Fans believed they saw Michael B Jordan’s last Erik ‘Killmonger’ Stevens at the end of Black Panther. But the latest buzz is that the actor is set to play a role in one of the film’s future MCU projects, despite the tragic death of lead character Chadwick Boseman.
Chadwick’s death from cancer at the age of 43 left T’Challa / Black Panther in the question of whether or not the role would be recast or not, or whether the film series would find a way to move on. ‘one way or another without the main character of Boseman. But now Michael has revealed all about the reprise of his role. Continue to scroll further.
In a new interview, Michael B Jordan revealed that he would be very fine if asked to reprise his role. “This is something that is close to my heart for many obvious reasons,” he told People. Sadly, Chadwick Boseman passed away on August 28, 2020, after a secret four-year battle with colon cancer. It left all of her former co-stars reeling and heartbroken.
“I’ve had a really tough year losing a loved one,” 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 character that I loved to play, working with writer / director Ryan Coogler and all of that good stuff, it’s family. We created a family there. So being able to be in this world again is something that I think will always be on the table in some capacity, ”he told the publication.
Conversely, Michael’s character dies at the end of Black Panther, choosing death over imprisonment after the late Boseman’s T’Challa stabbed him in the chest. But his passing as he watched one last sunset over Wakanda might find a way to be reversed … after all, it’s a Marvel Cinematic Universe as it seems nothing is entirely impossible unless an actor firmly refuses to return to his role.
Until then, at the helm of 2020 Sexiest Man Alive, Michael B Jordan has a lot to do professionally. He’s finished Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse and is about to start filming the Journal for Jordan drama, which he told the publication he was “extremely excited” about as he works under “the GOAT,” Denzel Washington.
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