Paulie’s robot Sico has been axed from Sylvester Stallone’s new cut of Rocky IV , and the creator of the machine believes it was a cost-cutting measure. In the works to honor the 35th anniversary of the release of the hit sequel, Stallone’s Rocky IV Director’s Cut has a lot of excitement surrounding the project. With so many fans asking about it, Stallone has been speaking about its progress on social media. When one fan questioned Sico’s involvement, Stallone revealed that he cut the robot’s scene, stating that poor Sico was “going to the junkyard forever.” Word of Sico getting the boot made its way back to the robot’s creator, International Robotics founder Robert Doornick , who also provided the voice of the robot. Speaking about the news in a new interview with Empire, Doornick explained what he believes to be the reasoning behind Stallone cutting the scene. Here’s what he said in the publication’s November issue. RELATED: Rocky IV Director’s Cut Will Axe Paulie’s Robot SICO “I was in my office when I found out. I was deluged with messages: ‘How can Stallone do that?’ But I know why he’s doing it, because I know he loves the robot…. Read full this story
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