To flame on or not to flame on?Fruitvale Station - Ryan Coogler's moving tale of the tragic shooting of Oscar Grant in the Bay Area in 2009 - has been one of the hits of the Cannes Film Festival thus far, with Michael B. Jordan's lead turn a particular standout.We spoke to Jordan - so good in both The Wire and Chronicle, of course - and his Fruitvale Station co-star Melonie Diaz for an upcoming videblogisode, and they were on great form. You'll see the full interview on Friday. But we couldn...Read Full Story
Rumors continue to circulate that Chronicle star Michael B. Jordon just might be the next Human Torch. The report originated with The Wrap, who claimed that jordon was director Josh Trank's top choice for the role.
In an interview with USA Today, Jordon further added fuel to the speculation fire by commenting on what the race change would mean for the character. He stated, “Things change and time goes on, it’s 2013 right now. The characteristics of the Human Torch are his name is Johnny Storm...Read Full Story
We have two different sides arguing about whether or not the Human Torch should be black in the Josh Trank-directed Fantastic Four reboot. In the comic book, the Fantastic Four’s Human Torch is white who has a white sister, Susan Storm. Michael B. Jordan, who’s in talks to play the Human Torch, chimes in on the matter to USA Today during the Cannes Film Festival for his role in Fruitvale Station.
“Things change and time goes on, it’s 2013 right now,” Jordan says about the Human Torch. “The...Read Full Story
Having watched Marvel Studios adapt Marvel superheroes properly and make truckloads of money in the process for the last five years, 20th Century Fox is determined to have a Fantastic Four reboot in theaters on March 6, 2015.With that far-off release date getting a little less far-off every day, it seems that talk of casting the titular quartet has kicked off, as Allison Williams and Michael B. Jordan are both associated with this new take on Marvel's first family.Having made an impressive...Read Full Story
Rumors previously hit the web about Chronicle star Michael B. Jordan being considered for director Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot. While many could see Jordan playing Johnny Storm, there was naturally some debate seeing as... well, Johnny's white and he isn't. USA Today asked the actor how he felt about the rumors and he clearly doesn't think the color of Johnny's skin is one of the character's defining traits."Things change and time goes on, it's 2013 right now," Jordan says of the Torch...Read Full Story
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Michael B. Jordan is an American actor and was on the soap opera All My Children for 3 years.