Sistine Stallone stuns in gold as she joins dad Sylvester and mom Jennifer Flavin on Cannes red carpet
The 20-year-old accompanied her father Sylvester Stallone to the premiere of his upcoming movie 'Rambo V: Last Blood' on Friday, May 24
Sistine Stallone, 20, was the cynosure of all eyes at Cannes Film Festival on Friday, May 24 as he stunned the crowd in a metallic bronze dress.
The '47 Meters Down: Uncaged' star was accompanied by her mother Jennifer Flavin, 50, and father Sylvester Stallone.
Sistine's outfit was a low-cut bronze floor-length dress embellished with ruched detailing that complemented her golden hair.
The ninth day of the film festival saw celebrities such as Marion Cotillard, Lea Seydoux and Adriana Lima turn heads in stunning outfits and Sistine joined the list of celebs who sizzled at the festival with their elegant and stunning attires.
After posing for the shutterbugs, the family was seen heading inside the Grand Lumiere where the audience received the first sneak peek of Stallone's upcoming 'Rambo V: Last Blood'.
Sylvester Stallone, 72, too looked dapper and a suave figure in a black tuxedo.
The 'Rocky' star seemed to be in good spirits as he walked hand-in-hand with his wife and daughter.
The fifth installment in the iconic 'Rambo' franchise is slated for a September 20 release. Following the glimpse of the new movie, Stallone took the stage to talk about how 'Rambo: First Blood' changed his life. "Those 20 minutes — they loved it, and it changed my life," Stallone said.
On her part, Sistine is set to make her debut in the sequel of '47 Meters Down' which will premiere on June 28. Joining her will be Corinne Foxx, Jamie Foxx's daughter who will be making her first feature film appearance as well.
According to the Broadway World, the movie will follow four teens as they dive in a ruined underwater city and find themselves entangled with deadliest shark species in the ocean.
The 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival is currently taking place from 14 to 25 May 2019 and Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu serves as the jury president.
The festival honored French filmmaker Agnès Varda, who died in March 2019, featuring her on the official poster of the festival.
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