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Putting On The Gloves

 

U.S. Release Date: 12/25/13

Posted: 12/23/13

 

stallone and de niro 2Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro are certainly no strangers to boxing pics.

De Niro played Italian American middleweight Jake LaMotta in director Martin Scorsese’s Raging Bull, while Stallone has become immortalized as the iconic Philadelphia boxer Rocky Balboa of the Rocky movies.

Now they’re both stepping back into the ring to square off against each other – thanks to the new boxing comedy Grudge Match.

Their characters are two old boxing rivals who come out of retirement to settle a longtime score.

“I’ve always loved boxing movies, and I’ve always been attracted to second chance stories,” says Peter Segal, the film’s director.   “But even more important than the fight is the second chances the characters are given to repair relationships they destroyed three decades earlier. In essence, the fight becomes a metaphor for never giving up.”

De Niro and Stallone play Billy “The Kid” McDonnen and Henry “Razor” Sharp, respectively,  two former boxing champs who are suddenly pulled back into the spotlight after years in retirememt.

Back in the day, both fighters had claimed a victory against the other.  But Razor, in 1983, announced his retirement without giving a reason, something which ended both their careers.

The story came about when screenwriter Tim Kelleher started thinking about all the retired fighters who would want to step back into the ring one last time.

“What if there were two old fighters whose rivalry was legendary but never fully settled?”

Segal says casting choices were pretty much decided immediately.

“It seemed inevitable that it had to be Bob and Sly.”

Stallone says the story is about a desire to change past actions.

“We all say, ‘Why did I do that?’ It’s that life-long yearning that he should have gone right when he went left.  He should have married this person or that person.  He quit boxing too early.  He had talent; he was good and he just let it go.  He let his emotions really dictate his future.”

Differences between the two characters couldn’t be clearer.  Razor hates the public’s sudden attention to a longstanding feud between himself and ”The Kid” – something that has gone viral on social media sites.   By contrast, McDonnen revels in the spotlight.

“These two guys are in really different places in life,” muses De Niro.  “My character’s done alright for himself, financially, but he still has this unfulfilled yearning to have this final fight, because he felt that he was kind of gypped the last time when Razor pulled out of it. Razor’s the one that needs it, for the money, but Kid’s the one that really wants it.”

According to Segal – a longtime fan of heavyweight matches – both characters are seeking redemption as much as victory.

“{Boxing] is a ballet of violence.  But it’s also a great metaphor for life—when you’re beaten down, can you get up again and keep fighting?”

 

Studio: Warner Bros

Director: Peter Segal

Stars: Robert De Niro, Sylvester Stallone,  Kevin Hart,  Alan Arkin, Kim Basinger, Jon Berthnal and Camden Gray

Screenwriters: Tim Kelleher and Rodney Rothman, story by Tim Kelleher.

Producers: Bill Gerber, Mark Steven Johnson, Michael Ewing, Peter Segal and Ravi Mehta

Executive Producers: Jane Rosenthal and Kevin King-Templeton

Source: Warner Bros Press Kit

Image Info:  (L-r) Robert de Niro as Billy “The Kid” McDonnen and Sylvester Stallone as Henry “Razor” Sharp in Warner Bros. Pictures’ comedy “GRUDGE MATCH,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

 

 

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