“I’ll Ask Sly”: Sylvester Stallone Lends a Helping Hand to Al Pacino

Published 05/19/2023, 5:03 PM EDT

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The Stallone family’s new reality show is out now for everyone to enjoy. The first episode premiered on May 17, and it received much love from fans. The show aims to provide a deeper insight into aspects of Stallone’s life. It also showcases the Stallone family’s day-to-day activities. The first episode, featured Stallone lending a helping hand to legendary actor Al Pacino.

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‘Sly’ exhibited his selfie-taking skills to the “The Godfather” actor who seems to be having trouble with one aspect of modern life. The duo looked like ‘old pals’ when they met, they even worked together on a movie called Ultimate Fights last year. Moreover, they also hung around in public together. Previously, Sylvester Stallone, Frank Stallone, and Al Pacino also appeared together surprising the fans.

What’s interesting is Sly didn’t tell Al Pacino that he will be appearing in a reality show. When the cameras popped out, Stallone had expected Pacino to walk out. However, Pacino didn’t seem to mind it and took it all in good faith, he even started making jokes. Stallone told, TV insider, how he deceived Pacino to appear on his show.

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Sylvester Stallone teaches Al Pacino the art of taking a selfie

In a captivating episode of the reality show “The Family Stallone,” Sylvester Stallone, the legendary Hollywood star, helped out his friend and fellow icon, Al Pacino who seemed to be facing a problem. The actors met for a casual lunch. During their meal, Pacino, 83, confesses his unfamiliarity with capturing selfies on his phone.

While Pacino admits his texting prowess, he reveals his struggle with mastering the art of selfies. Sensing an opportunity, Stallone, 76, decides to showcase his expertise and provides a hands-on demonstration. With cameras rolling, the duo enjoyed pizza and engaged in friendly banter as Stallone guided Pacino through the process, capturing a few photos along the way.

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This lighthearted interaction between Stallone and Pacino highlights their enduring friendship and reveals a humorous aspect of these Hollywood icons.

The scene not only entertains viewers but also illustrates how even seasoned actors can navigate the modern world of technology.

Stallone’s overprotective nature shines through

“The Family Stallone” reality show provides an intimate look into the life of Sylvester Stallone as a father, showcasing his protective nature towards his three daughters – Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet. Stallone is portrayed as a loving yet fiercely overprotective father, intimidating potential suitors.

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In one episode, Stallone’s protectiveness shines through when Sistine pranks him with a fake pregnancy during his birthday party. His reaction is intense, exclaiming, “I’m going full Rambo, pal,” emphasizing his dedication to safeguarding his family.

The show emphasizes Stallone’s unwavering commitment to his daughters’ well-being, reflecting his desire to shield them from harm. While appreciating their father’s protectiveness, the girls express occasional frustrations, longing for more openness and acceptance in their romantic relationships.

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Through heartfelt conversations and glimpses into their daily lives, “The Family Stallone” portrays a family bound by love, humor and dealing with the complexities of fame.

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Chirag Radhyan is a Boxing Writer at EssentiallySports. He has authored over 300 articles and loves to talk about the animosity between athletes, leading up to a fight. His coverage of the off-court drama between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury received widespread appreciation from readers.
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