Michael B. Jordan is back as Adonis Creed in the first poster for Creed 2, with the first trailer coming tomorrow.
HBO has released the first official full-length trailer for Fahrenheit 451 starring Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon.
Michael B. Jordan says his company will use inclusion riders after Frances McDormand made a stand at this year's Oscars.
A young fan was clenching her teeth so hard during Michael B. Jordan's shirtless Black Panther scene she broke her retainer.
Michael B. Jordan fans want the actor to take his love for anime to the big screen with a unique spin on updating Space Jam.
HBO releases the first official trailer for Fahrenheit 451, an adaptation of the Ray Bradbury classic.
Creed 2 will start filming within the next few months and it's going to be solid, according to star Michael B. Jordan.
It was recently announced that Michael B. Jordan is re-teaming with Ryan Coogler for Black Panther, but who is he playing?
Creed star Michael B. Jordan is eyeing MGM's remake of The Thomas Crown Affair, although talks are still in early stages.
Universal Pictures is eyeing Michael B. Jordan and Jonah Hill to play Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin in a Def Jam Recordings biopic.
Michael B. Jordan writes a poignant editorial about those who responded negatively to his casting in the Fantastic Four remake.
Michael B. Jordan says he is grateful that 20th Century Fox saw the 'bigger picture' about casting him in Fantastic Four.
Michael B. Jordan reveals the advice he got from original Fantastic Four actor Chris Evans, and that he is putting a fresh spin on Johnny Storm.
Michael B. Jordan, who plays Johnny Storm in The Fantastic Four, reveals that the reboot is not your typical superhero movie.
T.J. Fixman is writing the script for this CIA action-thriller, which has Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schecter attached to produce.
The Captain America: The Winter Soldier star feels connected to the actor, and can't wait to see what he does with the character on screen.
The actor is taking on the role of Johnny Storm in this reboot, which has become a point of controversy because of his race.
The recently announced actor believes that fans will see the movie with or without an African-American Johnny Storm.
Kate Mara is the Invisible Woman, Miles Teller is Reed Richards, Michael B. Jordan is Johnny Storm and Jamie Bell is The Thing in the reboot.
Tom Gormican will direct the project with Scott Aversano, Brett Ratner and John Cheng producing for Warner Bros.