Michael B. Jordan talks about keeping Los Angeles as a character in `Creed 3`
actor-director Michael B. Jordanwhose latest film ‘Creed 3’ has hit the screens, shared his thoughts behind making the city of Los Angeles a character in the film.
The actor said in a statement: “Because we were treating it like an origin story, a sequel and a trilogy, we thought it was important to make Los Angeles a character, a kind of homecoming and then you break it up. Yes. More down the line as the characters shared childhood trauma? So we leaned into the reality of those environments.”
Along with Jordan, the film also stars Jonathan Majors, Joe portrays Damian Anderson’s character – a former close friend of Adonis. Tony ‘Little Duke’ Evers is played by Wood Harris, while Victor Drago is played by Florian Muntenu.
Michael continued: “And then the kind of area where black families lived and thrived, who had money. Where would Apollo Creed be? We talked about those things. And then we started thinking about What a great environment we want to put these two in. The guys as a montage. When you think about Los Angeles, what are familiar places that aren’t oversaturated.”
‘Creed 3’, produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, is currently playing in theaters in India.
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