Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Arnold Schwarzenegger Unveils Sly Stallone Sabotage Plot in TMZ Exclusive

In the latest TMZ primetime special, “Arnold & Sly: Rivals, Friends, Icons,” Arnold Schwarzenegger candidly disclosed how he orchestrated a ruse to steer Sylvester Stallone into starring in the 1992 box office flop ‘Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot.’ This revelation has sparked renewed interest in the storied rivalry between these two cinematic giants.

During the height of their careers in the 1980s and 1990s, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone were not just major Hollywood figures but also fierce competitors. Their rivalry pushed them to employ cunning strategies to outdo each other. The recent TMZ interview conducted by Harvey Levin, which aired on FOX, shed light on the lengths to which Schwarzenegger went to ensure he remained at the pinnacle of the action genre.

The program, which aired Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET, drew back the curtain on decades of competition between these two icons of action cinema. Despite their competitive past, Schwarzenegger and Stallone have since developed a strong friendship, often reflecting on their earlier days with a mix of humor and nostalgia.

In their discussion, the actors also touched on overcoming challenging childhoods, a testament to their resilience and drive that propelled them to Hollywood stardom. Furthermore, they humorously debated who would join them on a fictional Mount Rushmore of action heroes, illustrating their significant impact on the genre.

This candid reveal not only underscores the intense competition that existed between these Hollywood titans but also highlights their growth from rivals to revered friends, adding a new layer to their public personas.

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