Black Panther Star Michael B. Jordan is the swoon-worthy, almost clad Black Man on the cover of Vanity Fair Magazines November Issue. Inside his feature, the Superstar talks about the on-going issue that is Racial Diversity and Inclusivity in Hollywood, his amazing career, his highly anticipated new movie Creed 2; produced by ‘the’ Ryan Coogler. The Men in Hollywood who inspire him like Denzel Washington (everyone looks up to Denzel), Will Smith and many more. Keep scrolling and see more of your favorite Award-winning villain Killmonger! #BlackBoyMagic
For his latest projects, Jordan is prepping a remake of one of his favorite movies, the classic heist picture The Thomas Crown Affair, which originally starred Steve McQueen, in 1968, and later Pierce Brosnan, in a 1999 remake. Producing and directing black-centric projects while starring in roles that have traditionally gone to white actors is part of the design.
Interview by Joe Hagan
Photography by Cass Bird
Styled by Samira Nasr
The Magazine is out in November. For the full online scoop head straight to the source and read it HERE