'The Stallone Family' Reality Series Featured in Paramount+ Super Bowl Ad
Sylvester Stallone and his three daughters also star in a new Paramount+ Super Bowl ad.
Academy Award nominee Sylvester Stallone will take his family up Paramount Hill. The anchor announced that the actor will join his wife, Jennifer Flavin Stallone, and three daughters, Sophia, Sistine and Scarlett Stallone, in a new reality series called "The Stallone Family." The show will premiere on Paramount+ this spring. To fully welcome Stallone to Paramount, the company dedicated an entire mountain to "Sly" in its Super Bowl streamer ad.
In their new reality series, the Stallone family will enter their lives like never before, providing a behind-the-scenes look at one of Hollywood's most famous families. For Stallone (known to audiences as Rocky and Rambo, among other iconic characters), it meant giving us a glimpse into what he calls his greatest role - father of three daughters. The series will delve into his role in the family and how he prepares for the future of his family, especially his daughters.
Stallone is much more than the success of the "Tenet" and "The Expendables" star. His wife, who also co-owns skincare and wellness brand Serious Skin Care, has made a name for herself through her business acumen. two His two daughters, Sistine and Scarlett, are not far behind. Sistine got her start in acting and modeling, appearing in 47 Meters Deep: Uncage and Midnight on Switchgrass, but she has also set her sights on filmmaking, with her first project currently in development. Scarlett, the youngest of three sisters, is currently in college but also dreams of following Stallone, and could even star opposite him in Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan's new series Kings of Tulsa. Although Sophia isn't interested in acting, she hosts a podcast called Unwaxed with Sistine and focuses on getting in touch with her passions and deciding her path in life.
Sly Becomes the Face of Paramount Mountain in the Streamer's Super Bowl Ad
The Super Bowl ad featured the Stallone family as the focus of characters from Paramount+ shows such as Dora the Explorer, Star Trek: Lower Decks and Reno 911! Take a look at the three faces of the mountain—North, South, and Stallone. Stallone himself is climbing up his grim face while characters, including his daughter, watch from the sidelines. Things got tough for the actor, however, when Stoneface sneezed and he fell off a hill, worrying everyone watching except his daughters. For them, doing the dangerous feat is like their dad did, and sure enough, he's fine minus the potential surgery needed to repair his back.
It's not shocking that Paramount bet big on Stallone. Not only is he one of the most beloved actors in the business, but he also broke Paramount+ records with the aforementioned Tulsa King. His TV debut became the highest-grossing cable debut of the year and generated the largest single-day sign-ups ever for Paramount+, which understandably made the case for a season 2 renewal. With Paramount execs aggressively crafting an expansive King of Tulsa universe like Yellowstone.
"The Stallones" was released in the United States this spring and will be released worldwide later. In the meantime, check out the Super Bowl ad below that showcases Paramount Hill's "Stalone face."