Former Daytime Star Tops the Weekend Box Office

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Viewers of “All My Children” remember Michael B. Jordan as the memorable Reggie Montgomery, the adopted son of Jackson Montgomery (Walt Willey), who first made waves in Pine Valley in early 2003. This weekend, the 24-year old actor added an impressive notch to his professional belt. On February 3, Jordan landed on the big-screen in his first leading role in a motion picture (alongside Dane DeHaan, Alex Russell and Michael Kelly). That motion picture, the science-fiction thriller “Chronicle,” topped the United States Box Office for the weekend. Although the race is very close, early estimates have “Chronicle” just topping “Woman in Black,” which stars Daniel Radcliffe, with an estimated 22 million dollar total. The film exceeded expectations of it grossing anywhere from 8 to 15 million dollars in its first weekend in theaters.

Since his early departure from the cancelled ABC serial in June 2006, the talented Jordan has worked steadily. Right now he can be seen in another motion picture currently in theater’s, George Lucas‘ war epic “Red Tails.” Before joining “AMC,” Jordan starred on HBO’s “The Wire.” He has appeared on 26 episodes of NBC’s “Friday Night Lights” and 16 episodes of the networks “Parenthood” since 2009. If “Parenthood” should make it to a fourth season, Jordan may return to continue the popular role of Alex, Haddie’s (Sarah Ramos) ex-boyfriend. Jordan’s had memorable guest-star stints on CBS’ “CSI,” “Cold Case,” and “Without a Trace,” USA’s “Burn Notice, FOX’s “Bones” and “Lie to Me,” as well as NBC’s “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” He’ll be showing up on an upcoming episode of FOX’s “House.”

“Chronicle” follows three high school students who make an incredible discovery, leading to their developing uncanny powers beyond their understanding. As they learn to control their abilities and use them to their advantage, their lives start to spin out of control, and their darker sides begin to take over.

Watch the trailer for “Chronicle” below:

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