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    Why the 'Creed' Sequel Needs Ryan Coogler

    The writer-director has a burgeoning career as he preps to shoot 'Black Panther' for Marvel, but MGM and Sylvester Stallone need his involvement on the 'Creed' sequel.

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    'Creed,' 'Empire' Top NAACP Image Award Nominations

    Ryan Coogler's 'Rocky' spin-off garnered six nominations, while FOX's smash hit scored 12.

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    All the 'Rocky' References in 'Creed' (We Think)

    Ryan Coogler's "Creed" is its own film, but that doesn't mean the young director didn't take every chance he could to pay tribute to the franchise that came before.

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    Watch: 'Creed' Stars Michael B. Jordan and Sly Stallone on Resurrecting Rocky Balboa for a New Generation

    Plus: 'Fruitvale Station' director Ryan Coogler, longtime fan of the 'Rocky' series, describes pitching Stallone on the film in this new behind-the-scenes featurette.

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    Watch: Michael B. Jordan and Ryan Coogler Try to Keep 'Rocky' Alive in Revealing New 'Creed' Trailer

    The award-winning duo behind "Fruitvale Station" looks to revive the "Rocky" universe in stunning fashion.

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    Watch: Michael B. Jordan Muscles Up in Trailer for Rocky Spinoff 'Creed'

    'Fruitvale Station' director Ryan Coogler reunites with Michael B. Jordan, who stars opposite Sylvester Stallone as the son of Apollo Creed.

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    Nantucket Film Festival's Top Honors Go To 'Short Term 12,' 'Life According to Sam' and 'Fruitvale Station'

    The 18th annual Nantucket Film Festival, which focuses on excellence in screenwriting, announced the festival winners today, in addition to the winners of its competitions for best screenplay for film and television. The prestigious Showtime Tony Cox award for best emerging screenwriter went to Dest...

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