Jonathan Majors just got some major support from his Creed III co-star Michael B. Jordan who turned out for the world premiere of his new film Devotion.
The pair, who play rivals in the upcoming boxing film, where all smiles and even shared a big hug on the red carpet.
In Devotion Majors plays Jesse Brown a pioneering Black Naval aviator who flew during the Korean War. He shared with HipHollywood how special it was to play Brown and paying homage to black U.S. veterans like his grandfather.
The film is also personal for director J.D. Dillard whose father was a Naval aviator. He told us he wanted to focus not only on Brown’s “devotion” to his country but also to his wife Daisy played by Christina Jackson.
Brown also builds a close bond with fellow airman Tom Hudner played by Glen Powell, an executive producer on the film who told us he spent five years trying to get it made.
We also caught up with film stars Joe Jonas, Thomas Sadoski and Spencer Neville who told us their dream wingman. Guess which Jonas brother Joe picked?
Devotion, an aerial war epic based on the bestselling book of the same name, tells the inspirational true story of two elite US Navy fighter pilots who helped turn the tide in the most brutal battle in the Korean War: Jesse Brown, the first Black aviator in Navy history and his fellow fighter pilot and friend, Tom Hudner. Their heroic sacrifices and enduring friendship would ultimately make them the Navy’s most celebrated wingmen.The film soars into theaters November 23.