Michael B. Jordan

The talk show host tried to play matchmaker for the "Black Panther" star and the tennis champion last year.
Zendaya strutted the red carpet at the Harper's Bazaar Icons party in a grey Berluti suit, the same suit the "Black Panther" star wore earlier this year.
The actor is playing Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson, who has fought for the wrongly condemned and convicted for decades.
Jamie Foxx and Brie Larson also star in the movie, which is based on social justice activist and lawyer Bryan Stevenson's 2014 best-selling book.
For the "Bombshell" actor's next role, she makes a nerdy hairstyle look super chic.
Men and women alike were rocking suits on the red carpet.
The "Black Panther" star's production company, Outlier Society, is working to provide opportunities in the entertainment industry for underrepresented youths.
An epic photo of the casts included Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Gemma Chan, Awkwafina and more.
Jordan was knee-deep in a popcorn pit when he was called out on the challenge.
Actress Danai Gurira's stunning gown was inspired by Zimbabwe’s national flower, the flame lily.
One “Black Panther” star got fired and the other got hired for the same character.
The Ohio native talks the importance of supporting black filmmakers and bringing "unique stories" to the big screen.
Except maybe Jelani Cobb's perfect reference to a Jill Scott video.
The rapper gave the "Black Panther" star a flirtatious shotout at the People's Choice Awards.
The actor is also using the hashtag #VotingWhileBlack to tell black voters that they can make a difference on issues like police brutality and racial justice.
The planned movies from Paramount will have Jordan in the role of John Clark.