Sylvester Stallone takes pictures with fans while shooting ‘Tulsa King’ in Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Sylvester Stallone stopped to take pictures with fans while in Oklahoma shooting his new Paramount+ show “Tulsa King.”

The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office posted a picture on social media of the “Rocky” star with a deputy.

Deputy Mike Wallace on patrol today ran into this guy…

Posted by Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Stallone also stopped by an Oklahoma favorite, Cattlemen’s Steakhouse.

“We were honored to have Sylvester Stallone stop in tonight for a perfectly cooked steak,” Cattlemen’s Steakhouse officials posted on social media Wednesday.

We were honored to have Sylvester Stallone stop in tonight for a perfectly cooked steak!

Posted by Cattlemen's Steakhouse in Historic Stockyard City on Wednesday, April 20, 2022

“Tulsa King” is about 75-year-old mobster Dwight “The General” Manfredi (Stallone), who is released home to New York after serving 25 years in prison for murder. Stallone’s character is banished to set up shop in Tulsa.

“Tulsa King” also will star Domenick Lombardozzi (“The Irishman” and “Bridge of Spies”) and Vincent Piazza (“Boardwalk Empire” and “Jersey Boys”).

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