In January, Creed II will become the first film in the Rocky franchise to get a theatrical release in China.
In an Instagram post from the Creed II set, Sylvester Stallone indicates he is retiring from the longtime role of Rocky Balboa.
Sequels topped the box office as Ralph Breaks the Internet and Creed II took the top two spots in a record-breaking holiday weekend.
Tessa Thompson is confident her MCU character, Valkyrie, could beat Michael B. Jordan's character, Erik Killmonger, in a fight.
Creed II confirms that Ivan Drago is the ultimate villain, not just for Apollo's son or Balboa, but for the entire Rocky franchise.
Creed II is fueled by nostalgia, summoning the specter of both Ivan Drago and Rocky IV. However, that shouldn't be viewed as a criticism.
Creed II is a decent sequel that forces stars Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, and Tessa Thompson to overcome a formulaic plot.
Early reviews for Creed II call the sequel a solid addition to the Rocky franchise, though not as good as its 2015 predecessor.
The second trailer for Creed II shows Michael B. Jordan's Adonis Creed facing Ivan Drago and his son to avenge his father's death.
A new poster and exclusive clip tease the arrival of a second trailer for Creed II.
Rocky helps train Adonis Creed as he prepares to avenge his father's death against the son of Drago.
New Creed II images show Adonis Creed getting ready for his big fight with the son of Ivan Drago.
Michael B. Jordan puts the boxing gloves on and steps back into the ring in the first poster for Creed II, which arrives with a synopsis.
Sylvester Stallone has announced he'll both produce and direct the sequel to 2015's Creed, with Michael B. Jordan returning in the title role.