Michael B. Jordan is not in the restaurant five minutes before someone shouts out, "Wallace!"
It is a sunny afternoon in Hollywood, Calif., and Jordan can finally see once more. He has spent three days with his eyes closed, traversing Los Angeles by foot and by car, preparing for a guest role as a blind man on the Fox series "House." He has the shades on the table and the cane in his backpack.
It's that dedication that has his career on the brink of stardom, with two ...
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