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February 27, 1996|ART BERMAN | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Sly Move: Only four months after dumping Creative Artists Agency in favor of International Creative Management, Sylvester Stallone has switched agents again. The William Morris Agency announced Monday it had signed Stallone, who will be represented by Arnold Rifkin, worldwide head of WMA's motion picture division. Rifkin's goal, according to a statement released by the agency, is to broaden the industry's perception of Stallone away from action roles and showcase his writing, directing and producing talents. Stallone's latest move follows his starring roles last year in back-to-back action duds, "Judge Dredd" and "Assassins." Stallone's next film is "Daylight" for Universal, due this summer.

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