Michael B Jordan Gossip

Michael B Jordan gossip, latest news, photos, and video.

Michael B. Jordan’s most excellent apology

September 28, 2015 17:21:00 Posted at September 28, 2015 17:21:00
Sarah Posted by Sarah
Photos:
Alexander Tamargo/ Getty Images

Celebrity apologies usually come in two flavors: 1) I’m sorry you’re upset, and 2) I’m sorry I got caught (sub-category; I’m sorry you misunderstood). Owning personal responsibility is, depressingly, rare in this strata of humanity, but when Michael B. Jordan found himself the target of public outrage, he offered up a thoughtful apology the likes of which we rarely see from celebrities. Full Story

The smooth, calculated Michael B. Jordan

September 23, 2015 19:45:45 Posted at September 23, 2015 19:45:45
Sarah Posted by Sarah

Michael B. Jordan is one of three cover profiles in October’s GQ, alongside Ryan Reynolds and Rob Lowe. The interview itself is a good read, especially as Jordan has maintained a pretty low profile on his way up these past few years. It’s possible to know him as a Young Actor On The Rise, but not really have any idea of him as a celebrity persona. Full Story

Fantastic Four is an unmitigated disaster

August 10, 2015 14:33:44 Posted at August 10, 2015 14:33:44
Sarah Posted by Sarah
Photos:
Jamie McCarthy/ Prince Williams/ Paras Griffin/ Getty Images

The writing was on the wall, but even amid downgraded expectations, Fantastic Four managed a spectacular belly-flop over the weekend. Dismal reviews and bad word of mouth—the movie got a C- from CinemaScore—led to a dismal $26.1 million opening weekend Full Story

View All 13 Photos

More like Un-Fantastic Four

August 10, 2015 14:02:36 Posted at August 10, 2015 14:02:36
Sarah Posted by Sarah

Well, Fantastic Four really sh*t the bed this weekend. All the problems plaguing the movie behind the scenes and dogging its disastrous release will be dealt with in a separate post, so that here we can simply focus on the final product, which is just the worst. It’s wrong-headed from the get, a giant f*ck you to both the idea of narrative consistency and the audience for having the temerity to expect a superhero movie—a genre about people with fantastical powers flying around and saving the world—to be any fun at all. Full Story

Stan Lee: Michael B. Jordan can be Johnny Storm but not Peter Parker

July 28, 2015 15:54:31 Posted at July 28, 2015 15:54:31
Sarah Posted by Sarah
Photos:
Joe Scarnici/ Jason Merritt/ Chelsea Lauren/ Getty Images

With the Fantastic Four reboot just over a week away, Michael B. Jordan’s casting as Johnny Storm, traditionally white in the comic books and originally played in movies by Chris Evans, remains controversial. I can’t believe the number of people who have expressed some version of “but how can Michael B. Full Story

View All 8 Photos

Fantastic Four may not be a total loss

July 14, 2015 17:13:55 Posted at July 14, 2015 17:13:55
Sarah Posted by Sarah
Photos:
Chelsea Lauren/ Albert L. Ortega/ Kevin Winter/ Getty Images

And solely because of Michael B. Jordan. The final trailer for the gritty reboot of Fantastic Four is out and it looks like all your least favorite parts of comic book movies—destruction on a massive scale, blue beams of light pointing at the sky, overly serious dialogue, overreliance on CGI, the Very Special Boy trope—mashed into one movie. Full Story

View All 8 Photos

Michael B Jordan’s first MET Gala

May 5, 2015 06:16:03 Posted at May 5, 2015 06:16:03
Lainey Posted by Lainey
Photos:
Larry Busacca/ Andrew Toth/ Getty Images

Well done. Michael B Jordan is the male counterpart to Courtney Easton. They’re both in Dolce&Gabbana. And it’s the fabric that sets this apart from just a regular tuxedo. It’s luxurious. It’s old and modern at the same time. It has to be worn with confidence. And this guy…clearly… as we’ve seen on several occasions lately, he has the flash. Full Story

Fantastic Four is all about Michael B. Jordan

April 20, 2015 15:06:56 Posted at April 20, 2015 15:06:56
Sarah Posted by Sarah
Photos:
Kevork Djansezian/ Alberto Rodriguez/ Jeff Kravitz/ MTV1415/ Getty Images

Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot is flying under the radar, as far as superhero movies go. This one has the least amount of hype and pre-release attention focused on it, and I can’t help but think that’s a good thing: With expectations low, even a mediocre result will feel like a win. Full Story

View All 9 Photos

Michael B Jordan: Adonis in the ring

April 15, 2015 16:22:07 Posted at April 15, 2015 16:22:07
Lainey Posted by Lainey
Photos:
Photographer Group/ Splash News

Adonis is a GREAT name. I mean it’s a balls out name, for sure. And Duana would say it’s a lot of expectation to give to a baby. But holy sh-t, imagine meeting an Adonis who actually fit the name Adonis? Michael B Jordan is totally an Adonis. And that’s his character in the new Rocky movie: Apollo Creed’s (one of the great names in all the movies) grandson, a boxer, trained by Balboa, obviously. Full Story

View All 8 Photos

Smutty Roundup: Michael B & Sly, Allison, and January’s hair

February 18, 2015 21:22:46 Posted at February 18, 2015 21:22:46
Lainey Posted by Lainey
Photos:
Wenn, David Livingston/ Araya Diaz/ Jason LaVeris/ Dimitrios Kambouris/ Robin Marchant/ Getty Images

Michael B Jordan and Sly Stallone are in Philadelphia shooting Creed. It’s another Rocky movie. Except… wait for it… this time Rocky’s training Apollo Creed’s son, played by Jordan. Um. I totally want to see this movie. Allison Williams was at the Michael Kors presentation at NY Fashion Week today, I think her first public appearance since it all went to sh-t with her dad. Full Story

View All 34 Photos

Fantastic Four looks surprisingly good

January 27, 2015 18:04:14 Posted at January 27, 2015 18:04:14
Sarah Posted by Sarah
Photos:
James Devaney/ Getty Images

The thing that has always worried me about Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot is that it would just be Chronicle: Redux. And then a couple months ago I saw some rough footage and had a definite YIKES reaction, so my expectations, which weren’t high to begin with, plummeted even lower. I was having flashbacks to Roger Corman’s infamous 1994 Fantastic Four, made entirely so that a studio could keep character rights from reverting to Marvel Entertainment. Full Story