Michael B. Jordan speaks on life after Killmonger in the latest "Breakfast Club."
While Michael B. Jordan has been a big name in Hollywood for a while, his career has truly exploded after his role as the revolutionary villain, Killmonger, in Disney's mega-hit superhero flick, Black Panther. The film became one of the highest grossing movies of all time, and Michael's performance was definitely one of the standouts of the film.
In a promotional run for his new HBO original film, Fahrenheit 451, Michael stopped by Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club, to speak about his life after playing Killmonger, and also to receive some light roasting at the hands of Charlamagne Tha God.
When asked about how he prepared to play the Black Panther villain, Michael begins an interesting and well thought-out explanation about how he had to isolate himself from his friends and family in order to relate to the loneliness of his character, to which Charlamagne asks him if he gave up white women as well. Michael, laughing him off, explains that all women are on the table and he isn't counting anyone out. Charlamagne also ribs him for living with his mom, meeting up with a University student who successfully slid into his DM's, and whether or not the Hollywood movie star is currently in a relationship.
Michael's new movie, Fahrenheit 451, will in part be produced by his own production company, Outlier Society Productions, and stars Michael as Guy Montag, a book-burner in a totalitarian society who begins to rebel against the system. The film premieres on HBO, May 19th. Check out Michael B. Jordan's interview on The Breakfast Club below.