Sylvester Stallone Admits Career ‘Regrets’ in Trailer for Netflix Documentary ‘Sly’: ‘Filmmaking, It Comes at a Great Price’ |

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Sylvester Stallone’s life and profession is getting nan retrospective curen courtesy of nan Netflix documentary “Sly,” which chronicles nan highs and lows of his adjacent 50-year Hollywood career.

“Do I person regrets?” Stallone asks successful a teaser that dropped connected Friday. “Hell yeah, I person regrets.”

“Sly” is directed by Thom Zimny (“Springsteen connected Broadway”) and produced by Sean Stuart, pinch nan documentary to statesman streaming successful November.

The charismatic logline explains what’s to come: “For astir 50 years, Sylvester Stallone has entertained millions pinch iconic characters and blockbuster franchises, from ‘Rocky’ to ‘Rambo’ to ‘The Expendables.’ This retrospective documentary offers an friendly look astatine nan Oscar-nominated actor-writer-director-producer, paralleling his inspirational underdog-story pinch nan indelible characters he has brought to life.”

In nan first-look clip, Stallone reflects connected his profession achievements and their costs. “What is healthier — to unrecorded nether nan illusion that you could person been great? Or really person an opportunity to beryllium great, and past you rustle it, and you recognize you’re a failure?” he asks, while cardinal memories of his profession flash by, including his first travel to nan Oscars successful 1977, wherever “Rocky” won champion picture.

Stallone past compares his profession to being connected a speeding train. “That’s what your life is — whipping by. It’s gone,” he explains, arsenic nan camera scans crossed bound scripts for Stallone’s “Rocky” and “Creed” films. “Filmmaking, it comes astatine a awesome price. There’s nary clip for thing else.”

Despite hanging up his gloves arsenic Rocky Balboa (Stallone did not appear successful nan franchise’s latest movie “Creed III”), his profession is seemingly hotter than ever. The character precocious starred successful his first TV series, Paramount+’s “Tulsa King,” followed by “The Family Stallone” reality series, which besides featured his woman Jennifer Flavin Stallone and their 3 daughters Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet.

On nan large screen, Stallone had a supporting domiciled successful Marvel’s “Guardians of nan Galaxy Vol. 3” (following a memorable collaboration pinch filmmaker James Gunn successful 2021’s “The Suicide Squad,” wherever nan character voiced King Shark) and he’s returning for “Expend4bles,” nan action franchise’s 4th installment, successful September. Plus, Stallone announced plans to reprise his iconic domiciled arsenic Gabe Walker successful a reboot of “Cliffhanger.”

The 40-second clip doesn’t springiness overmuch distant astir nan contented of nan documentary, different than promising a candid Stallone, who wraps up his existential statement of reasoning pinch this thought: “Nothing inspires you than taking your history, balling it up,” he says, acting retired his constituent and shooting nan imaginary shot for illustration a free-throw.

Watch nan afloat teaser for “Sly” below: