Michael B. Jordan will direct Creed III, which opens exclusively in cinemas on March 3, 2023. Adonis Creed will return to the ring.
“Donnie” Creed is content with his family and the life he has created for himself after a few years away from the ring. The heavyweight boxing champion‘s calm is jeopardized by the reminder from his past when his childhood best buddy, a previous boxing prodigy, contacts him after being released from prison.
In Jordan’s first film as a filmmaker, Tessa Thompson is back opposite Jonathan Majors, a Creed rookie. Jordan explained to media during a private trailer screening that he believed it was “the perfect time” following his considerable expertise in a variety of roles over the course of “over 20 years” in the business.
After a while, he said, “I finally reached a point in my career where I wanted to tell a story and not just be in front of the camera, not just carry out someone else’s idea.” “Furthermore, I’ve played this character twice before, and we’ve been together for seven or eight years. I, therefore, had a lot to say as a young Black man about my life experiences and how I could actually share a piece of myself with the world through these characters and through this story in order to be able to present a story of where I believe Adonis is at, as well as at 35 years old.”
How to watch Creed III:
When will the newest Creed movie be released?
The official release date for Creed III is March 3, 2023. But, early screenings begin on March 2 (Thursday).
Where can you watch Creed III?
The initial release of Creed III will take place only in theatres. The third installment of the boxing movie series has no definite release date on streaming services.
When can you watch Creed 3 online?
The release date for the third Creed movie’s streaming service has not yet been announced, however, HBO Max or Amazon Prime Video will most likely both offer the movie for streaming at some point in the future.
Where to watch Creed II and Creed
Now, the first two Creed movies can be rented for $4 or bought for $7 through Amazon Prime Video.