Creed III: Michael B. Jordan faces his past in a new teaser
Scheduled for release in theaters on March 1, “Creed III” has unveiled a new teaser in which Adonis Creed, played by Michael B. Jordan, finds himself face to face with Damian, a childhood friend who served 18 years in prison. . And who resurfaces for revenge.
The weight of guilt. Directed by Michael B. Jordan, whose first production, “Creed III” will see the actor/director take over the role of Adonis Creed, when the latter has managed to settle in the pinnacle of the boxing world.
The new teaser unveiled on the film’s official Twitter account sees the hero face off against an old childhood friend, Damian (Jonathan Majors), who has just emerged from 18 years behind prison bars. And he returns with the firm intention of taking revenge on Adonis, in order to prove to the whole world that he is a better boxer than him. He has nothing to lose, and that is precisely what makes him dangerous. “There is no worse enemy than the past,” we hear.
There’s no enemy like the past. From Director Michael B. Jordan, don’t miss #Creed3 only in movie theaters March 3. pic.twitter.com/Vn5QhlpWyy
— #CREED3 (@creedmovie) January 28, 2023
To hope to win against this formidable opponent, Adonis will have to follow the advice given to him in the teaser: “Forget what has been, and walk towards what is”. According to Michael B. Jordan, “Creed III”, scheduled to be released in French theaters on March 1, will not be “your classic boxing film”, specifying that it has sought to exploit the “emotional journey of the characters, to put it on the ring and to obtain a physical result from it”.
This film will be the first of the saga “rockywhere Sylverster Stallone will not make an on-screen appearance. In addition to Michael B. Jordan and Jonathan Majors, the cast will count on the presence of Tessa Thompson, Wood Harris, Florian Munteanu, Phylicia Radhad, and Tony Bellew.