Sylvester Stallone Vs Dolph Lundgren Transformation ★ 2022
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The world might find it hard to believe that a man who once struggled to find roles in movies, went on to become one of the most legendary actors in Hollywood. From bagging small roles to writing screenplays, Sylvester Stallone, considered the virile man of Hollywood, carved a place for himself in the world of showbiz.
His most iconic roles to date are that off ‘Rocky Balboa’ and Vietnam War veteran, ‘John Rambo’. Some of his most recent commercial hits include his collaboration with the other big guns of the industry such as Jean-Claude Van Damme and Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movies, ‘The Expendables’ and ‘The Expendables 2’.
A multi-talented personality, Stallone is currently an actor, writer, director and producer and is best-known for his trademark garbled speech patterns and his lopsided smile. Aside from the ‘Rocky’ films,
he starred in a number of other films which received critical acclaim but failed to receive the commercial success that ‘Rocky’ and ‘Rambo’ received.
To break away from the stereotyped ‘tough’ roles, he rekindled the attention of his fans by starring in a number of films in other genres such as ‘Paradise Alley’ and ‘Zookeeper’, which, however, failed to hit the target.
Dolph Lundgren is a famous Swedish actor, film-maker, screenwriter and martial artist. Lundgren has appeared in more than 40 films and is best known for his works in popular movies like ‘Rocky IV,’ ‘Universal Soldier,’ and ‘The Expendables.’
He made his directorial debut in 2004, when he helmed the British-German film, ‘The Defender.’ He then went on to direct several other films, including ‘Missionary Man,’ which was screened at the ‘AFI Dallas Film Festival’ in 2008.
Lundgren has also appeared in several television shows, including the superhero TV series, ‘Arrow.’ In 1985, Lundgren won the ‘Marshall Trophy for Best Actor’ for his work in ‘Rocky IV.’
As a martial artist, he holds a black belt in ‘Kyokushin’ karate and had won the European championship in 1980 and 1981. Lundgren has been closely associated with fitness and bodybuilding and has even authored a book titled ‘Train Like an Action Hero: Be Fit Forever.’