Amazon extends its Tom Clancy Universe this month with the release of Without Remorse, which follows the story of US Navy Seal John Kelly who’s out for vengeance when his pregnant wife is murdered by Russian assassins. The movie stars – and is produced by – Michael B. Jordan, who says he “trained relentlessly” for its combustive action sequences, which were more demanding than even his work in Creed and Black Panther. Jordan also opened up to Rotten Tomatoes editor Jacqueline Coley about stepping into a producer role and his introduction to Clancy’s work via the video game Rainbow Six. Plus, Coley spoke with co-stars Jamie Bell, Jodie Turner-Smith, Lauren London, and director Stefano Sollima about bringing their fresh take on Clancy’s characters to the screen, working with Jordan, and who in the world they’d choose to spy on if given the opportunity. Wanna know who wants to get the lowdown on Michelle Obama’s morning routine – and who would spy on themselves? Watch the exclusive interviews above.Tom Clancy s Without Remorse is available on Amazon Prime Video now.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
to his 80s heyday, which saw the likes of Ghostbusters, Stripes, Caddyshack, and Scrooged put into theaters. The 90s not only had his lead-starring masterpiece Groundhog Day, but also the zany What About Bob?, and his first reinvention as the patron saint of comedic melancholia, Rushmore. All that paved the way for his towering 2000s output, featuring The Royal Tenenbaums, Lost in Translation, his Best Actor-nominated Broken Flowers, and Garfield which we re mentioning because it led directly to his inspired cameo in Zombieland.Now, take a look at Bill Murray movies ranked by Tomatometer.