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“Fruitvale Station” Star Michael B. Jordan Looked At For Role In “Independence Day” Sequel

Michael B. Jordan

(AllHipHop News) It’s been a breakthrough year for Michael B. Jordan. The former cast member of HBO’s The Wire and the lead actor in this year’s Fruitvale Station may become an even bigger star over the next two years. According to a report by The Wrap, Jordan is being considered for a part in the upcoming ID Forever Part I aka Independence Day 2.

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An offer has not been given to the 26-year-old actor yet, but sources say 20th Century Fox and the movie’s director Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, White House Down) have Jordan high on their list of potential young stars for roles in the picture.

It has also been rumored that Jordan will star in Josh Trank’s reboot of The Fantastic Four as The Human Torch. He previously worked with Trank on the superhuman found-footage film Chronicle.

The next confirmed project for Jordan is 2014’s romantic comedy That Awkward Moment. He will also appear in the 7th Rocky movie Creed.

Both Independence Day 2 and the next installment of The Fanastic Four are scheduled for release in 2015. The final casting for ID4 2 is expected around the holidays. There is still no official word whether Will Smith will be returning for the sequel.

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