The "Creed III" director and star was reportedly driving his blue Ferrari at the time of the accident, which did not result in injuries or arrests.
Michael B. Jordan is unharmed after crashing his car in Hollywood on Saturday night, EW has confirmed.
The Creed III director and star, 36, was reportedly driving his blue Ferrari when he collided with a parked car at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Beachwood Drive, according to the local TV station Fox 11. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed a collision to EW but declined to identify the driver or provide vehicle information. There were no injuries and no evidence of reckless driving, the spokesperson said, and no arrest was made.
A representative for Jordan declined to comment to EW on Monday. A source close to the actor told The Hollywood Reporter that Jordan is "doing well," although he skipped the Academy Museum Gala on Sunday night out of an abundance of caution.
At the gala, which highlighted the works of John Waters and Lourdes Portillo, filmmaker Christopher Nolan presented Jordan with the 2023 Vantage Award. Jordan's sister, Jamila, accepted the award on his behalf. Stars including Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Downey Jr., Dua Lipa, Salma Hayek, Lupita Nyong’o, Jennifer Connelly, Selena Gomez, and Taraji P. Henson attended the event, which also honored Oprah Winfrey, Meryl Streep, and Sofia Coppola.
Jordan made his feature directorial debut this year with Creed III, the third Rocky spin-off in which hed played Adonis Creed, the son of Rocky Balboa’s rival-turned-friend Apollo Creed. The threequel costars Tessa Thompson and Jonathan Majors, and marked the first installment in the series without Sylvester Stallone's Rocky.
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