Sylvester Stallone Joins Wife Jennifer Flavin and Daughter Sistine on the Red Carpet of Ralph Lauren HBO Documentary
The popular star of Rocky series, who was recently mentioned in news about a conflicting claim from Elton John, attended the private screening of 'Very Ralph' documentary in Los Angeles accompanying his wife and daughter.
The Stallone family members looked like a million dollars when they showed up in this exclusive screening. Jennifer Flavin, 51, kept his husband’s company on the red carpet alongside their daughter Sistine, 21.
The Rambo movie renowned actor, 73, shared some photos on Twitter about their family night out. He advised people not to miss the Very Ralph documentary, and expressed his thought regarding the fashion icon in this way:
"The man is a 100% genius!"
Flavin who was looking very stylish in the screening event married Sylvester in 1997, a few years after starring in Rambo V with him and they have three daughters. However, the other two girls Sophia 23, and Scarlet, 17 were not present.
Very Ralph documentary that chronicles the success story of the famous American fashion designer, Ralph Lauren, is directed and produced by award-winning documentarian, Susan Lacy and was premiered on November 12 on HBO.
Sistine who has the aspiration of turning into a well-known movie star like her dad appeared in an eye-catching dark green dress on the red carpet. She had previously described on People Now about the way she gets help from her father for auditions.
"... I’m very proud of you dad."
She made her first acting presentation as Nicole in the movie 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, directed by Johannes Roberts.
It was related to a party he threw for the chairman of Walt Disney Studios in that time, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and invited the Pretty Woman star, now 70, as well as the Rocky writer and the Princess of Wales.
In his memoir, Me, John claimed that Sylvester nearly had a fist-fight over the Princess of Wales with Gere in that night, however, Sylvester did not acknowledge and called this claim “Total Rubbish”.