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Despite Sylvester Stallone declaring Creed 2 to be Rocky's final appearance, history has shown he's bad at retiring - and will return for Creed 3.
While the MCU's continuity has struggled to remain consistent over 10 years, the 42-year continuity of the Rocky/Creed films is a true movie marvel.
With Creed II, the Rocky franchise now spans 8 films in 42 years. We rank the entire saga to determine which film goes the distance as the best.
Creed II is a meaningful and poignant continuation of the Creed/Rocky films, even though it doesn't scale the same artistic heights as its precursor.
The latest Creed II promo video introduces Florian 'Big Nasty' Munteanu as the film's man villain - Victor Drago, son of Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren).
The latest image from Creed II features Rocky IV villain Ivan Drago, whom Dolph Lundgren describes as being a 'pretty damaged' person now.
The boxing movie sequel Creed II starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone gets a dramatic poster ahead of tomorrow’s new trailer release.
Actor Michael B. Jordan says he's interested in making (possibly, many) more Creed movie sequels after Creed II hits theaters later this year.
Co-screenwriter Cheo Hodari Coker offers plot details for Creed 2, saying the sequel is about 'sons haunted by their fathers'.
The Rocky spinoff sequel Creed 2 gets a confirmed cast and official synopsis, now that filming is officially underway in Philadelphia.
Black Panther and Creed director Ryan Coogler has high praise for Steven Caple Jr, the man chosen to take over directing Creed 2.
Michael B. Jordan says that Creed 2 should start filming within the next few months, and that he intends to make it a 'solid project'.
Aaron Convington, the writer of Creed (who worked with Black Panther director Ryan Coogler), is set to write two issues of the Black Panther comics.
A spinoff of the popular Rocky boxing drama franchise, Creed focuses on Adonis Johnson (Jordan), the son of Rocky Balboa's (Stallone) rival-turned-friend Apollo Creed. Adonis, interested in becoming a championship fighter, travels to Philadelphia and asks Rocky to be his trainer.