Esteemed actor and director Michael B. Jordan experienced an unexpected collision with a parked Kia on Saturday night. The 36-year-old, renowned for his enthusiasm for automobiles and recent investment in Formula 1’s Alpine Racing team, collided his elegant blue Ferrari with a similarly hued stationary Kia around 11:30 PM.
Despite the dramatic images captured by paparazzi at the scene, the LAPD confirmed that there were no signs of impairment due to drugs or alcohol when they arrived at the scene. Interestingly, Michael opted not to disclose the cause of the crash to authorities, sparking speculation within Hollywood.
Thankfully, no injuries were reported, and the only casualties of the incident were the Ferrari and the Kia. The LAPD advised Michael to complete a police report online, absolving him of any immediate legal consequences.
This incident follows recent news of Michael B. Jordan venturing into the world of Formula 1, where he, along with Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, secured a significant stake in Alpine Racing.
At the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, actor Will Smith offered fans a sneak peek into the preproduction of the highly anticipated sequel, “I Am Legend 2.” The sequel features Smith reprising his role alongside the talented Michael B. Jordan, promising a fresh perspective on the 2007 post-apocalyptic sci-fi hit.
During one of the festival’s In Conversation events, Smith expressed his excitement about the project, revealing, “I have a call with Michael B. Jordan tomorrow. We’re really close, and the script just came in.” Smith confirmed that the sequel would follow the narrative from the additional DVD content of the first franchise film, stating, “You have to be a real ‘I Am Legend’ buff to know this, but in the first theatrical version, my character dies. Still, on the DVD, there was an alternate version of the ending where my character lived. We are going with the mythology of the DVD version. I can’t tell you anything more, but Michael B. Jordan is in.”