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Michael B. Jordan has slowly but surely established himself as one of Hollywood's most promising stars. The Creed actor has proven his acting chops, and his physical commitment to his roles has handily turned him into a modern heartthrob. With that in mind, it looks like Jordan doesn't seem to mind the attention, as he recently decided to surprise a girl who took a cardboard cutout of him to prom by letting her meet the real thing. Check out the video of the whole thing unfolding on the Creed II set, below!
This story began earlier this year when 17-year-old Audeva Agyeman took a cardboard cutout of Michael B. Jordan to prom. The photo went viral, and it looks like the story eventually made its way to Jordan himself. Wanting to return the "sweet" gesture, the folks behind Creed II brought her to set under the pretense that Jordan wouldn't actually be there to meet her. However, during the above interview, Jordan walked out to surprise one of his biggest fans. The whole thing is lighthearted and fun, and probably one of the coolest experiences that any self-respecting fan of Michael B. Jordan's work could ever hope to receive.
Of course, if you want to see where this whole thing began, then you can check out the photo that Audeva Agyeman initially posted to her Instagram profile, below!
This was obviously a kind thing for Michael B. Jordan to do, especially when we consider how busy he is at the moment. The actor is still coming off the heels of the insane success of his role as Killmonger in Black Panther earlier this year, and he's gearing up for the debut of Creed II this fall. Beyond that, Jordan is also about to begin work on projects like Just Mercy and Wrong Answer, so it's just fun to know that he found the time to make Audevas day.
Creed II will further marry the Creed timeline with the Rocky franchise by sending Adonis Creed up against the son of Ivan Drago. A showdown decades in the making, this terrifying match will see Rocky Balboa once again come face to face with the Russian brute who killed Apollo Creed in the ring back in the 1980s.
As always, CinemaBlend will bring you more information related to Michael B. Jordan's upcoming projects as new details about all of them are made available to us. With regards to Creed II, the highly anticipated sequel to Creed will hit theaters on November 21. If you are on the lookout for even more information about all of the other films that are lined up to debut on the big screen in 2018, then you can check out our movie premiere guide as well!