Michael B Jordan could be the new Superman

By Puza Sarker Snigdha

Reportedly, Michael B Jordan who is famous for his role in ‘Black Panther’ among others, may be the next star of ‘Superman’ as Warner Bros enters talks with him.

It’s unlikely another ‘Superman’ film will come out until at least 2023, as no director or script has been attached to any alleged project. The filmmakers invited the actor who played ‘Erik Killmonger’, to share some ideas and gather more ideas about the superhero earlier this yet.

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Jordan said that he would enjoy playing a slightly different character from Clark Kent, suggesting that he could play the Superman of Earth-23, the black president of the United States and son of Krypton.

There was a rumor throughout the year that Henry Cavil is leaving Superman when the news comes out that Jordan is in the talk about ‘Superman’.

“The cape is in the closet. It’s still mine,” saying this Cavill added,

“I’ve not given up the role. There’s a lot I have to give for Superman yet. A lot of storytelling to do. A lot of real, true depths to the honesty of the character I want to get into.”

However, the fans need to wait until to see if it’s Cavill or Jordan who puts on the cape next.



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