Hickey Movie Review :
They’re chips off the old Rock — as in Sylvester “Rough” Stallone — and they’re prepared to venture out from their dad’s colossal shadow to luxuriate in the Hollywood spotlight themselves: The Stallone sister sirens will part Miss Golden Globe obligations at Sunday’s freewheeling honors function. (More on what that involves here.)
The eldest, Sophia, was destined to the 70-year-old activity motion picture star and his model spouse, Jennifer Flavin, in 1996. At that point came the spin-offs: Sistine, 18, and Scarlet, 14. Sistine — whose wide-set eyes most summon her dad’s looks — marked a year ago with IMG Models; she’s since strutted her stuff on the Dolce and Gabbana catwalk and moped for the front of Town and Country. Sophia, the learned little girl, goes to the University of Southern California, where she as of late changed from craftsmanship history to an interchanges major. Mild-mannered Scarlet is the competitor of the gathering, an olympic style sports star at St. Paul the Apostle School in Westwood (her dad often posts about “The Flash” on Twitter and Instagram). It’s been a bewildering couple of weeks for the tricky feely trio, who tend to complete each other’s sentences and who so enchanted Hollywood Foreign Press Association president Lorenzo Soria finally year’s service that he offered the desired space to every one of the three — a Golden Globe Awards first. The Hollywood Reporter sat down with the kin at their late cover shoot to talk early Rocky recollections, their father’s political aspirations and the advantages of the Miss Golden Globe gig. All concur that meeting Jimmy Fallon will be a “can list” minute. Also, hello, in the event that they happen to get some acknowledgment with Ryan Gosling, that’ll be the good to beat all. “This is the first run through without our folks close by,” says Sistine. “The way we act is an impression of the Golden Globes. We should be mindful and develop.
Sistine: [The HFPA] conversed with our father about it. He won a year ago [for best supporting on-screen character in Creed], so that put us on their radar. We were all really at the Golden Globes a year ago. The entire family went. I don’t think I’ve ever observed something to that effect on a Golden Globes celebrity main street.
Sophia: None of us were anticipating going — yet Sistine’s companion’s grandmother used to be the president of the Hollywood Foreign Press. She could get every one of us a few tickets at last. We were scrambling! Red wore my companion’s old prom dress, I wore my mother’s vintage outfit. And afterward your dad won.
Sistine: He won. Also, for every one of us to be there, madly crying on each other, it was candidly overpowering. It’s such an unbelievable minute to see such a merited achievement at last come to him.