Michael B. Jordan Involved in Car Crash in Hollywood

LOS ANGELES - NOV 4: Michael B Jordan at the Hollywood Film Awards 2018 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on November 4, 2018 in Beverly Hills, CA — Photo by Jean_Nelson/Deposit Photos

Michael B. Jordan was driving his Ferrari when it crashed into a Kia on Saturday night in Hollywood, according  to multiple published reports.

The accident happened on Sunset Boulevard at 11:34 p.m. on Dec. 2, a spokesperson for the LAPD told Page Six.

Police described the crash as a “traffic collision of a vehicle into a parked vehicle.”

The two drivers exchanged information, according to police. There was “no evidence of a DUI,” the LAPD added.

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Photos posted online by local news station KTLA-TV showed the accident happened in front of a TV studio on Sunset Boulevard.

There was severe damage on the passenger side of the blue Ferrari and the entire front panel had been ripped off. A tire fitted with a gold rim fell off the car and was spotted on a nearby curb.

The left side of the KIA was badly damaged as well —  the rear door was crushed and a tire appeared to be bent and hanging from the car.

No serious injuries were reported and the Creed III star was not cited, according to police.

The actor is currently in pre-production on Creed IV, after making his directorial debut earlier this year on Creed III.

Over the weekend, Will Smith confirmed Jordan has signed on for an untitled I Am Legend sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“I have a call with Michael B. Jordan tomorrow,” Smith said on Saturday at the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. “I can’t tell you any more.”

The new film will follow the alternate ending featured on the DVD — where Smith’s character survived the deadly virus, as previously reported.

“So we are going with the mythology of the DVD version where my character lived,” Smith told the audience Saturday.