I just think there's a serious lack of Michael B. Jordan-ness on Tumblr. Hope there are people who agree with me!

Note: I am NOT Michael.

coming up for mbj
january 20 2012 - red tails
february 3 2012 - chronicle
february 27 2012 - guest star on house

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lie to me ●● parenthood ●● the wire

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February 9th
9:54 AM

Michael B. Jordan talks shop to (ESPN) Page 2

A pretty great read on MBJ’s career. Note: contains spoilers about his character on The Wire

February 8th
7:14 AM


Michael B. Jordan: Screenslam Interview

The Friday Night Lights-Red Tails-Chronicle actor discusses what happens in auditions, why he loves to act, who keeps him grounded, as well as future roles and projects. 

February 7th
2:00 PM

MBJ on LA Teen Festival Magazine

February 6th
11:16 AM

MBJ on Attack of the Show

February 4th
6:19 AM


Chronicle Interview

(Source: apexpdredator)

February 2nd
1:03 PM

MBJ just chilling and talking about gaming and anime

January 30th
11:14 AM

Chronicle Cast Interview

October 19th
6:52 AM

Another interview from NYCC

October 17th
6:26 PM
September 19th
3:14 PM

On-Air Jordan

Michael B. Jordan has a knack for picking TV shows. When the now 24-year-old actor was just 15, he was cast on The Wire as the ill-fated drug dealer Wallace. Jordan is still regularly accosted by Wire obsessives screaming, “Where’s Wallace?!” He replies, internally anyway, “Okay, okay, I’m right here. Let’s let it go.” Then, after years of procedural guest spots, a more permanent gig on All My Children (okay, fine, he’s not an infallible guarantor of quality TV), and puberty, Jordan landed the part of Vince Howard, QB1, on the huge-hearted Friday Night Lights. In addition to making Jordan into a top gunner at barbecues (“Before I actually went to Texas, I might have thrown a football, like, ten times in my life,” he says. “Now I’m the all-time quarterback”), the show scored him his next part. Jason Katims, Friday Night Lights’ showrunner, tapped him for the dry-humored (and pigskin-free) family drama Parenthood.