Here’s another addition to Michael B. Jordan’s production resume.
The “Creed 2” actor will be taking on production responsibilities in a tale as old as time. Warner Bros. is bringing the story of “Methuselah” to life. The biblical narrative is about a man who lived to be 969-years-old without looking a day older than the years before. He’s mentioned in the Book of Genesis as Enoch’s son. Enoch is remembered as a man who lived to be 365. So far, the scripts have been written based on exploring his survival skills and the intelligence he developed over time.
Jordan’s Outlier Society production company is slated to team up with David Heyman and Jeffrey Clifford from Heyday. While several actors have been considered for the lead role, Jordan has also accepted that position.
Aside from his upcoming work with Warner Bros., Jordan is also preparing to work in Denzel Washington’s directorial project, “Journal for Jordan.”