Monday, January 17, 2022

Denzel Washington Helped Michael B. Jordan With His ‘Creed III’ Directorial Debut

Michael B. Jordan is stepping both into the ring and behind the camera later this year for his directorial debut with “Creed III,” and he’s gotten some much-needed guidance about the latter from a legend who has mastered both: Denzel Washington.

In an interview with AP Entertainment, Jordan discussed how he got help from Washington while working together on “A Journal for Jordan,” in which the “Creed” star plays an Army sergeant who writes a journal of wisdom for his infant child while deployed in Iraq. The film is Washington’s fourth as a director, having made his directorial debut with “Antwone Fisher” in 2002 and also helming “The Great Debaters” and the Oscar-winning “Fences.”

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