Michael B. Jordan News Archive
Well that would be cool!
Recently Bryan Singer, director of several of the X-Men films, including the upcoming X-men: Apocalypse, sat down to promote the extended cut of his last X-men movie, Days of Future Past and answered some fan questions.
Quite possibly the most intriguing question was whether or not we there were any plans for a crossover between the X-Men and Fantastic Four movies' as both of their film rights, though Marvel comics, are owned by 20th Century Fox studios.
There's been a lot of negative buzz surrounding the Fantastic Four reboot from the word go.
So it's nice to see that the film's heroes look so much like what the Marvel Comics characters are supposed to be — a family!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the quartet come together!
We're so pumped up!
Boxing movies seem to always be some of the best sports movies, and Rocky is one of best!
That's why we couldn't be more excited that it's one of the any Hollywood franchises getting a revival in the form of a spinoff of sorts!
This time around though, it's all about Apollo Creed's son, Adonis Creed, played by Michael B. Jordan, steps in the ring and asks the former champ, Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) to train him. Adonis has his own demons since he grew up without a father — Apollo died before he was born — but Rocky still sees the heart of a champion in him!
Apollo ends up getting a chance at the title but can he follow in his father's footsteps while still making his own mark on the world?! The movie also stars Tessa Thompson, Phylicia Rashad, and Phylicia Rashad and is due out November 25, 2015!
Ch-ch-check out the intensely AH-Mazing trailer for Creed (above)!
Poor Jamie Bell — he has no bellend!
Based on the latest evidence, it seems that part of the transformation from pilot Ben Grimm to rocky hero The Thing in the new Fantastic Four movie included the loss of his manhood!
He has no penis!
In a recent pic in Empire magazine, the first well-lit full frontal of the naked hero has been shown, and it reveals the, um, let's say sheer cliff face:
Star power only gets you so far!
Michael B. Jordan can act, that's for sure — but he can't overcome Los Angeles fire codes!
Diddy tried — twice — to get Jordan in, but to no avail. The club owners said no, and the fire codes won out!
The irony is, Jordan is playing the fire-controlling Human Torch in Fantastic Four!
Jordan was fine about it, which goes to show how cool he is, but it's a shame the star couldn't enjoy the bash!
[Image via Starbucks/WENN.]
Well this just looks… well, you know!
In the newest quick trailer for the upcoming Fantastic Four, Johnny Storm appropriately asks, "Are you guys ready to have your minds blown?" — OF COURSE we are! And we can't wait!
The reboot, or reimagining, is a more modern and darker take on one of Marvel's longest-running superhero teams — sorry Avengers!
This film will be a bit different from the previous flicks as it's inspired by the 2004 run of comics titled Ultimate Fantastic Four, instead of being astronauts, the characters — who are younger in this — actually teleport to an alternate universe, which ends up altering their physical form and giving them powers. They then have to learn to cope with the changes and work as a team to save Earth from a friend turned enemy as a result of a similar event they went though.
The film stars Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell and is due out August 7 this year! Ch-ch-check out the FANTASTIC trailer (above)!
Fox Is Trying To Erase The Existence Of Old Fantastic Four Movies Before Reboot Release! Find Out How HERE!
This is a strange call on Fox's part.
In anticipation of the reboot of Fantastic Four, we're guessing a lot of fans are keen to revisit the 2005 version starring Jessica Alba and Chris Evans. Well, those people are out of luck, because both Fantastic Four and its 2007 sequel Rise Of The Silver Surfer have become as invisible as Sue Storm!
Fox has removed the earlier iterations of the Marvel superheroes from both iTunes and Amazon streaming!
According to insiders, the move is to keep the films