Move Over, Jack Pearson! Milo Ventimiglia Brings Back an Iconic Role For Creed II

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Move Over, Jack Pearson! Milo Ventimiglia Brings Back an Iconic Role For Creed II
Warning: Spoilers for Creed II ahead, so get yourself to a theater before you read on.

Long before we knew him as Pittsburgh Steelers-loving Jack Pearson, Milo Ventimiglia actually had another iconic Pennsylvania role under his belt. He portrayed Sylvester Stallone's onscreen son Robert in the 2006 film Rocky Balboa, and after a decade, fans finally have a chance to see the 41-year-old take up the part again in Creed II.

Audiences last saw Robert Jr. (a role originally brought to life by Stallone's late son Sage) as he supported Rocky in a match against Mason "The Line" Dixon. The father and son maintained a tumultuous relationship throughout the course of the last few movies, and when the first Creed film rolled around, it appeared their bond had deteriorated once more. But come Creed II, Rocky spends a significant chunk of time pondering his life and the importance of family,
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