Fans thought they saw the last Michael B Jordan of Erik’s Killmonger’ Stevens at the end of Black Panther. However, the latest news is that the celebrity has been left to participate in future MCU movie efforts, despite the tragic departure of lead director Chadwick Boseman.
Chadwick’s death from cancer at the age of 43 left T’Challa / Dark Panther on the verge of whether the role would be re-played or if the film series could find a way to continue other than Boseman’s name. However, now Michael has revealed everything about repeating his character. Keep scrolling forward.
In a new interview, Michael B Jordan has revealed that he would be present when invited to play his role again. “That’s the closest, closest, and most lovable thing to my heart for so many obvious reasons,” he told Folks. Sadly, Chadwick Boseman passed away on August 28, 2020, following a crucial battle against colonial cancer. It has left all my former colleagues shaken and heartbroken.
“I’ve had a difficult year losing someone around me,” said Michael B Jordan of Chadwick Boseman. “And what does that mean for this franchise that it was painful. But being in this world with the style I loved to play, and working with author / director Ryan Coogler and all those good things, family. We have built a family in the market. So being in a position to be in that place everything I think will always be on the table in some way,” he told the book.
Until then, dominating the 2020 Sexiest Man Alive, Michael B Jordan has a lot on his plate professionally. He has completed Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse. He will begin recording the drama Journal for Jordan, advising on the book “he is very interested in it,” as he begins working under “GOAT,” Denzel Washington.