After breakout turns in last year's Chronicle and this year's Sundance sensation Fruitvale Station, Michael B. Jordan has been in contention for numerous high-profile projects.

Last month, it was rumored that he had read for Star Wars: Episode VII, which may or may not have been for the role of Lando Calrissian's son. The actor recently confirmed that he did auditioned for this highly-anticipated sequel, although he wouldn't say what character he tried out for.

"I mean, everybody's going in on this project. They're trying to figure out what they want. That's another incredible franchise. It's pretty crazy! We'll see how it happens. I don't know how I can do everything."

Earlier this month, actress Saoirse Ronan revealed that she used a lightsaber prop in her audition for Star Wars: Episode VII. However, Michael B. Jordan says he did not use the same iconic prop during his reading.

We also reported last month that the actor is up for a major role in Independence Day 2. Michael B. Jordan revealed that he is "a big fan" of Will Smith's work, and remains optimistic about his chances.

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"If that came true, that would be cool, too."

The only project he spoke about with any certainty was the Rocky spin-off Creed, where the actor will play the grandson of Apollo Creed for Fruitvale Station director Ryan Coogler. Sylvester Stallone is also reprising his role as Rocky Balboa.

"That's amazing, I can't wait to do it. That definitely is going on."

Michael B. Jordan has been rumored as the front runner to play Johnny Storm in the Fantastic Four remake, which would reunite him with Chronicle director Josh Trank if he signs on. However, while maintaining that he is interested in the project, it isn't a done deal yet.

"Definitely interested in the project. Josh Trank is a buddy of mine."

He also spoke about the onslaught of attention he has received since Fruitvale Station debuted at Sundance in January.

"You win Sundance, you pop up on a lot of peoples' radar. So it's been incredible. It's a different conversation. Studios, producers, writers, directors - getting to know a lot of people in the industry,"

Michael B. Jordan is currently shooting That Awkward Moment alongside Zac Efron, Miles Teller and Imogen Poots.

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