Sylvester Stallone has expressed his anger after discovering the "Rocky" movie's spinoff, "Drago," was in the works at MGM.

Stallone, who released "Rocky" in 1976 and also wrote the screenplay for the flick, took to Instagram on Sunday to bash the producer of the movie, Irwin Winkler, and his children - David and Charles Winkler.

The 76-year-old actor shared a photoshopped image of him and Irwin, sucking his blood. In the next photo, the actor can be standing, while the producer and his kids are stabbing his back with a bunch of knives.

"After IRWIN WINKLER And FAMILY SUCK ROCKY DRY !" Stallone captioned the post. "Presumed to be the most hated, untalented, decrepited, Producer in Hollywood and his cowardly children have found their next meal… Drago?"

"Throughout history so many artists in every industry, recording, painting, writing, you name it have been destroyed by these bloodsuckers Who have destroyed so many families," he added. "Lining their pockets with other people's work.. #parasite producers #exploited artists victims."

Stallone made another post on the same day where he shared the announcement news' screenshot, which read, "'Rocky' Spinoff Film 'Drago Set for MGM With Robert Lawton to Write (Exclusive)."

The actor called this news "another heartbreaker," and wrote, "ONCE AGAIN, IRWIN WINKLER, this PATHETIC 94-year-old PRODUCER and HIS MORONIC VULTURE CHILDREN, Charles And David, are once again picking clean THE BONES of another wonderful character I created without even telling me."

The "Rambo" star went on to apologize to his fans as he never wanted his movie characters to be "exploited by these parasites." Stallone also called out his co-star Dolph Lundgren, who played Drago's character in the "Rocky" franchise.

"I once had nothing but respect for Dolph but he NEVER told me about what was going on behind my back with the character I created for him !!!" he concluded. "REAL FRIENDS Are more precious than gold."

However, 64-year-old Lundgren was quick to clarify he wasn't aware that Stallone was not part of the project. He also shared there has been no "approved script, no deals in place, no director" for the "possible" spin-off yet.

"I was personally under the impression that my friend Sly Stallone was involved as a producer or even as an actor," he added. "There was a press leak last week which was unfortunate. In touch with Mr Balboa - just so all the fans can relax…There ya go."

The success of the first installment, "Rocky," had led to many sequels, including the last one, "Rocky Balboa," released in 2006.

The "Rocky" franchise also has a spin-off franchise, "Creed," which was dropped in 2015. "Creed 2" was dropped in 2018 while "Creed 3" is slated to release on March 3, next year.

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