Free Movie News | How to Watch All Rocky Movies 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 For Free on Tubi
Published By Celebrity Detective Steve
March 03, 2023
Tubi has added all of the Rocky movies 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 for free. Learn how to watch all of these classic films starring Sylvester Stallone right now.
Rocky Movie Trailers and Links to Movies
The first video has the official trailers for the Rocky movies 1-5. The second video is the official trailer for Rocky Balboa a.k.a. Rocky 6.
Trailer for Rocky Balboa (Rocky 6)
Tubi is sharing these movie for free at the following links:
- Rocky 1 (1976): https://tubitv.com/movies/100000031/rocky
- Rocky 2: (1979)https://tubitv.com/movies/100000033/rocky-ii
- Rocky 3: (1982)https://tubitv.com/movies/100000035/rocky-iii
- Rocky 4: (1985)https://tubitv.com/movies/100000034/rocky-iv
- Rocky 5: (1990)https://tubitv.com/movies/100000030/rocky-v
- Rocky Balboa/Rocky 6: (2006)https://tubitv.com/movies/100000032/rocky-balboa
Rocky Movies 1-6 FactsRocky (1976):
- Sylvester Stallone wrote the script in three and a half days, and it was initially rejected several times before it was finally picked up by United Artists.
- The iconic scene where Rocky runs up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art was not originally in the script. Stallone added it during filming, and it has since become one of the most famous moments in movie history.
- The fight scenes were shot in real time, with actual boxing choreography and contact.
Rocky II (1979):
- Sylvester Stallone was originally hesitant to make a sequel to Rocky, but eventually decided to do it after he was inspired by Muhammad Ali's comeback victory over George Foreman in 1974.
- The film's climactic fight scene, in which Rocky defeats Apollo Creed, was shot over the course of four days in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
- Carl Weathers, who played Apollo Creed, was a former professional football player who had never acted before Rocky. He went on to become one of the franchise's most beloved characters.
Rocky III (1982):
- Mr. T, who played Rocky's rival Clubber Lang, was not an actor prior to filming. Stallone discovered him on a TV show and was impressed by his physicality and charisma.
- The film's theme song, "Eye of the Tiger," was written specifically for the movie by the band Survivor. It went on to become a huge hit and won the band a Grammy Award.
- The fight between Rocky and Clubber Lang was choreographed by Muhammad Ali.
Rocky IV (1985):
- The film's villain, Ivan Drago, was played by Dolph Lundgren, who was a real-life karate champion and had a degree in chemical engineering.
- The fight between Rocky and Drago was filmed in a specially-built arena in Vancouver, Canada, with a crowd of 8,000 extras.
- The film's soundtrack featured several popular songs by artists such as James Brown and John Cafferty, as well as a score by composer Vince DiCola.
Rocky V (1990):
- The film was not well-received by critics or audiences, and Stallone himself has said that he is not a fan of it.
- The character of Tommy Gunn, played by boxer Tommy Morrison, was based on real-life fighter Mike Tyson, who had recently become the youngest heavyweight champion in history at the time.
- The film's ending, in which Rocky and his son walk away from boxing, was intended to serve as a conclusion to the franchise.
Rocky Balboa (2006):
- The film was written, directed by, and starred Stallone, who was 60 years old at the time.
- The character of Marie, who Rocky helps throughout the movie, was played by Geraldine Hughes, who had actually appeared as a child actor in the first Rocky film.
- The fight between Rocky and Mason "The Line" Dixon was filmed at the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino in Las Vegas, with a crowd of 13,000 extras.
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