Marvel finished its slew of films this year, and now fans are eagerly looking forward to the studio's next batch of superhero films, one of which includes Chadwick Boseman's highly anticipated solo Black Panther movie.
Now speaking in an interview in a brand new issue of Empire Magazine, Boseman's Black Panther co-star Michael Jordan says that though the film "took him to a dark place" he definitely "had a lot of fun on set."
"Chadwick's a very talented dude," Jordan said during the interview. "There's a lot of physical moments and action sequences throughout this film that cause us to really challenge ourselves, and also fall deeper into character."
The publication also has a photo of Boseman and Jordan facing off. Check it out down here:
Boseman's version of the superhero became an easy fan-favorite when he debuted in Captain America: Civil War and there's a lot of excitement over Black Panther's all-black cast.
"It's an all-black cast for the most part," Jordan continued, "and it's set in Africa, but it's universal in so many ways to everybody around the world, so I feel like it's something that everybody can take something from."
There's definitely a lot to look forward to in Black Panther.
Black Panther hits cinemas on February 16, 2018.
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