Michael B. Jordan is undoubtedly enjoying his greatness at the moment. In addition to having his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the 36-year-old is celebrating the imminent release of “Creed III,” his first film to serve as a director.
Jordan was present for the ceremony on Wednesday afternoon, along with “Creed III” co-star Jonathan Majors and “Black Panther” director Ryan Coogler.
“Ooh man, this is pretty cool,” said Jordan. “This is probably one of the most unforgettable weeks I’ve had. I’m extremely humbled and grateful to be here … I know it’s not a small achievement. It’s not lost on me how special this moment is and what it represents to our community, so I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
Adonis Creed gets a fresh start in “Creed III,” which opens in theaters nationwide on Friday. He has finally emerged from the shadow cast by his father, Apollo, and Rocky Balboa, whose reputation dominated the first two movies (Sylvester Stallone decided “Creed II” would be his last).
Jordan and Jonathan Majors co-star in “Creed III,” and Jonathan Majors, who portrays “Kang the Conqueror” in “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,” attended the ceremony on Wednesday to honor Jordan.
“I love my brother,” said Majors during his speech. “I watched him stand tall, smile, be grateful, and keep his heart open. I watched him move with integrity every round.”
“It takes a lot to move through the world the way he does, and I watch him, and I admire him, and he encourages me,” he continued.
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