Hot off his stellar turn in Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan has another superhero project in the works - one that is now heading to Netflix.
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Michael B. Jordan's stellar turn as Black Panther's complex villain figure Erik Killmonger has the world talking. Sure, they're talking about how great he is in Black Panther, but they're also talking about something else: the fact that the young actor loves himself some anime, and is loud and proud about it.
"James Bond meets The Godfather." That's how executive producer Nate Moore describes Marvel Studios' latest film, Black Panther. It's not the answer we expected, but it accurately describes a high-tech spy adventure, set in an insular world where warring factions vie for leadership. But, last year on the Atlanta set of the highly anticipated superhero film, we learned there's much, much more going on.
Though it's only a few years old, Vogue's "73 Questions" has quickly become one of the magazine's most popular interview series, offering up-close and intimate sessions with some of Hollywood's biggest stars. Michael B. Jordan's the latest of Vogue's subjects and naturally, he had some things to say about Black Panther. But very, very few things.