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.
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Sylvester Stallone is partnering with STX Entertainment in order to promote creative freedom for filmmakers, starting with a new mystery film.
Sylvester Stallone teases some of the ideas for a Creed sequel, but says that he's done playing the John Rambo character.
The first wave of reviews have dropped for Creed, the Rocky sequel/spinoff starring Sly Stallone and Michael B. Jordan, with Ryan Coogler directing.
Sylvester Stallone shared a pic of himself and costar Michael B. Jordan from the upcoming 'Rocky' franchise installment 'Creed'.
The official synopsis for 'Rocky' spin-off 'Creed' hints at the Italian Stallion's struggles while he trains Apollo Creed's son.
The 'Point Break' remake gets pushed back, while 'Creed' - starring Michael B. Jordan as Apollo Creed's grandson - is now scheduled to arrive this year.
Production on 'Creed' is expected to begin in January 2015, with Michael B. Jordan playing Apollo Creed's grandson.
The director and star of 'Fruitvale Station' are in talks to make 'Creed', a spin-off of 'Rocky' that focuses on Apollo Creed's grandson, and could feature an appearance by Rocky Balboa himself.
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'.
Creed 2 is set to be a Rocky IV remake, with Michael B. Jordan's Adonis taking on Ivan Drago's son, a move that can only hurt the franchise.
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.