If all goes well, Jonathan Majors could be seen starring in Michael B. Jordan s boxing drama film ‘Creed III’. Apparently, in the month of March last, MGM Studio announced for the third part of the Creed film series. Michael B. Jordan is going to start his directorial career with the film ‘Creed III‘.
Tessa Thompson and Phylicia Rashad are returning to reprise their roles in Creed III. The script for this upcoming sports drama film Creed III will be written by Keenan Coogler ( who is also co-writer of the screenplay for upcoming comedy film, “Space Jam: A New Legacy” )and Zach Baylin ( King Richard ) that idea created by Ryan Coogler. Though, first part of the Creed film series was released in 2015 which was directed by Ryan Coogler. 2015’s Creed film grossed 173 million worldwide with a budget of 35 million and Sylvester Stallone wins Golden Globe Award for this film.
Although, “Creed II” grossed 215 million worldwide at the box office with a budget of 50 million. ‘Creed II’ film was released in 2018, which was directed by Steven Caple Jr. and bigger hit.
Creed III Film Release Date
Michael B. Jordan’s ‘Creed III’ is set to release on Thanksgiving on November 24, 2022, that MGM Studio confirmed this with announcement of director as Michael B. Jordan.
Jonathan Majors is not a new face, he has shown his acting prowess in the 2019 epic drama film, The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Jonathan Majors caught everyone’s attention from the film The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Due to which he was offered a role for HBO’s supernatural horror drama series Lovecraft Country. Apart from this, he has also appeared in Netflix’s, Da 5 Bloods.
If Jonathan Majors is cast in the film Creed III is confirmed, then he has a big movie like Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania from Marvel Studio. Jonathan Majors is playing the role of main villain Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Along with this, Jonathan Majors will be seen in Jeymes Samuel’s film, ‘The Harder They Fall; and J.D. Dillard’s action war film ‘Devotion‘.