Get ‘Rocky’ I-V and ‘Rocky Balboa’ on Blu-ray today for 62% off the $59.99 list price. Each film comes with a handful of special features. 

Amazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day is ‘Rocky: The Undisputed Collection’ on Blu-ray for just under $20. All six movies are included at 72% off the $69.99 list price. You’ll also get a bonus disc with special features. 

'Fruitvale Station' director Ryan Coogler will take the helm, with his former star Michael B Jordan playing the grandson of Apollo Creed. Stallone, playing Rocky once again, will act as Creed's trainer.

First Look: ‘Rocky’ on Broadway (by RockyOnBroadway)

Mock it all you want those Flaherty and Ahrens songs sound pretty good.

All three live-action Ninja Turtles movies, plus the animated ‘TMNT, can be yours on DVD for just $10. Or if boxing is more your thing all six ‘Rocky’ movies on Blu-ray are on sale for $20. No time limits on these.

No not “Rocky Horror” rather Rocky.

Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, a Tony Award-winning songwriting team (“Ragtime”), who along with book writer Thomas Meehan are deep into a stage musical adaptation of the boxing-cum-romantic drama “Rocky,” the winner of the 1976 Academy Award for best picture.

The creators and producers, which include “Rocky” star and screenwriter Sylvester Stallone, held a private reading of the work in New York in April, according to Mr. Meehan and a member of the producing team, Barbara Darwall. In interviews on Wednesday, they described the reading as creatively successful and said work was continuing toward the goal of mounting the musical in Germany in the fall of 2012 — and then, they hope, bringing “Rocky” to Broadway in the spring of 2013.

Ok then. While another movie adaptation is the last thing Broadway needs (especially this movie), Ahrens and Flaherty with Thomas Meehan is promising.

What?

Another week of new instant picks for the Whatcha Gonna Queue blog.

Featuring The Crazies (2009), Girl Who Played With Fire, Our Town, Important Things With Demetri Martin Season One, 1984, Rocky, and Woody Allen’s Crimes and Misdemeanors. 


Nothing too crazy here except that Stamos was originally supposed to sing “Sweet Transvestite.” The real good comes from the link to a post at gleeksonline.com. Apparently Stamos recorded a demo of the song…

“Sweet Transvestite” Demo from The Rocky Horror Glee Show LEAKED! | GleeksOnline.com

Better or worse than Amber Riley’s? I say better.