Sylvester Stallone, 68, finds it ''hard to get men to like'' him. The actor believes action stars like himself are ''the hardest characters to sell'' to other males because they can be quite opposing. Speaking at a press conference to promote The Expendables 3
in central London today, he said: ''Men are very competitive. They go, 'Who's that? I'm sure he takes diuretic steroids, you know, he's shorter than he looks.' It's very hard to do it. People think, 'Oh, it's really easy.' It's good to jump around but to get other men to like you, it's very difficult. Men are kind of stand-offish that way.''
However, it's not just men that Sylvester joked one thing that scares him in life is
his third wife Jennifer Flavin, with whom he has three daughters.
He earlier said at the Manchester press conference: ''I am really scared of getting my wife pissed off really. I am serious. I can't win. Really guys, it is genetically impossible. She just does not quit the debate. After a while I go, 'Ok you win, whatever.'''