Chadwick Boseman And Michael B. Jordan Talk Black Panther, British Girls And Bad Costumes
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Marvel's Black Panther has finally been given his own film, and it stars some of the most promising Hollywood talent around.
In a celebration of diversity, 90% of the cast is of African or American-African descent - and the King of Wakanda can clearly give any Avenger a run for their money. But do they know their films?
From beating Spiderman in a fight to fashion disasters at The MTV Film Awards, T'Challa himself, Chadwick Boseman, and brutal villain Michael B. Jordan (Killmonger) sat down with LADbible to chat Black Panther and the wider superhero universe.
Chadwick also openly revealed his passion for the portrayal of ethnic and gender diversity: "I don't think we've ever seen black culture expressed on this stage, in this way before, and the way women are shown in this movie... It just feels good."
We then tried to get their opinions on British women which saw some interesting side-tracking. No trouble intended of course, lads.
Marvel's Black Panther is out in UK cinemas now