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‘Everything Isn’t Kumbaya’: Michael B. Jordan’s ‘Creed III’ Hits Hard with $100M Opening Weekend Despite Sylvester Stallone’s Absence Amid Fallout

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Michael B. Jordan served a knockout box office opening weekend for “Creed III,” which debuted in theaters on Friday, March 3.Domestically, it raked in $58.6 million, and overseas it earned $41.8 million, sending it over the $100 million mark and making it the most successful opening of the three “Creed” films.Noticeably absent from Jordan’s directorial debut was Sylvester Stallone. The Hollywood veteran played an integral role in Jordan’s character Adonis Creed’s storyline in the first and second “Creed” installments.