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Michael B. Jordan Steps Out in L.A. for First Time Since Car Accident: 'He's Totally Fine' (Exclusive Source)

The actor was involved in a car crash on Saturday night, and no one was arrested or injured, the Los Angeles Police Department told PEOPLE at the time

<p>Dan Steinberg</p> Michael B. Jordan at a Creed III All Guild screening and panel discussion

Dan Steinberg

Michael B. Jordan at a Creed III All Guild screening and panel discussion

Michael B. Jordan stepped out to promote his directorial debut days after he was involved in a car crash.

The 36-year-old actor appeared Wednesday night at a Creed III event in Los Angeles, where he participated in a Q&A about the film, which he also starred in and was released earlier this year.

Jordan's outing came four days after the incident. The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) confirmed to PEOPLE that a car hit a parked vehicle just past 11:30 p.m. local time in Hollywood, California, on Saturday night.

"He's totally fine," a source tells PEOPLE of Jordan. "He wasn't injured."

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<p>Dan Steinberg</p> Michael B. Jordan at a Creed III All Guild screening and panel discussion

Dan Steinberg

Michael B. Jordan at a Creed III All Guild screening and panel discussion

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No one was arrested related to the collision, the LAPD told PEOPLE. There were also no injuries associated with the incident.

ABC 7 News reported that the Ferrari involved in the collision was registered to Jordan, citing DMV records.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Michael B. Jordan in <em>Creed III</em> (2023)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Michael B. Jordan in Creed III (2023)

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Jordan made his directorial debut with Creed IIIin which he also reprised his role of Adonis Johnson Creed, son of legendary boxer Apollo Creed (featured in the Rocky films). The movie came out in March, and made history as the biggest domestic opening for a sports film.

Producer Irwin Winkler also confirmed last month that Creed IV is in the works, with Jordan set to return as director.

"Every day it was a fight to make this movie and you don't do it alone," Jordan previously told PEOPLE of making his directorial debut. "So for the crew and the cast to show up and give me their all and trust me, when I don't have a track record, it means a lot and I took that seriously."

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