Stallone stays with Paramount for Gangster redo

The “Rocky” star is teaming with the studio on their upcoming series “Tulsa King”, too.

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Sylvester Stallone-produced “The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil”, a remake of the acclaimed South Korean crime thriller, has landed at Paramount Pictures.

Original star Don Lee (aka Ma Dong-seok) reprising his lead role as a gang boss looking for redemption in the studio’s U.S. version, says Deadline.

Lee is producing under his U.S banner Gorilla 8 Productions; and alongside Chris S. Lee, CEO of B&C Content; Billy Acumen, CEO of BA Entertainment; and Stallone and Braden Aftergood under their production banner, Balboa Productions.

The film marks a return to Paramount for Stallone who is currently working for the shingle’s small-screen division on “Tulsa King”. No word if the “Rocky” star will take a role in the aforesaid pic.


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