Michael B. Jordan

American Actor

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Michael B. Jordan: American Actor
Michael Bakari Jordan is an American actor and producer. He is known for his film roles as shooting victim Oscar Grant in the drama Fruitvale Station (2013), boxer Adonis Creed in the Rocky sequel film Creed (2015) and main antagonist Erik Killmonger in Black Panther (2018), all three of which were co-written and directed by Ryan Coogler.


Billie Eilish on who she wants to be the next James Bond

billie eilish on who she wants to be the next james bond
Billie Eilish has tipped Michael B Jordan as her tip to be the next James Bond. Eilish, who has recorded the titular theme for the latest Bond movie, No Time To Die, revealed her choice for the role..
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Jordan hopes 'Just Mercy' exposes criminal justice system

Speaking at a screening for his latest movie "Just Mercy," actor Michael B. Jordan says he hopes the film exposes "how bad things are" in the criminal justice system. (Jan. 16) - Published

Here's why 'Just Mercy' needed that harrowing electrocution scene

Michael B. Jordan's "Just Mercy" highlights the work of lawyer Bryan Stevenson, including one death row inmate he couldn't save, Herbert Richardson. - Published

Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx compliment each other for 'Just Mercy'

Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx discuss their frienship and finally getting to work together on "Just Mercy." (Jan. 9) - Published

Why Jamie Foxx doesn't run from issue movies

"Just Mercy" stars Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx discuss the importance of speaking out about social issues through film, while co-star Brie Larson recalls Foxx rallying cast and crew on emotionally.. - Published

Michael B. Jordan says role “huge responsibility”

Michal B. Jordan called taking on the role civil rights defense attorney Bryan Stevenson “a huge responsibility” at the world premiere of “Just Mercy” Friday at the Toronto International Film.. - Published

Michael B. Jordan presents Central Park Five with courage award after 'When They See Us' series

Michael B. Jordan told the men known as the Central Park Five that he cannot watch footage of “When They See Us” without getting emotional. - Published