Fans thought that they saw the last of Michael B Jordan’s Erik’Killmonger’ Stevens at Black Panther’s ending. However, the latest buzz is that the celebrity is left up to play a role in any of the movie’s future MCU endeavors, regardless of the tragic departure of lead personality Chadwick Boseman.
Chadwick’s death from cancer at age 43 left T’Challa/Dark Panther in the balance of whether or not the role would be recast, or if the movie series would find a way to somehow proceed with no Boseman’s name character. However, now Michael has revealed everything about reprising his character. Continue scrolling farther.
In a new interview, Michael B Jordan disclosed he would be for it when he was invited back to reprise his role. “That’s something that’s extremely, very near and dear to my heart for a whole lot of obvious reasons,” he said to Folks. Regrettably, Chadwick Boseman passed away on Aug. 28, 2020, following a key merry struggle with colon cancer. It left all of his past co-stars shaken and heartbroken.
“I had a tough year losing a person near me,” Michael B Jordan said of Chadwick Boseman. “And what that means for this franchise is that it was devastating. But being in this world in a style which I loved playing, and working with writer/director Ryan Coogler and all that fantastic stuff, it is family. We created a family on the market. So to be in a position to be in that universe again is something that, I think, will always be on the table in some capacity,” he told the publication.
For your unversed, Michael’s character dies at the end of Black Panther, choosing death over imprisonment following the late Boseman’s T’Challa stabbing him in the torso. However, his passing as he watched one final sunset over Wakanda could discover a way to somehow be reversed…after all, it is a Marvel Cinematic Universe at it feels like nothing is hopeless unless an actor steadfastly refuses to return to their role.
Until then, reigning 2020 Sexiest Man Alive, Michael B Jordan has plenty on his plate professionally. He has finished Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse and is going to start shooting the drama Journal for Jordan, he advised the book he is”extremely enthusiastic about,” since he gets to work under”the GOAT,” Denzel Washington.