Sylvester Stallone has 'best job in the world'
Sylvester Stallone believes he has the "best job in the world" and isn't about to give it up for retirement.
Sylvester Stallone has no plans to retire because he has the "best job in the world."
The 68-year-old actor - who kick-started his Hollywood career in 1970 - insists he won't be slowing down any time soon as doesn't feel old enough, both physically and mentally, to stop making successful movies.
Asked if he has any plans to retire, he said: "From what? I have the best job in the world. I'm only 34 in my head. My body is about 48-49 years old."
Meanwhile, the 'Rocky' star believes it's important that every man sees himself as macho because it shows you have the strength to reach for your goals.
He explained to BILD: "I am macho. It's the prototype of a man. It's an attitude, responsibility, dignity and will. [It is] believing in yourself and not giving in to defeats. Everyone can be a macho, even if you're small, thick and bold. It is an attitude to life."
Meanwhile, Stallone finished shooting the third installment of 'The Expendables', which he wrote, earlier this year alongside his friends Wesley Snipes, Antonio Banderas, Mel Gibson and Harrison Ford.
Speaking of the movie, he said: "I wrote the story by hand and called all my friends to invite them."
'The Expendables 3' is out in cinemas now.