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Lori Harvey grabs lunch after a shooting range date with her boyfriend Michael B. Jordan


Lori Harvey stunned in an all-black ensemble when she was spotted heading out to lunch in West Hollywood on Friday.

The 24-year-old daughter of Steve Harvey was on her own after having an untraditional date at a shooting range in Orange County on Wednesday with her beau Michael B. Jordan, 34.

Lori was meeting up with some friends for an al fresco lunch at Crossroads Kitchen, though her hunky boyfriend didn’t join them.

Stepping out: Lori Harvey, 24, was spotted in West Hollywood on Friday as she got lunch at Crossroads Kitchen with some pals, just days after she went to a shooting range with her beau Michael B. Jordan

Lori stood out thanks to her high-waisted black pinstripe slacks, which accentuated her hourglass figure.

She kept her look simple with a figure-hugging black T-shirt that was tucked into her pants.

The 5ft3in beauty had her raven tresses styled into cornrow braids, and she covered her elegantly made-up face with a black mask to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

She accessorized with a watch with a snaking strap that wrapped around her wrist and a black handbag with a Cuban link chain. 

Back in black: The daughter of Steve Harvey wore pinstripe high-waited slacks with a form-fitting black top and a black handbag

Back in black: The daughter of Steve Harvey wore pinstripe high-waited slacks with a form-fitting black top and a black handbag

On Wednesday, Lori joined Michael for some target practice at a shooting range south of Los Angeles in Orange County’s Stanton.

According to TMZ, the couple were at Field Time Target & Training for a few hours.

The gun range shared videos of both Michael and Lori firing handguns at targets to its Instagram Stories, along with some photos of the beaming actor with the employees.

According to staff, he had visited the same location months earlier to prepare for filming his action thriller Without Remorse, based on the book of the same name by Tom Clancy.

Shooting range: On Wednesday, she joined Michael at Field Time Target & Training in Orange Country for some target practice

Shooting range: On Wednesday, she joined Michael at Field Time Target & Training in Orange Country for some target practice 

Familiar: According to TMZ, staff said he had visited the range months earlier to prepare for filming his action thriller Without Remorse, based on the book of the same name by Tom Clancy

Familiar: According to TMZ, staff said he had visited the range months earlier to prepare for filming his action thriller Without Remorse, based on the book of the same name by Tom Clancy

Michael look casual and anonymous in a charcoal sweatsuit, while Lori wore black sweatpants with a graphic hoodie.

The Fantastic Four actor wore black Nike high tops, while she had on a pair in green and white.

The staff at the gun range described Michael as being kind and courteous during his visit, and he took some time to speak with the employees and snap photos with him.

He apparently made a good enough impression with everyone that he was named an honorary member of their team. 

His and hers: Both he and Lori took turns firing handguns at the range

His and hers: Both he and Lori took turns firing handguns at the range

Polite: The staff at the gun range described Michael as being kind and courteous during his visit, and he took some time to speak with the employees and snap photos with him

Polite: The staff at the gun range described Michael as being kind and courteous during his visit, and he took some time to speak with the employees and snap photos with him

It’s not clear if Michael is already training for another firearms-heavy film, or if he and Lori were just having a non-traditional date night.

He’s been working overtime in recent days to help promote his film Without Remorse.

The movie, which was released digitally on Amazon Prime on Friday, is a spin-off from the better known films and shows featuring Clancy’s CIA analyst Jack Ryan.

The character has been played in succession by Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and Chris Pine.

Michael’s character John Kelly (he’s better known by the name John Clark) was also previously portrayed by Willem Dafoe in 1994’s Clear And Present Danger, opposite Ford. 

Self-promotion: On Thursday, Michael used a charity event to promote his Amazon film. He help pack up care packages at the Amazon Fresh location in Ladera Heights

Self-promotion: On Thursday, Michael used a charity event to promote his Amazon film. He help pack up care packages at the Amazon Fresh location in Ladera Heights

Helping out: The actor, who opted for a beige sweatsuit, was also working with the nonprofit Village for Vets, which supports veterans around LA

Helping out: The actor, who opted for a beige sweatsuit, was also working with the nonprofit Village for Vets, which supports veterans around LA

Making a difference: Michael helped the employees to put together boxes of food for more than 600 veterans in the area, according to the Los Angeles Times

Making a difference: Michael helped the employees to put together boxes of food for more than 600 veterans in the area, according to the Los Angeles Times

On Thursday, Michael used a charity event to promote his Amazon film.

