In a touching statement, Jordan spoke about Boseman as a close friend he cared about deeply.
Fantastic Four director Josh Trank says he should have quit the blockbuster when Fox didn't allow him to cast a black Sue Storm.
Josh Trank, the director of the ill-feted 2015 reboot of Fantastic Four, has described the studio stepping in to reshoot the movie as 'like being castrated'.
Zendaya strutted the red carpet at the Harper's Bazaar Icons party in a grey Berluti suit, the same suit the "Black Panther" star wore earlier this year.
Michael B Jordan has confirmed that he will return as Adonis Creed for Creed III, and there’s a chance that he could also be working behind the camera as its director, too.
Sylvester Stallone has opened up about his plans for a new Rocky film, teasing that he wants it to tackle immigration.
Chadwick Boseman has the perfect response to repeatedly being asked about the inevitable Black Panther 2.
Neither Rocky Balboa nor Adonis Creed is the true heavyweight champ, though, of the Rocky-Creed universe, according to Steven Caple Jr.
In 'Creed 2', a new generation of fighters — Apollo's son Adonis and Ivan's son Viktor — step into the ring where their predecessors once battled … and one memorably fell.
Michael B Jordan and Florian Munteanu are put through their paces as the names of real and fake British pugilists being thrown at them to guess which are true boxing greats and which are faux fighters.
Jordan returns as Apollo Creed's son in this sequel to the 2015 movie co-starring Sylvester Stallone and Tessa Thompson.
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After posting a picture of Dolph Lundgren from 'Rocky IV' on his Instagram page earlier this month, Sylvester Stallone has been stoking up rumours about the plot of 'Creed 2'.
HBO has cast Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon in its film adaptation of “Fahrenheit 451,” TheWrap has learned. In this future America, people have adapted to a faster lifestyle, tuning into TV to dull any pain. Jordan will star as Montag and Shannon will star as his mentor Captain Beatty.
Will Morpheus get his own movie? ‘The Matrix’ isn’t being rebooted after all. Instead, it looks as though Warner Bros. is going to be expanding ‘The Matrix’ universe… and it could be starting with a young Morpheus movie.
With Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ shaping up to be a far more serious outing than what Marvel fans are used to, its star Chadwick Boseman has revealed more about the dark tones of the character. When the actor spoke to Entertainment Weekly, Boseman didn’t shy away from expressing the way he and director Ryan Coogler (’Creed’) are approaching the story and all who inhabit the fictional kingdom of Wakandu.
The hugely anticipated ‘Black Panther’ is arguably the one Marvel film everyone’s looking forward to, and lead Chadwick Boseman says it’s going to go down the dark and gritty route. Firstly, after we were introduced to Boseman’s awesome character in ‘Captain America: Civil War’ earlier this year it was apparent that Black Panther was one of the more straight-up, serious heroes to grace the MCU. Speaking to CBR News (via MCU Exchange), Boseman offered some interesting insight into how director Ryan Coogler (’Creed’) and the cast and crew were approaching the film.
Michael B. Jordan’s role in Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ movie has finally been cleared up, with details emerging at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. While the ‘Creed’ star, as well as a number of other actors, have been confirmed for the Ryan Coogler-directed movie, Marvel hadn’t said who they’d be playing, so it was left for fans to speculate. Now, during the weekend mayhem that is SDCC, we’ve finally learned Michael B. Jordan will play Erik Killmonger, a supervillain nemesis to Black Panther.