“Creed III” Starts Production with Knockout Casting and Another Success for Jonathan Majors

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“Creed III” has officially begun production, and fans of the “Rocky” franchise can’t wait to see what’s in store for the next chapter in Adonis Creed’s story. The film will star Michael B. Jordan as Creed, who is now a retired boxer turned trainer.

The movie also boasts an impressive cast, with Jonathan Majors joining the team as the film’s antagonist. Majors, who recently received critical acclaim for his role in “The Harder They Fall,” is quickly becoming one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors.

The news of “Creed III” starting production and the casting of Majors in a leading role has generated a lot of buzz on social media. Fans are excited to see how Jordan and Majors will bring their characters to life on the big screen.

This isn’t the only good news for Majors this month, as he also received a Gotham Award nomination for Best Actor for his role in “The Harder They Fall.” The Gotham Awards recognize independent films and their actors, and this is a significant achievement for Majors.

“Creed III” is directed by Michael B. Jordan himself, and he expressed his excitement about the project, saying, “Directing has always been an aspiration, but the timing had to be right. Creed III is that moment – a time in my life where I’ve grown more sure of who I am, holding agency in my own story, maturing personally, growing professionally, and learning from the greats like Ryan Coogler, most recently Denzel Washington, and other top tier directors I respect.”

With the film set to hit theaters in November 2022, fans are eagerly awaiting any news about the film’s progress. With Jordan in the director’s chair and Majors on board as the film’s villain, “Creed III” promises to be another exciting addition to the “Rocky” franchise.

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