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'Black Panther': Sterling K. Brown Originally Auditioned for M'Baku
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11 Jan 2019 12:37 PM EST

Though he only had two scenes throughout the entire movie, Sterling K. Brown had one of the most vital roles in Marvel's Black Panther. He portrayed Prince N'Jobu, the brother of Wakanda's King T'Chaka, and father to Michael B. Jordan's villainous character, Killmonger. According to, as it turns out however, Brown didn't initially audition to play N'Jobu. I originally went in for M’Baku, and I had fun with it; I was taking my shirt off and I was like, ‘Yeah, come mess with this cad, see if you can handle it!’ [Ryan] was like, ‘I’ve got this role of N’Jobu that I need a real actor for, and if you vibe with it, maybe it’s something you’d consider doing.’"

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