On March 3, Jordan and Jonathan Majors square off in cinemas.
With Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky Balboa officially leaving the franchise and Michael B. Jordan taking to the director’s chair, Creed III unquestionably has some large shoes to fill (Adonis “Donnie” Creed). Jordan has made it plain that he intends to take the series in a new direction, and being the first sports movie to be shot in IMAX is undoubtedly a start. Stallone could have ended his 46-year run as the boxing hero by saying farewell to the enterprise.
The inclusion of Dolby technology, which guarantees better audio for movies, raises the film even more. In advance of the film’s premiere, Dolby debuted a new movie promo that teases the immersive experience fans could anticipate.
Having serving a significant portion of his life in prison—a period of time about which Donnie may know more than first appears—Dame is brimming with resentment and a desire to make up for lost time.
Given that the Rocky franchise has always been daring in its ability to face real-life topics like love, devotion, and grief, the examination of the good vs. bad notion is especially germane. In the end, such plots are what gave Stallone’s production a cult following for years to come. Time will tell if Creed III will achieve the same level of acclaim, but it does appear promising at first.
On March 3, Creed III knocks its way into cinemas. You may view the Dolby promotional trailer below in the meanwhile.