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The girls are so lucky to spend time with dad, or do I have it backwards! He rose to fame as the underdog boxer Rocky Balboa in a series of films released in the 70s-80s aptly named after the character.

While Sophia and Sistine boasts half-a-million followers on Instagram and budding modeling careers, Scarlet recently became a freshman in high school.

So just the idea that I got to work with her was a blast.” And how did the two superstars become friends?

“She was dating one of my best friends, a dear friend of mine for a long time,” the Oscar winner explained.

I think that's cool, that we can't start from scratch here, and build up who we are.

It's cool, it's the start of something new.' Sophia and Sistine also recently starred in a Dolce & Gabbana Beauty advert inspired by old Italy.

Now in his fifth decade as a movie actor, Sylvester Stallone is back in Escape Plan, a promising-looking slice of prison break action silliness, alongside his fellow action icon Arnie Schwarzenegger.

The strangely ageless-looking Sly (well, he always had a complexion like a bag of spanners), may be happy to play to his action archetype these days, but our pick of his best movies shows he’s always been a better actor than he is given credit for, not to mention, on occasion, a pretty tidy writer and director.

FIRST BLOOD (1982) Its sequel may have created a trigger-happy poster boy for the "shootfirst, worry about dialogue later" school of action movies, and a 1980s moral panic into the bargain, but the movie that began the franchise is a far superior beast.

The 71-year-old storied actor was delighted to stand alongside his beautiful daughters Sophia, 21, and Sistine, 19.

Sylvester captioned the image, 'At a family Christmas gathering last night... Sylvester celebrated twenty years of wedded bliss to Jennifer Flavin earlier this year, and they also share daughter Scarlet, 15.

Stallone’s representative has denied the 67-year-old actor used the N word and told Mail Online: 'This is just another example of an embellishment of a story to make innocuous videos and pictures more valuable.

Frank Pesce, who can be seen in the video with the star, said: 'I was with Sly the whole time, and he never said the N-word.