Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War proved one thing for sure that even the Earth’s mightiest superheroes weren’t powerful enough to put down a super villain like Thanos. But, actor Michael B. Jordan, who portrayed the character of Erik Killmonger (a.k.a N’Jadaka) in 2018’s blockbuster film Black Panther, thinks that given a chance his character would have fared better against the Mad Titan.
In a recent interview with The A.V. Club during the promotions of his MBJAM event in support of Lupus LA, when Jordan was asked for his thoughts on a battle between Marvel villains- Thanos and Killmonger, he said that the Black Panther villain would have had an upper hand on Thanos because of his well-planned attacks.
“I think the one thing about Killmonger is he really plans his attacks, and they’re well thought out,” Jordan said. “So if he ever stepped in a situation with Thanos, he would feel confident that he had the upper hand—at the very least, he would know he had a shot. So I mean, we already know that Erik’s willing to sacrifice himself for a greater good, so I don’t think he’s ever fearful of losing his life. So I think if he ever stepped in front of Thanos, he’d already have a plan for taking him down.”
Despite the fact that T’Challa killed Killmonger at the end of Black Panther, there are rumors that Jordan might be seen reprising his role in the inevitable sequel to Black Panther.
Talking more about Avengers: Infinity War sequel, Marvel Studios doesn’t want to give out any detail about the highly anticipated film. The studio is even not willing to reveal the film’s official title yet.
Avengers 4 will likely begin reshoot sometime later this fall. The film will wrap up Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 3. It will indeed be interesting to find out how the insanely powerful Thanos will get defeated in his final battle with the Avengers.
Avengers 4 is set to debut in theaters on May 3, 2019. Meanwhile, Avengers: Infinity War will be rolled out on digital platforms on Tuesday, July 31, followed by its Blu-ray and DVD release on August 14.
Source: The A.V. Club
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