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Lori Harvey thought Michael B Jordan 'was cute' on first meeting

Lori Harvey thought Michael B. Jordan "was cute" the first time they met. The 24-year-old model and the 'Black Panther' actor confirmed their relationship at the beginning of this year following months of speculation, but she revealed they first crossed paths "a few years ago". She said: "We met actually...
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Michael B. Jordan Really Got Punched in the Face By a Former Boxing Champion While Filming ‘Creed’ — ‘If Felt Like I Was in a Car Accident’

Michael B. Jordan has blossomed into a superstar thanks to his commanding performances as in the Creed franchise. A spinoff of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky film series, the movies follow the life of Adonis Creed, the illegitimate son of Apollo Creed, Rocky’s rival. While working on the first Creed film, Jordan...
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Lori Harvey Reveals Why She Took the "High Road" After Ex Future Dissed Her and Michael B. Jordan

Watch: Lori Harvey Calls Boyfriend Michael B. Jordan the "Love of Her Life" As Michelle Obama says, "When they go low, we go high." This is Lori Harvey's philosophy when it comes to any speculation about her personal life, particularly as it relates to ex-boyfriend Future. The 24-year-old model and rapper dated for a few months before going their separate ways last August. Neither addressed their failed romance, but Future appears to be a bit bitter about their split.
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Michael B. Jordan Felt ‘Insecure as an Actor’ When He Signed on For ‘Fruitvale Station’

Michael B. Jordan has become one of the most sought-after movie stars in the world in a relatively short amount of time. The Without Remorse star initially gained recognition in the entertainment industry after playing smaller roles in TV dramas such as The Wire and Friday Night Lights, but eventually transitioned into film after landing the lead role in 2013’s Fruitvale Station, a movie about the shooting of Oscar Grant.
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Endeavor's 160over90 backs inclusivity focused agency co-founded by Michael B. Jordan

160over90, the multicultural marketing firm owned by Endeavor, announced a strategic investment and partnership with Obsidianworks, an inclusivity-focused agency founded by actor Michael B. Jordan and Chad Easterling last year. Obsidianworks aims to provide brands with deeper expertise in marketing to multicultural communities and elusive young cohorts such as Gen...
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‘The Wire’: Michael B. Jordan Had To Have His Mom Removed From Set While Filming Wallace’s Death Scene — ‘You Could Just Hear Her Sobbing’

Nowadays, Michael B. Jordan makes millions of dollars as a mega-movie star in films such as Creed and Black Panther, but his career beginnings were much more humble. Back when he was just a preteen, Jordan worked his way into the entertainment business via small roles in TV dramas such as The Wire and The Sopranos. Even though his role as Wallace in The Wire was only for one season, the show ended up opening a lot of doors for him as an actor.
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‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’: Michael B. Jordan Could Have Played Sam Instead of Killmonger

Michael B. Jordan is already one of the biggest comic book movie stars in the world. While he hasn’t yet headlined a superhero movie alone, his thumbprint throughout the genre shows a hero, villain, and everything in between. However, while Jordan is one of the biggest names in Hollywood, he may have broken out sooner had a previous audition gone in his favor. The results are a fascinating look at how the film industry has changed in recent years.
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Creed III Wants Jonathan Majors to Fight Michael B. Jordan in the Ring

Adonis Creed may have found his next opponent. Reportedly, Lovecraft Country star Jonathan Majors is in negotiations with MGM and Michael B. Jordan to appear as the antagonist in the upcoming sequel Creed III. The deal has not yet been finalized as both sides are still working out the logistics of scheduling, as Majors has other projects already lined up. The report comes from Deadline and neither MGM nor Jordan have commented on the news.
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Michael B. Jordan launches marketing agency in partnership with Endeavor’s 160over90

Actor and producer Michael B. Jordan and his partner Chad Easterling have joined forces with Endeavor’s cultural marketing agency 160over90 via their Obsidianworks label. Jordan and Easterling’s team at Obsidianworks includes nonprofit advisor René Spellman, formally of CAA, and veteran marketing guru Bobby Moore III. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Obsidianworks, dubbed a “culture-powered marketing agency,” has worked with powerhouse brands such as Coach, Amazon, Piaget, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
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Love, Death & Robots explains how it digitized Michael B. Jordan

A Season 2 episode of the Netflix adult animated anthology series stars Jordan as a space explorer who gets trapped in the titular Life Hutch along with a malfunctioning maintenance robot that tries to destroy anything that moves. But the episode begs the question: Was that the real Michael B. Jordan or a CG character? Turns out, it was a bit of both, as revealed in a behind-the-scenes featurette.
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Jonathan Majors In Talks To Take On Michael B. Jordan In ‘Creed III’

Lovecraft Country star Jonathan Majors is reportedly in talks to lace up the gloves and star opposite Michael B. Jordan and Tessa Thompson in Creed III. The blockbuster franchise’s third film will mark a highly anticipated directorial debut for Jordan. Iconic actress Phylicia Rashad who was recently named Howard University’s new Dean of the College of Fine Arts will also return in her role as with previous films, but Rocky Balboa himself played by Sylvester Stallone, will not.