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Michael B. Jordan takes the reins of his new sports drama Creed III without Rocky

Michael B. Jordan takes the reins of his new sports drama without Rocky, aka Sylvester Stallone.

Michael B. Jordan's Creed III teaser and poster have been out, and they look to be an emotional roller coaster and it looks to be an emotional roller coaster. Ryan Coogler was succeeded as director of the franchise by the primary star of the subsequent movie. The first two films in the series were directed by Black Panther director Ryan Coogler, and both garnered positive reviews and performed well at the box office.

Adonis Creed (Michael) is depicted in the trailer as a prosperous family man leading a tranquil existence. But as soon as he faces his history, he embarks on a voyage of atonement for his sins, providing a shoulder to a buddy who at first seemed like a brother but subsequently became his worst foe. The plot of Creed III is comparable to that of Sly's Rocky V. Similarly, Rocky (Sylvester Stallone) pulls Tommy Gunn (Tommy Morrison) in the 1990 film, but Tommy Gunn betrays him and turns against him.

The third movie in the sports drama series, Creed III, which started with Creed (2015) and Creed II (2019). Creed, is led by Jordan, is a spin-off of Sylvester Stallone's well-known Rocky film series. Rocky transitioned from being the main star of Creed to serving as Adonis' coach. Rocky makes atonement with his past and even reconciles with his estranged son alongside Creed.

Rocky is mentioned in the Creed III trailer, although Sylvester Stallone is not shown at all. Rocky retired permanently from boxing at the conclusion of Creed II, according to the franchise's narrative, and he is now back with his family. The film's producer Sylvester will be anticipated by ardent Rocky fans. The third installment of Creed will hit theaters in March 2023.

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