Sylvester Stallone has been one of Hollywood's leading actors and most beloved faces since the late 1960s, making a name for himself as Rocky Balboa.
However, though he has over fifty years of experience being in the spotlight and he's more than used to being on the screen, the star, and his family, are heading towards an entirely different entertainment project.
Fans are about to see a totally different side of the actor and his family, as it has been revealed that they have a new reality television show in the works.
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Though Paramount+, its intended distributor, has yet to announce the project, Puck reported on a statement by Sylvester's publicist that revealed the news.
Matthew Belloni writes: "Its existence was revealed only by Stallone's publicist in a weird statement responding to a divorce filing last month by his wife of 25 years, Jennifer Flavin."
The show, which has the production company for Keeping up with the Kardashians, Bunim-Murray, behind it, will reportedly follow the lives of the couple's children.
The three daughters reside in Florida
Sylvester has three daughters with Jennifer, Sophia Rose, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlett Rose, 20, and according to Puck: "The still-untitled show is filming in and around the family's new $35 million Palm Beach estate."
Though it will center around the three ladies, the actor and his estranged wife are set to both make appearances and promote the show.
The show is already filming
Puck further detailed that: "Paramount+ won the show in a five-outlet bidding war with a two-season commitment. They're almost done filming, and have continued to shoot even after the divorce filing, with Flavin still participating, despite the fact that she's petitioning the court for 'exclusive use' of the home during the divorce proceedings."
Jennifer filed for divorce in late August, and per court documents obtained by TMZ, the paperwork read: "Upon information and belief, the Husband has engaged in the intentional dissipation, depletion and/or waste of marital assets which has had an adverse economic impact on the marital estate."
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