Approaching a sequel can be daunting, no matter who you are or what the role is. But for the actor Michael B. Jordan, who makes his debut as a sequel taking back his role as Adonis "Donnie" Creed in Credo IIIt is even more of a challenge than usual. So when he was given the opportunity to ask him what was the biggest obstacle when putting his trunks with stars back, he had the following answer:
During the recent press day of Credo II, CinemaBlend spoke with Jordan about Creed II & # 39; s various challenges, as well as where you would like to see the franchise in the future. When it comes to the here and now, Michael B. Jordan is like everyone else on board the great franchise and the debut of director Steven Caple Jr.'s feature film: keeping things fresh and from the heart.
It is a feeling that is not difficult to evoke when you think about the past history of the Rocky franchise. With the specter of the infamous fifth sequel to Sylvester Stallone's original career that still haunts those who dare to mention the possibility of another installment, the fear that the series will be lost again is something that still motivates those involved to keep it on the straight and narrow. In the worst case, the sequels of the series can feel like exercises in the ego; but at their best, remember that the heart of the homeless is where the best stories are found.
Credo II It definitely feels like a step in the right direction. This is mainly because he followed the example set by his predecessor, opting to follow a story that recalls raising emotional bets along with the previous physical action. A word governs the sequel, "family." And if there are possible future sequels in the Creed Saga follows the example of Michael B. Jordan, the family will prevail in the fight.
You can see Michael B. Jordan explaining the situation for himself, courtesy of the video of our interview with him as part of the interview. Credo II press day festivities:
While the potential path to Creed III Obviously, the wind through the consequences of Creed II & # 39; s Narrative, knowing that Michael B. Jordan does not see playing Adonis's path to victory as a mere pay concert is quite safe. If there is another round in the future of the saga, it has a good chance of being as special as the first two.
Credo II He is in theaters with early performances tomorrow night, making his appropriate debut on Wednesday, November 21.