanted to write it. "I thought.

Stallone continued: "He goes,'No, I'm a little busy with myself,' and we went into a conversation. He eventually bought my daughter's horse, and then He bought a second horse, but they are the first beginning of his transition to become this megastar. "

Tanya Giles, Paramount+ Chief programming officer of streaming and Sylvester Stallone celebrate the launch of Paramount+ in the U.K.

Streaming and Sylvester's Paramount + Chief Programming Officer Tanya Giles Stallone celebrates the launch of Paramount + in the UK(Photo courtesy of David M) . Benett / Dave Benett / Getty Images)

"Rambo" stars are possible at the Paramount + show in Sheridan, including "Yellowstone"starring Kevin Kosner The door of a cameo.

"Of course," he said, but he and Costner admitted that they knew each other "for centuries."

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"He's finally the following guy: I've come across a retirement home. May I buy the entire ranch? There was an offer that I couldn't refuse. ". That's a great thing. He is a good man.

Academy Award winners are thrilled to see fans play a role he has never played and meet him in new ways.

Kevin Costner, Sylvester Stallone and actress Demi Moore attend the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony for Bruce Willis in 2006.

Kevin Costner, Sylvester Stallone, actress Demi・ Moore attends the 2006 Bruce Willis Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony.(Photo by Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images)

Who am I, for better or for worse? " 

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"Many actors participate I wonder what would happen if Sylvester Stallone became a gangster. My personality is mine. I'm a gangster, but my way of speaking doesn't change. You have your personality as it is now. You never see it coming. You don't automatically become a stereotyped gangster. It's too obvious. You Just yourself. "

Janelle Ash is an entertainment writer for Fox News Digital.