The actor, who opted for a beige sweatsuit this time, helped load care packages put together by Amazon Fresh employees at their Ladera Heights location and their partners with Village for Vets.

The nonprofit organization helps provide services and support to homeless and at-risk veterans throughout Los Angeles.

Michael helped the employees to put together boxes of food for more than 600 veterans in the area, according to the Los Angeles Times.

‘I just want to connect with the community as much as possible,’ Michael told the newspaper. ‘Making movies is a blessing, it’s a gift. So to be able to give back when I can and really make that connection and shorten the gap [is meaningful].’

The Wire actor spent time with veterans to help flesh out his role. 

Good deeds: 'I just want to connect with the community as much as possible,' Michael told the newspaper. 'Making movies is a blessing, it’s a gift. So to be able to give back when I can and really make that connection and shorten the gap [is meaningful]'

Good deeds: ‘I just want to connect with the community as much as possible,’ Michael told the newspaper. ‘Making movies is a blessing, it’s a gift. So to be able to give back when I can and really make that connection and shorten the gap [is meaningful]’

Tough time: In an interview with Esquire published on Friday, Michael opened up about the intense training required for Without Remorse, including weapons training like the kind he did at the shooting range

Tough time: In an interview with Esquire published on Friday, Michael opened up about the intense training required for Without Remorse, including weapons training like the kind he did at the shooting range

Systematic: 'It was training across the board. You look at the project, you see what stunts we have to prepare for, and then we have specialized training for that,' he explained

Systematic: ‘It was training across the board. You look at the project, you see what stunts we have to prepare for, and then we have specialized training for that,’ he explained

‘It’s heavy and intense to hear what they’ve seen and lived through on a daily basis out there,’ he said. ‘It haunts them, but there’s also a sense of pride and honor. There’s a code and a love they have for what they do that is unmatched. 

‘Being able to talk to some of them and hear a little bit of what they go through, I have nothing but respect for them. It’s truly incredible.’

In an interview with Esquire published on Friday, Michael opened up about the intense training required for Without Remorse, including weapons training like the kind he did at the shooting range.

‘It was training across the board. You look at the project, you see what stunts we have to prepare for, and then we have specialized training for that,’ he explained.

‘Hand-to-hand combat is something that I’m pretty familiar with, but working with the incredible stunt team, my stunt double that I’ve worked with for many years — we have a rapport and short-hand, so developing the choreography was something we had to do.’

He also had to spend hours upon hours in water tanks due to several aquatic scenes. 

True to life: Michael added that he worked with the director and screenwriter to make John Kelly/John Clark more 'real' by tailoring him to his experiences

True to life: Michael added that he worked with the director and screenwriter to make John Kelly/John Clark more ‘real’ by tailoring him to his experiences

Impressive: Michael had to work in water tanks extensively and said he was able to hold his breath for almost three minutes at the height of the production

Impressive: Michael had to work in water tanks extensively and said he was able to hold his breath for almost three minutes at the height of the production

Michael added that he worked with the director and screenwriter to make John Kelly/John Clark more ‘real’ by tailoring him to his experiences.

‘If you change the character from previous iterations to myself, there’s a certain specificity in certain situations that it has to be,’ he said. ‘And from the specific stems the universal, to have people relate from that aspect of it all. So that was pretty much it. Just trying to tell a great story.’

As he was a producer, he said that he was heavily involved in updating the book, which was published in 1993, for modern tastes.

Asked about how much he likes seeing movies in theaters, the actor admitted he enjoys seeing films in a theater, though he didn’t sound particularly attached to theaters, which perhaps isn’t surprising from someone whose production company signed a first-look deal with Amazon.

Man of Steel? The interview concluded with a question about rumors that Michael might be in the running for a Superman film written by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Man of Steel? The interview concluded with a question about rumors that Michael might be in the running for a Superman film written by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Mum's the word: 'Oh, man. Come on, man, you know I can’t answer these questions,' he replied with a laugh, though he didn't deny his interest in the project

Mum’s the word: ‘Oh, man. Come on, man, you know I can’t answer these questions,’ he replied with a laugh, though he didn’t deny his interest in the project

The interview concluded with a question about rumors that Michael might be in the running for a Superman film written by Ta-Nehisi Coates.

The Man of Steel is rumored by be intended for a Black actor in the upcoming film, though few details have been released about the project.

‘Oh, man. Come on, man, you know I can’t answer these questions,’ he replied with a laugh.’ But I’m flattered that people are always bringing me up in conversations around those things. It’s flattering.’

Notably, he didn’t say deny his interest in the project. 



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