Sylvester Stallone And Cast Of ‘Creed’ At The Art Museum!

Filed under: Arts and Entertainment,Photo Gallery |

by Bonnie Squires

Sylvester Stallone returned to the iconic steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, bringing back fond memories of his “Rocky” films, to launch his latest work, “Creed,” in which he stars as the trainer of Apollo Creed’s son Adonis Johnson. Mayor Michael Nutter welcomed the cast and producer Irwin Winkler to the museum’s grounds and presented a Liberty Bell to each of them. In return, Michael Jordan, who stars as Adonis, and writer-director Ryan Coogler presented a “Creed” jacket to the mayor.

HUNDREDS OF FANS gathered atop the Philadelphia Museum of art iconic steps, made famous by Sylvester Stallone in his first “Rocky” film, for the press conference launching the next film in the series, “Creed.” Seen here are (left to right) Slvester Stallones; Mayor Michael Nutter; actor Michael Jordan; actress Tessa Thompson; writer-director Ryan Coogler; and academy-award-winning producer Irwin Winkler. Photo by Bonnie Squires

HUNDREDS OF FANS gathered atop the Philadelphia Museum of art iconic steps, made famous by Sylvester Stallone in his first “Rocky” film, for the press conference launching the next film in the series, “Creed.” Seen here are (left to right) Slvester Stallones; Mayor Michael Nutter; actor Michael Jordan; actress Tessa Thompson; writer-director Ryan Coogler; and academy-award-winning producer Irwin Winkler. Photo by Bonnie Squires

IRWIN WINKLER has teamed up once again with Sylvester Stallone for another chapter in the Rocky Balboa story. Stallone even said at the press conference that he thinks there are more chapters to be written. Photo by Bonnie Squires

IRWIN WINKLER has teamed up once again with Sylvester Stallone for another chapter in the Rocky Balboa story. Stallone even said at the press conference that he thinks there are more chapters to be written. Photo by Bonnie Squires

MARGO WINKLER, wife of producer Irwin Winkler, was very proud of her Academy Award-winning husband and was delighted to speak with Bonnie Squires, contributing editor of the PUBLIC RECORD. Photo by Gary Thompson

MARGO WINKLER, wife of producer Irwin Winkler, was very proud of her Academy Award-winning husband and was delighted to speak with Bonnie Squires, contributing editor of the PUBLIC RECORD. Photo by Gary Thompson

JENNIFER FAURE FRANCIS, executive director of marketing and communications at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Norman Keyes, the museum’s director of communications, were ecstatic about the attention which the museum receives from Stallone and his movies. The iconic statue at the foot of the stairs has become a very popular Philadelphia landmark. Photo by Bonnie Squires

JENNIFER FAURE FRANCIS, executive director of marketing and communications at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Norman Keyes, the museum’s director of communications, were ecstatic about the attention which the museum receives from Stallone and his movies. The iconic statue at the foot of the stairs has become a very popular Philadelphia landmark. Photo by Bonnie Squires

FOX 29’S morning hosts Mike Jerrick and Alex Holley showed up just so they could talk about Stallone and “Creed” on their Monday morning TV show. Photo by Bonnie Squires

FOX 29’S morning hosts Mike Jerrick and Alex Holley showed up just so they could talk about Stallone and “Creed” on their Monday morning TV show. Photo by Bonnie Squires

SLY STALLONE and his friend Vince Papale had a nice reunion when Papale served as M.C. for the press conference. Photo by Bonnie Squires

SLY STALLONE and his friend Vince Papale had a nice reunion when Papale served as M.C. for the press conference. Photo by Bonnie Squires

SHARON PINKENSON, who heads up the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, was delighted to see Ryan Coogler, the writer and director of “Creed” back in the city once again. Photo by Bonnie Squires

SHARON PINKENSON, who heads up the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, was delighted to see Ryan Coogler, the writer and director of “Creed” back in the city once again. Photo by Bonnie Squires

MIKE MARONEY and his little daughter Nicolette showed up with the souvenir photos they had blown up from their first encounter with Stallone when he was first in the area to make the film. Photo by Bonnie Squires

MIKE MARONEY and his little daughter Nicolette showed up with the souvenir photos they had blown up from their first encounter with Stallone when he was first in the area to make the film. Photo by Bonnie Squires

THOSE LUCKY ENOUGH to have worked as extras on “Creed” included (l to r) Wanda Gray and Denise and Dolores Hillgrube. A friend of theirs who also worked on the film had make the t-shirts for them. Photo by Bonnie Squires

THOSE LUCKY ENOUGH to have worked as extras on “Creed” included (l to r) Wanda Gray and Denise and Dolores Hillgrube. A friend of theirs who also worked on the film had make the t-shirts for them. Photo by Bonnie Squires

MAYOR MICHAEL NUTTER was overjoyed when he was presented with the official “Creed” jacket by Michael Jordan, who stars as Adonis in the film; Ryan Coogler (half hidden behind the mayor); and actress Tessa Thompson, who plays the Adonis love interest in the film. Photo by Bonnie Squires

MAYOR MICHAEL NUTTER was overjoyed when he was presented with the official “Creed” jacket by Michael Jordan, who stars as Adonis in the film; Ryan Coogler (half hidden behind the mayor); and actress Tessa Thompson, who plays the Adonis love interest in the film. Photo by Bonnie Squires

JOIN OUR NEWSPAPER
Join over 3.000 visitors who are receiving our newsletter and learn how to optimize your blog for search engines, find free traffic, and monetize your website.
We hate spam. Your email address will not be sold or shared with anyone else.
Share
www.pdf24.org    Send article as PDF   

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *