Michael B. Jordan is working on another Ryan Coogler film. The dynamic duo came to Louisiana and began production in April on their latest big-budget movie. They're calling the movie "Grilled Cheese," however, likely, that's not the real name. Understandably, the film crew was tight-lipped about the plot but comicbook.news got a few details for us.

Word has it, the movie could be some kind of Marvel film. It appears to be an action/thriller that's said to be about a vampire that dates back to the 1930s with scenes from the 90s as well. It sounds exciting and if it's anything like what the two stars have done in the past, "Grilled Cheese." This is going to be another blockbuster!

So far, Michael B. has starred and scored movie gold in other Ryan Coogler films like "Creed," "Black Panther," and "Wakanda Forever."

Production for the film according, to Louisiana Entertainment, took place in several Louisiana locations including New Orleans and Donaldsonville. Perfect locations for spooky films from the past. Finally, we hear "Grilled Cheese," has an all-star cast featuring the likes of Jack O’Connell, Delroy Lindo, Omar Benson Miller, Jayme Lawson, Wunmi Mosaku, Hailee Steinfeld, Li Jun Li, Lola Kirke, yao, Miles Caton and Peter Dreimanis.

Axoios.com reports that "Grilled Cheese" isn't the only exciting production going on in the Pelican State. Turns out, there are a total of 8 TV shows and 2 other movies getting filmed in Louisiana! The movie,

"Nickel Boys," based on the Colson Whitehead novel, is an upcoming historical drama being filmed in downtown Thibodaux. The plot is based on the harrowing tale of two boys who are unjustly sent to reform school for a brutal crime they didn't commit. Set back during the Jim Crow era, it explores systematic racism, survival, the power of friendship, and idealism. This important film stars Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor, Ethan Herisse, Fred Hechinger, Hamish Linklater, Brandon Wilson, and Daveed Diggs.


"Spinal Tap II" is the sequel to the mockumentary movie, "This Is Spinal Tap," originally directed by Rob Reiner. The iconic film dates back to 1984 and follows the medal band Spinal Tap and stars Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, and Harry Shearer. Fans will be happy to know that everyone is back to reprise their roles including Reiner as the documentarian Martin "Marty" DiBergi.

"Spinal Tap II" was shot in NOLA and listed under the working title, "Goodbye Clevland." Production didn't take long starting on March 6, and wrapped up in April. The sequel celebrates the 40th anniversary of the original. After a 15-year break, the English metal band reunites for a final show.


BET + "The Family Business: New Orleans" is based on Carl Weber's bestselling crime drama book series. The plot centers around life at an underground casino and club. Filming took place in New Orleans and L.A. The series features an all-star cast to include Lela Rochon, Yvette Nicole Brown, Orlando Jones, and David Banner.    Season 3 filming here byu/theghostofcslewis inleverage

A host of TV shows filmed in NOLA including the TNT series "Leverage" is back. "Leverage: Redemption": Season 3 was filmed in Algiers Point, according to Reddit and social media, and stars the original cast Noah Wyle, Gina Bellman, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf, Aldis Hodge, and Aleyse Shannon. 

The new season is set to stream on Amazon Prime.

For more details on more exciting TV shows, movies, and film productions taking place in Louisiana, make sure you check out Louisianaentertainment.gov.

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