Michael B. Jordan Again Addresses STAR WARS EPISODE VII And THE FANTASTIC FOUR Rumors
Perhaps in fear of saying too much as Saoirse Ronan did and thereby losing out on a role in Star Wars Episode VII, the Chronicle star won't confirm or deny his involvement with that project, but does reveal how he feels to be connected to both that and The Fantastic Four!
Michael B. Jordan is all but confirmed for the role of Johnny Storm/The Human Torch in The Fantastic Four, but that's not the only major franchise that the Chronicle star has recently been rumoured to be involved with. "With 'Star Wars' and all these other franchises, Fantastic Four and stuff like that, it's good to be in the mix of those conversations. You know, it wasn't like that before, so it's kind of cool to be in those conversations right now." However, clearly wary that he'll end up in as much trouble as Saoirse Ronan - who seemingly lost out on a role in Star Wars Episode VII because she said a little too much about her audition - he quickly added, "You trying to get me in trouble?" While this is far from an admission that he's landed a role in the J.J. Abrams helmed sequel, but he did go on to discuss his upcoming training regime just in case he does land a part in any major franchises! ""I'm actually just starting to get back in shape," he said. "I get back to LA, see my nutritionist, start training, eating right, getting my body right… so just in case any films, any roles come up in the future that I might need to be in shape for - I'll be in shape." Which of these movies would you most like to see Jordan in?
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