In the wake of the nine shows Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan is gearing up to release, there’s one show in particular that’s starring one of the most well known American actors of the past 50 years, and it’s no other than Sylvester Stallone.
Sly, most known for his roles in Rocky and Rambo, is playing mobster Dwight “The General” Manfredi in Sheridan’s upcoming show Tulsa King, which is about how Manfredi relocated to Tulsa, Oklahoma after doing hard prison time in New York for 25 years.
After cutting ties with the mob in New York, he begins to piece together his own gang in the Tulsa area.
With that being said, the 75-year-old has officially made his first appearance on set for the show.
Paramount+ posted the first look on Twitter, showing Stallone posted up in the streets of Tulsa, as this will be his first lead role in a TV series ever.
There’s one thing for certain about Stallone, and it’s that he’s been a mainstay as America’s badass for 50 years…