Michael B. Jordan

Cinemautopsy: What Went Wrong With ‘Fantastic Four’?

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by Matt Singer August 15, 2016 @ 1:57 PM
In Cinemautopsy, we look back at a recent, high-profile failure and ask a simple question: What the hell happened? In this installment... the comic that launched Marvel Comics. A cast of beloved up-and-comers. One of the hottest young directors in Hollywood. A bold attempt to reinvent the superhero genre. What could possibly go wrong?

Christopher McQuarrie Has a Great Idea for a ‘Star Wars’ Spinoff With Michael B. Jordan

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by Britt Hayes May 19, 2016 @ 5:23 PM
Warner Bros.
In addition to his actual resume, Christopher McQuarrie is well-known for providing a little uncredited rewrite assistance on various films, including the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. While he’s busy prepping Mission: Impossible 6 with Tom Cruise, McQuarrie was asked when we might see him write a Star Wars movie — a notion too good to ignore on its own, but when you see his idea for a spinoff, you’ll think it’s even better.

‘Black Panther’ Sets Michael B. Jordan to Reunite With ‘Creed’ Director Ryan Coogler

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by Britt Hayes May 13, 2016 @ 4:07 PM
New Line
When Marvel announced Ryan Coogler as the director of Black Panther, it seemed like only a matter of time before he cast his lucky charm: Creed and Fruitvale Station star Michael B. Jordan. That time has come, as Jordan has officially joined Chadwick Boseman in the Wakandan hero’s solo outing, which hits theaters in 2018.

Michael B. Jordan to Star in ‘The Thomas Crown Affair’ Remake

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by Britt Hayes February 24, 2016 @ 6:57 PM
Jason Kempin, Getty Images
If you read that headline and thought, “wait, didn’t they already remake The Thomas Crown Affair back in 1999?” — don’t worry, your brain isn’t giving in to old age just yet. MGM is developing another remake of the 1968 classic, this time with Michael B. Jordan in the leading role, and this is where we begin crossing our fingers for a Creed reunion with Tessa Thompson.

Michael B. Jordan Is Open to ‘Fantastic Four 2,’ Against His Better Judgment

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by Britt Hayes January 16, 2016 @ 12:16 PM
20th Century Fox
We can all agree that Fantastic Four was far from great, a CG-saturated mess with a few good character moments eclipsed by all those rumors about Josh Trank. And while Fox has taken the sequel off the table (for now), there’s at least one person who’d be down to return for Fantastic Four 2: Michael B. Jordan.

‘Creed’ Sequel Scheduled for 2017 Release, Probably Without Director Ryan Coogler

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by Britt Hayes January 11, 2016 @ 5:17 PM
Warner Bros.
Just last week, Sylvester Stallone — make that Golden Globe award-winner Sylvester Stallone — tossed out some ideas for a Creed sequel, which didn’t seem so far-fetched given the critical and commercial success of Creed. As expected, today comes word that MGM has their sights set on a 2017 release for the sequel, which may very well happen without one key ingredient: director Ryan Coogler.

National Society of Film Critics Names ‘Spotlight’ Best Film of the Year

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by Charles Bramesco January 4, 2016 @ 11:20 AM
Open Road Films
The National Society of Film Critics, a group made up of fifty-three of the most esteemed, elite American film critics, recently convened for their 50th annual meeting to determine the finest films, performances, as well as other assorted creative...

You Come at These 10 ‘The Wire’ Facts, You Best Not Miss

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 23, 2015 @ 3:30 PM
HBO’s The Wire famously shifted focus to different corners of Baltimore between seasons, but did you know creator David Simon based the series on his real-life time as a police reporter? Or that many real public officials and criminals actually played themselves? Get ready to hit them corners, as the 37th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?’ goes all in the game for HBO’s The Wire!

Watch ‘Creed’ Director Ryan Coogler Break Down That Incredible Single-Take Fight Scene

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by Britt Hayes December 5, 2015 @ 1:29 PM
New Line
Creed isn’t just a surprisingly great contemporary sequel to a classic franchise — it’s also one of the very best films of the year, with director Ryan Coogler proving why indie directors should be given a shot on bigger studio films. Coogler delivers a sequel that honors its past and paves the way for a potential future, with poignant character drama and some truly inspirational sequences. But there’s one knock out scene in particular that’s had people talking, and now you can see how Coogler pulled it off.