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Posted: 23/11/15

 

At the end of 2006’s Rocky Balboa, it’s pretty clear that the franchise has seen its final match in the ring. After six movies starring the titular former heavyweight champion, played by Sylvester Stallone, a story has been told, and it seems that there really is nowhere else to go.

creed imageHowever, Ryan Coogler, the director of last year’s excellent Fruitvale Station, has now splashed the mythology with a brand new slant. Instead of stepping back into the ring to claim yet another boxing victory, Rocky Balboa is, in Creed, the mentor and trainer of Adonis Creed, the son of late boxing champ Apollo Creed.  Apollo, you may recall, was Rocky’s opponent in the first two movies, and went on to become the champ’s trusted buddy.  He died from a deathblow inflicted by Russian boxer Ivan Drago during Rocky’s fourth ring bout.

“I grew up watching ‘Rocky’ movies with my dad; it was our thing,” Coogler says in the film’s production notes. “Rocky is a character that people just connect with—action fans, drama fans, hopeless romantics, even just movie fans—everyone likes ‘Rocky’ movies because they have something for everyone.”

As for Sly’s take on the prospect of a new Rocky movie, he was a tad apprehensive when first approached by Coogler, but the star eventually warmed to the idea.

“I hadn’t even made a feature film yet, so he was probably thinking, ‘Who is this kid coming in talking about making a “Rocky” movie?’ But I could tell he was also thinking about every different way it could work.”

In Coogler and Aaron Covington’s screenplay, Adonis, who yearns to follow in his father’s footsteps, vists Philadelphia to persuade Rocky to become his trainer. Rocky intiaily turns down Adonis’ request, insisting that his fighting days are over, but has a quick change of heart upon realizing that Adonis possesses Appolo’s strength and determination.

“Adonis has never had a father or father figure; I wanted to explore what it would be like to reach out for that as a grown man. Rocky had Mickey, so it’s something he would’ve been familiar with, the way a coach or trainer can be something like a parent to a young athlete.”

Coogler, who considers Creed to be his favorite personality within the entire Rocky franchise, always loved Weathers’ portrayal of the character.

“He played him with the same confidence that Ali had. I liked how intellectual, how in control of his own destiny that character was always shown to be.”

Back to Rocky, and the director says the iconic champ now bears a striking similarity to, Mickey (Burgess Meredith), Rocky’s first trainer.

“I always thought it was interesting that when we meet Mickey in ‘Rocky,’ there’s no reference to his family, to a wife, kids.  He’s just Mickey, he’s got this gym and his fighters and that’s it.  When we meet Rocky now, he’s kind of like Mickey was; the only difference is we know his history.”

The director also points out parallels between the lives of the young Rocky and the current Adonis.

In ‘Rocky,’ he’s a pretty lonely guy when we first meet him,” the director observes. “He’s trying to be a fighter, trying to form a relationship with Adrian {who would become his wife), he’s got Paulie, but he goes home by himself at night. And after all he reached out for—and got—in his life, he’s right back there now, all alone. And Adonis shows up, and Rocky sees himself when it all started, when he had nothing, but had everything ahead of him.”

 

Studio: Warner Bros

Director: Ryan Coogler

Stars: Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson, Phylicia Rashad and Anthony Bellew

Screenwriters: Ryan Coogler and Aaron Covington

Producer: Nicolas Stern

Executive Producers: Irwin Winkler, Robert Chartoff, Charles Winkler, William Chartoff, David Winkler, Kevin King-Templeton and Sylvester Stallone

Quote Source: Warner Bros Press Notes

Image Info: Sylvester Stallone {L} and Michael B. Jordan (R).   Copyright Warner Bros 2015.   All Rights Reserved

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