Michael B. Jordan and Tessa Thompson are not only looking to take out their foes in the Creed franchise, but they are also looking to take down cybercriminals. In their latest collaboration, Michael B. Jordan and Tessa Thompson teamed up with Amazon to issue a public service announcement to the digital world. The duo hopes to educate internet users about the dangers of phishing scams and offer tools that will help the average digital citizen protect themselves.
“Being part of this PSA was an opportunity to work with Tessa again, one of my mentors — Paul Hunter, and to support the Amazon family to get this message out that cyber security and your privacy is really important,” Michael B. Jordan told Variety about his latest project with Tessa Thompson and Amazon.
“Nobody wants their information stolen. As much as you can protect your information, and your family and friends, you should do that.”
Seeing Michael B. Jordan and Tessa Thompson on screen together is a bit of a bittersweet treat. As previously mentioned, the star duo has appeared in the first two Creed films. Following the success of Creed II in 2018, the duo was expected to share the screen once again in November 2022 when Creed III hit theaters. Unfortunately, Michael B. Jordan’s directorial debut has been delayed until 2023 due to unforeseen delays and conflicts. Until Adonis Creed finishes up training camp, fans will have to settle for Jordan and Thompson knocking out cybercriminals in the latest public service announcement from Amazon.