Michael B. Jordan has been flirting with the entertainment industry for a very long time. Born in Santa Ana, California, Jordan always had art running through his veins as his mother was an artist and guidance counselor. The family soon moved to Newark and Jordan joined Newark Arts High School. The actor also has an elder sister who is part of showbiz as a producer.
Michael B. Jordan began to advertise for brands like ‘Toys “R” Us’ at a very young age. After transitioning to a career as an actor, he began to appear in several television shows. Some of the more notable series include ‘The Sopranos‘, ‘The Wire‘, and ‘All My Children’. Notably, Jordan replaced Chadwick Boseman in ‘All My Children’. The actor has also appeared in ‘Friday Night Lights’ but all this while, his appearance in films was limited and mostly passed by unnoticed.
All of this changed after Michael B. Jordan starred in the 2013 Ryan Coogler movie, ‘Fruitvale Station‘. Jordan’s performance was critically acclaimed and he was compared to a young Denzel Washington as well. However, just when it felt like things were changing, Jordan appeared as Human Torch in the ‘Fantastic Four’. It was critically panned, and Jordan lay low for some time. Later that year, he made a comeback with ‘Creed‘, the spin-off of the Rocky Balboa movies, where he played Adonis, the son of Apollo. The actor then went on to become renowned globally by playing the antagonist Erik Killmonger in MCU’s ‘Black Panther‘.
Michael B. Jordan is definitely one of the most exciting actors to watch out for and there’s no denying the fact that he’s got the range and skill to slip into a variety of roles. So now you must be wondering what is the next Michael B Jordan movie or TV show? Well, here’s the list of upcoming Michael B Jordan films and TV shows scheduled to release in 2019 and 2020. We can only hope that the latest Michael B Jordan movies would be as good as some of his recent ones.
5. Just Mercy (2019)
‘Just Mercy’ is an upcoming drama movie which is based on a true story. It chronicles the life of Bryan Stevenson, a world-renowned defense attorney. The man recounts a case where he fought to free a death row convict. This is the case of Walter McMillian, who was charged with murder, despite having evidence that proved otherwise.