Michael B. Jordan Takes the Director’s Chair for ‘Creed 4’ According to Producer Irwin Winkler
• Michael B. Jordan is the director for the fourth installment of the blockbuster “Creed” franchise.
• The third film crushed the box office with an awe-inspiring $58 million opening weekend.
• Sylvester Stallone, who starred in “Creed” I and II, will not be featured in “Creed 4”.
• Amazon and MGM are discussing expanding the universe through a film and TV series.
• Pre-production for “Creed 4” is slated to begin in about a year.
Get ready for another knockout! Michael B. Jordan is set to direct the highly anticipated fourth installment of the “Creed” franchise, as revealed by producer Irwin Winkler.
Following his memorable performance as heavyweight champ Adonis Creed, Jordan made his directing debut in “Creed 3,” which stormed the box office earlier this year with a record-breaking $58 million opening weekend.
While MGM has yet to comment on the upcoming film, insiders have confirmed that Jordan and Amazon are discussing expanding the “Creed” universe with movies and TV shows on Prime Video.
Although production plans were delayed due to strikes, pre-production is expected to start within a year; fans of the franchise can rejoice as Winkler assures them that “Creed 4” is developing with an exciting story and plot.
With the talented Jordan behind the camera again, prepare for another thrilling chapter in the “Creed” saga!