Jonathan Majors, who was recently in Lovecraft Country and Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods, is in talks to be Michael B. Jordan‘s new opponent in Creed III. The third entry in the Rocky spin-off franchise will have Jordan both behind and in front of the camera as he’s set to make his directorial debut on the project. While specific details about Majors’ role aren’t available just yet, it’s being reported that he’ll be Adonis Creed’s latest nemesis.
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Michael B. Jordan is a very good actor and a very handsome man with very big muscles, but even he has his bad workdays. Jordan recently revealed that he auditioned for the role of Finn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and it didn’t go so well. In fact, Jordan says he bombed the audition and “ran out of there” when it was over and done with. Of course, Jordan’s career continued just fine without Star Wars. But still, it’s good to know that perfect-seeming movie stars have their occasional off days.
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Before Michael B. Jordan took on Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he had a breakthrough performance in the found footage superhero movie Chronicle. And there’s still plenty of superhero action in his future, and fans actually want him to do even more.
At DC FanDome last year, Warner Bros. Pictures announced a movie was in development based on the DC Comics character Static Shock. Jordan isn’t taking the title role, but he’s producing the movie and recently provided a status update. Meanwhile, fans have been champing at the bit to see the Creed star play the new Superman in a film that will be written by Black Panther comics writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and produced by J.J. Abrams. But Jordan says we shouldn’t get too excited. Read More »
Sylvester Stallone recently confirmed for Rocky fans what he already mentioned at the end of production on Creed II: The journey of Rocky Balboa is over. Creed III will not bring back the iconic actor to reprise the role, and the franchise will continue without the champion boxer turned ringside mentor. Instead, Michael B. Jordan will now venture out on his own, not just as the star of the franchise, but as the sequel’s director, and he recently explained why now is the time for Rocky to disappear. Read More »
Tom Clancy‘s tales of espionage stretch from the pages of his many novels to the light of the silver screen, not to mention a franchise of video games and a TV series. Now the author’s recurring character John Clark is about to have a bigger presence in media, courtesy of Michael B. Jordan in the upcoming film adaptation Without Remorse.
Originally picked up by Paramount Pictures, Amazon Studios snagged Without Remorse and will be releasing it through the Amazon Prime video service at the end of the month. To help hype the action thriller for longtime Tom Clancy fans, a new Without Remorse featurette has arrived online to talk about how the character of John Clark is being brought to life in this movie in a refreshing way while also staying true to what fans love about him in the book. Read More »
Creed III will see Michael B. Jordan take a much bigger role in the Rocky spin-off series by letting the actor hop in the director’s chair for the first time. Even though Jordan will be following in the footsteps of Rocky star Sylvester Stallone by getting behind the camera while also staying in the ring, it appears he’ll be doing so without Stallone by his side. Read More »
Michael B. Jordan is not going to let an international conspiracy keep him down in Without Remorse, a new action thriller based on Tom Clancy‘s book of the same name.
Without Remorse finds Michael B. Jordan playing John Clark, one of the most popular recurring characters from the world of Tom Clancy’s espionage novels. In a story that plays out like John Wick meets Clear and Present Danger, Clark loses his family in a brutal attack by a squad of Russian soldiers seeking retaliation for a top secret operation he pulled off. Now he’s out for revenge, and he’s seeking out the assassins…without remorse. See how intense things get in the new Without Remorse trailer below. Read More »
Michael B. Jordan, the star of the Creed franchise, has officially been confirmed as the director of Creed 3 – something that has been rumored for months. The fresh news here is the Creed 3 release date: the boxing sequel will punch its way into theaters on Thanksgiving 2022. Read More »
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Amazon Prime Video already has John Krasinski as Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, and now they’re ready for a new Clancy hero – Michael B. Jordan as John Kelly in Without Remorse. Based on Clancy’s book of the same name, Without Remorse is a film that finds Jordan playing a U.S. Navy SEAL who uncovers an international conspiracy while out for revenge for the murder of his pregnant wife. Watch the Without Remorse trailer below.
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Amazon has set a Prime Video release date for Without Remorse, the Tom Clancy thriller starring Michael B. Jordan, after acquiring the former theatrical release from Paramount Pictures. The announcement of the film’s streaming debut comes just as Jordan’s production banner Outlier Society has expanded its first-look deal with Amazon.
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