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Michael B. Jordan took pay cut no issue


Michael B. Jordan has big plans in the film industry

Michael B. Jordan had no problems with a pay cut to the villain in Black Panther to play, because he knew that the Marvel film would help him to be a major Hollywood player. He was reportedly 2 million dollars to Erik Killmonger to play, but he stresses that the film was too important to refuse. And now he will benefit from the success of the film, which helped him in his career as a multimedia topper to launch.

“Progress is a totally different story”, he tells Vanity Fair magazine. “For me this is the time on many different areas that my next five to ten years will determine. That is why I am now so trapped, because if the ever was a time to be distracted or to drop the ball, then this is not it”.

Jordan and his partners at Outlier Society Productions are now working on a series of exciting new projects, and the actor is determined to a large player to be all-inclusive projects all over the world develops.

“What I try to do and what I try to represent and build, is universal,” he explains. “I want to create projects for Brad Pitt, but at the same time I want a movie for Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Lupita Nyong’o or Tessa Thompson. It is eclectic. The is animation. It is digital. It is film, television. It be video games…..”

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