Can someone please hit the switch to turn Friday Night Lights back on again?
"It has be the right way," the Creed star told me at the other day the Maui Film Festival, where he received the Rainmaker Award.
We totally understand that.
"It'll be cool to get together with the Dillon Panthers and the East Dillon Lions and just kind of see that," Jordan said. "That'll be pretty cool."
Where does he think his character Vince Howard would be today?
"Vince is probably coaching," Jordan said, but then suggested, "Maybe Vince went pro. Vince was pretty good. Let's say Vince went pro, got his mom the house, took care of his mom the way he wanted to. Dad kind of came back around, you know what I'm saying? Got his family together...Maybe plays a couple years and just decides not to get hurt and just decides to coach and try to pass on that knowledge to the next generation. That'll be kind of cool to see."
The Emmy winning FNL ran for five seasons before it ended in 2011. It was inspired by H.G. "Buzz" Bissinger's book Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team and a Dream. The series launched a year after the 2004 movie adaptation.