Michael B. Jordan‘s commitment to perfection has seen him find a friend in therapy following his performance in ‘Black Panther.’
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Jordan portrayed the villain Killmonger, a ruthless killer fuelled by rage, and has now revealed that his union with the character impacted his mental health in ways he couldn’t have foreseen.
It was one of those things that I didn’t know what was going on. I never was in a character for that long of a period of time and was, I guess, that dark, that lonely, that painful. So coming out of it, I thought, ‘Oh yeah, business as usual. I can just go back home, I’ll cut my hair off, and everything will be back to normal’. I found myself kind of in the routine of being isolated and went out of my way to make sure I was by myself and didn’t say too much more than the usual. Once I got finished wrapping the movie, it took me some time to talk through how I was feeling and why I was feeling so sad and like a little bit depressed.