Press/Video: ‘Black Panther’ Wins Best Cast in a Motion Picture at the 25th Annual SAG Awards

Press/Video: ‘Black Panther’ Wins Best Cast in a Motion Picture at the 25th Annual SAG Awards

A HUGE congratulations to Michael B. Jordan and the rest of the cast for their SAG Award for Best Cast in a Motion Picture!! I can’t even express how happy this makes me. Check out the announcement and acceptance speech below.

Photos: ‘Creed 2’ Madrid Photocall + Piaget SIHH 2019 Dinner

Photos: ‘Creed 2’ Madrid Photocall +  Piaget SIHH 2019 Dinner

Photos of Michael attending a photocall in Madrid for his film Creed II have been added to the gallery.

Press/Video: Michael B Jordan surprises high school students in his hometown

Press/Video: Michael B Jordan surprises high school students in his hometown

Michael B. Jordan surprised high school students in his hometown of Newark, New Jersey, to help mentor and inspire teens pursuing careers in the arts.

The “Black Panther” star returned to the classroom through a program sponsored by Coach, where he serves as the brand’s new face of menswear.

The Hollywood man of the moment said returning to school “inspired” him.

“To see these kids get up here and be fearless and just kind of, you know … just put themselves out there,” he said. “I got inspired again … I got the chills.”

The kids Jordan met with are in a program called the Future Project, which works to empower students by helping them develop the mindset and skills to achieve their dreams.

“Dreams are so important,” Jordan said. “The arts, manifest those emotions. They manifest … those dreams.”

“You cut the arts out,” he added, “you’re cutting kids’ ability … to dream.”

Jordan said when he sees the students’ faces, he sees “the future.”

“Hopefully I’m going to give ’em a job in the next five, 10 years,” he added.

Source: ABC News

Photos: Variety Screening of ‘Black Panther’

Photos: Variety Screening of ‘Black Panther’

Photos of Michael attending a screening of his film Black Panther have been added to the gallery.

Photos: The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Photos: The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Photos of Michael attending the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards have been added to the gallery. A big thank you to my friend Maria for her generous contributions.

Photos: 30th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival

Photos: 30th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival

Photos of Michael attending 30th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival have been added to the gallery.

Photos: AFI Awards + W Magazine ‘Best Performances’ Portfolio

Photos: AFI Awards + W Magazine ‘Best Performances’ Portfolio

Photos of Michael attending the 19th Annual AFI Awards and the W Magazine ‘Best Performances’ Portfolio have been added to the gallery.

Photos: Comic-Con Experience in Brazil

MBJ recently attended the Comic-Con Experience in Brazil. Photos from the event have been added to the gallery.

Press: Sundance: Michael B. Jordan, Oprah Set for Blackhouse Foundation’s Schedule

Oscar-winner Tarell Alvin McCraney will debut a first look of his new series ‘David Makes Man’.

For this year’s Sundance, The Blackhouse Foundation has found a new partner in Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network.

OWN will be the event’s inaugural presenting sponsor, joining returning premier sponsors Facebook and BET Networks. Blackhouse, the non-profit that executes programming with the industry’s most influential Black creatives and provides support for up-and-coming talent, is entering it’s 12th year at the fest.

This year’s programming will include a first look at Oscar-winning Moonlight writer Tarell Alvin McCraney’s new OWN drama David Makes Man. The series, about a 14-year-old prodigy from the projects who is haunted by the death of his closest friend and relied on by his hardworking mother to find a way out of poverty, is inspired by events in McCraney’s own life.

McCraney will be on hand for a panel with exec producers Michael B. Jordan and Oprah Winfrey, showrunner Dee Harris-Lawrence, and cast Akili McDowell, Alana Arenas, and Phylicia Rashad.

OWN will also host a fireside chat with the network’s general manager Tina Perry and Harpo Films EVP Carla Gardini moderated by The Blackhouse Foundation co-founder Brickson Diamond.

“We are blown away by the growing presence of Black audiences, creatives and programmed films at Sundance. This year is on track to be another record showing. Our sponsor partners are bringing the best in education, access and opportunity for our constituents and we can’t wait to open our doors,” says Diamond.

Returning to the the festival programming will be BET Networks-Blackhouse Fellowship Program, which brings ten Black MFA students from across the country to the festival to help execute this year’s programming and network. Facebook will also return to with its Project SEEN, including an interactive workshop and the opportunity for filmmakers to partner with Facebook to create their own promotional content.

Blackhouse Foundation’s 2019 Sundance schedule will run from Jan. 25-28. Details can be found on Blackhouse’s website.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Photos: Additional ‘Creed II’ Behind the Scenes & Stills

Photos: Additional ‘Creed II’ Behind the Scenes & Stills

Additional behind the scenes photos & stills from Creed II have been added to the gallery. A HUGE thank you to my friend Samantha at Brendan Fehr Online.

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