Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures have made "Just Mercy" and "Selma" available to view for free during the month of June to help educate people on systemic racism.
Former "All My Children" and "Fruitvale Station" actor <strong>Michael B. Jordan</strong> has been cast in the lead role opposite <strong>Sylvester Stallone</strong> in the newest chapter in the "Rocky" franchise entitled "Creed," which is set to begin shooting this month in Philadelphia.
Before becoming Thor for millions of fans in the "Thor" film series or "The Avengers" cinematic universe, actor <strong>Chris Hemsworth</strong> was probably best known for his role on the Australian soap "Home and Away," where he played Kimberly Jonathan "Kim" Hyde. Now a major movie star, Hemsworth has graced the cover of <em>People Magazine</em> as its "Sexiest Man Alive!" He's not the only one though as several of daytime's biggest and brightest stars of today and yesterday have also made the annual list of sexy men, which hits newsstands today.
According to Deadline.com, Jordan is currently in talks to join the cast of Marvel's "Fantastic Four" as Johnny Storm AKA The Human Torch. Also in talks for the principal characters are Kate Mara ("House of Cards"), Jamie Bell ("Billy Elliot"), and Jordan's "That Awkward Moment" co-star Miles Teller.
Sparked from a recent conversation he had with producer Matt Tolmach about Mary Jane, or “MJ” as the character is known to fans of the popular comic books, television and movie series, Andrew Garfield tells Entertainment Weekly, “I was kind of joking, but kind of not joking about MJ. And I was like, ‘What if MJ is a dude?’ Why can’t we discover that Peter is exploring his sexuality? It’s hardly even groundbreaking!…So why can’t he be gay? Why can’t he be into boys?” The actor recently completed filming on "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," which is not expected to introduce Peter Parker's (Garfield) well known love interest just yet (the character was not included in 2012's "The Amazing Spider-Man").
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.