Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone used to be at constant war with each other. The two action stars spent all of the 1980s and early 1990s. It started to get ridiculous, as Schwarzenegger states in a new interview with Jimmy Kimmel. They had to have the bigger knives, the bigger guns, and even the better muscle definition. These days, the two action stars are good pals, or at least they were. It seems that the Terminator: Dark Fate actor may have opened a feud up.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Arnold Schwarzenegger was looking to get into other types of acting roles. This led him to comedy, which turned into box office gold with Kindergarten Cop and The Twins. In turn, Sylvester Stallone decided to go into the same kind of thinking because of the rivalry. Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot. The movie was not even close to a hit. As it turns out, Schwarzenegger was behind the whole thing. He tells Jimmy Kimmel.
"I read the script, and it was a piece of sh * t. Let's be honest. I say to myself, 'I'm not going to do this movie …' Then they went to Sly, and Sly called me ( and asked), 'have they ever talked to you about doing this movie?' And I said, 'Yes, I was thinking about doing it. When he heard that, because he was in competition, he said, 'Whatever it takes, I'll do the movie.' And of course the movie went major into the toilet. "
Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot Sylvester Stallone's career back. Arnold Schwarzenegger Laughs Sly is sick of his former rival. With the story out in public again, Stallone posted a video message to Schwarzenegger on social media, taking jabs at his career and even threatening to make a new movie called, Stop! Or Your Grandmother Will Beat Your Ass.
Sylvester Stallone goes on to call out Arnold Schwarzenegger for a writer, like he is and then told him to "keep punching, big guy," before wishing him luck on his new movie. Now, Arnold is out promoting the Terminator: Dark Fate Rambo: Last Blood. With that being said, they usually mention the name of the project and when they come out, especially in hashtags and then tell their fans to go see it.
Sylvester Stallone did not mention Terminator: Dark Fate "Stop Or Your Grandmother Will Beat Your Ass. – A tribute to Schwarzenegger." Arnold may have actually started the feud from the 1980s. Stop! Or My Mon Will Shoot story again. You can watch Sylvester Stallone's Twitter response to Schwarzenegger below.
– Sylvester Stallone (@TheSlyStallone) October 30, 2019