A standard denial might have been a more orthodox response to the news that Henry Cavill is – reportedly – quitting the role of Superman.
Disney's Oscar campaign for Marvel movie Black Panther is officially taking aim at the biggest prize of the night – Best Movie.
The cultural significance of playing the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first black lead superhero is not lost on Chadwick Boseman. All four came out on stage in San Diego, where they also announced The Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira had been added to the cast.
Creed star Michael B. Jordan wasn’t nominated for a SAG Award or a Golden Globe, but he’s won something even more valuable: co-star Sylvester Stallone’s respect. “But he got up and did it again! That’s called guts!!” Michael B Jordon, “young creed and "getting KO’d for real! But he got up and did it again! That’s called guts!! pic.twitter.com/yFo3PVmvhA— Sylvester Stallone (@TheSlyStallone) December 9, 2015 And after six Rocky films — along with plenty of Expendables and Rambo flicks — Stallone knows a little something about guts.
In fact, as Michael B. Jordan told Yahoo Movies in the video above, he requested that the caterers brought cheesesteaks to the set after he finished all of his boxing scenes, so the actor could pig out. In fact, that was the controversial preference offered up by nearly everyone that Yahoo spoke to from the film, including director Ryan Coogler. Tessa Thompson, who co-stars in the film, is also on the chicken bandwagon — but even more controversially, doesn’t like ketchup.
Michael B. Jordan’s fictional boxing education continues, and he couldn’t have a better trainer. Sylvester Stallone posted the photo above on his Instagram account on Sunday, giving fans an inside look at the one-on-one lessons his iconic character Rocky is giving a young new contender (Michael B. Jordan). In the drama, Rocky goes from champ to mentor, while Jordan plays the son of Rocky’s late pal and rival Apollo Creed.