According to The Hollywood Reporter, Michael B. Jordan should return to service as John Clark for Rainbow SixFollowing Without any remorse from Paramount Pictures. Stefano Sollima, who directed the film released directly in streaming in 2021, leaves his place this time to a certain Chad Stahelski (John Wick) as director.
Again adapted from a novel by Tom Clancy, published in 1998, Rainbow Six is one of the late thriller novelist’s best-known works, thanks to a popular series of first-person tactical shooter video games from Ubisoft, which started in 1998 and continues to this day.
Jordan made his debut in the role of Clark in Without any remorse which, due to the pandemic and the closure of cinemas around the world, went directly to Amazon Prime. This film had also hinted that a sequel would come sooner or later. at the end of it, the creation of the multinational counter-terrorist task force Rainbow Six, with Clark as its head. However, Paramount does intend to release Rainbow Six in theaters. Actor Jordan will also act as a producer on Rainbow Six alongside his producing partner, Elizabeth Raposo, through their Outlier Society, as well as Akiva Goldsman and Greg Lessans through Weed Road Pictures, and Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec through The Saw Mill. Stahelski will serve as executive producer along with Jason Spitz and Alex Young.
Jordan made his debut very early as an actor. He indeed played the role of the young Wallace in TheWire from HBO. Friday Night Lights and parenthood were also part of his credits in his younger years. These are the movies Fruitvale Station and Chronicles who consecrated it. He then enchan with the films Creedand played villainous Erik Killmonger in Black Panther. He also made a surprise appearance in the sequel. Wakanda Forever last year.
A stuntman and stunt coordinator, Stahelski made his directorial debut with John Wick in 2014, co-directing with David Leitch. Since then, it has been awash in major film projects. He boxed the Chapters 2 & 3 of the murder saga with Keanu Reeves. It also has the remake of Highlander with Henry Cavill, and an adaptation of the novels Black Samurai for Netflix, in preparation.
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Rainbow Six: Michael B. Jordan back in the sequel to Without any remorse