Michael B. Jordan is a Knockout with New Partnership with Ring Doorbell System

Michael B. Jordan is a Knockout with New Partnership with Ring Doorbell System

Michael B Jordan brings his sultry voice to a doorbell near you.

People reported that the Creed III star and director has partnered with the Ring smart doorbell system, with pre-recorded greetings as the title character. Customers can download the answers to play when guests ring their doorbell. Visitors are either informed that the host is unavailable or away, or asked to leave a message.

Ring announced the partnership via Instagram, with Jordan starring in the video as Adonis. The doorbell allows homeowners to open the door directly from their phone, tablet or computer. It also sends alerts when motion is detected or when someone presses the doorbell, even at night using infrared night vision. In the video, Jordan trains with future fighters but is constantly interrupted by guests. As each guest rings the doorbell, a new phrase is heard. “Oh hey, yeah, they train with me, Adonis Creed,” says Jordan, “I said jab, jab, then uppercut! Just leave them a message.”

Named People’s Sexist Man Alive in 2020, Jordan shows how open he is to stepping out of his acting comfort zone and doing other things. Voice acting on a home surveillance system is a first for the actor.

The aspiring director has been deep in the campaign for the third installment of Creed, which will be released March 3, with fellow heartthrobs, Jonathan Majors co-star.

While he starred in the first two, this will be the first he’s directing, which the 36-year-old says he’s excited about. “Directing has always been a desire, but the timing had to be right,” Jordan told The Hollywood Reporter. “This franchise, and the themes of Creed III in particular, are deeply personal to me.”

Appearing on the cover of Movie Maker Magazine, Jordan shared his excitement about the cameras used on the film. “Outside of the IMAX cameras, my team has been developing some custom stealth builds like this ‘Fighter Mode’ RED V-Raptor with Panavision VL spherical lenses,” Jordan wrote on Instagram.

“I know this means nothing to you, but I had to freak out for a second.”