Sylvester Stallone is said to have insulted and laughed at people on set in the worst way: series from Yellowstone maker is heading for disaster

Sylvester Stallone is said to have insulted and laughed at

Even a Hollywood legend can’t afford everything. That’s what some fans will think in view of the allegations that are currently being made against Sylvester Stallone. The action star is said to be working with an unnamed director on the Tulsa King series from Yellowstone maker Taylor Sheridan gossiped about extras. Their boss now drew the consequences.

The allegations explained: Sylvester Stallone is said to have insulted colleagues on the set of the Yellowstone maker

What happened? For the filming of the second season of the mafia series Tulsa King in the US city of Atlanta, the CL Casting agency hired various background actors. During the filming, several of those involved reported Stallone’s degrading treatment his colleagues, as Deadline reports.

The moderator of a private Facebook group in which extras can discuss their work summarizes the situation. Starting from one Screenshot from the group Here’s what happened on the Tulsa King set. However, be warned before reading further: very hurtful insults are quoted.

Stallone was seen directing [einer Tulsa King-Folge] called to himself and said: ‘What the heck is wrong with these ugly extras?’ He and the director then gave some people horrible names and laughed at them, calling them ‘Schmalzwanne’ or ‘fat guy with a walking stick’. They made fun of her weight and her infirmities. Sly said, ‘Bring beautiful young girls who can stand around me.’

Check out the trailer for Tulsa King here:

Tulsa King – S01 Teaser Trailer (German subtitles) HD

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CL casting boss Rose Locke has now drawn the conclusions from the reports. In a Facebook message she explains that her agency has them Collaboration with those responsible for the series ended:

I was there on the second day of filming to see what was happening. At the end I announced, because it was clearly a toxic environment that I don’t want to subject myself or my extras to.

Locke’s decision is apparently not based on an isolated case. According to an extra’s Facebook comment, “countless people” who complained about the conditions on set. However, she herself was not present during the filming.

Tulsa King is about mafia boss Manfredi (Stallone), who is supposed to open up new business in the city of Tulsa after 25 years in prison. Neither Stallone nor showrunner Sheridan have yet commented on the allegations.

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