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Eat your heart out, Black Panther cast.
A Florida boy by the name of Jordan re-created the M’Baku challenge scene from Black Panther, playing all the roles himself.
His mother, Brittni-Rae, posted the video to her Instagram account on Sunday and the video immediately began to get a lot of attention, even from Killmonger himself, Black Panther co-star Michael B. Jordan.
“Lil man you nailed it!!!!” the actor commented on the video.
The early scene Jordan acts out, in costume and makeup, is when M’Baku (Winston Duke) challenges the newly crowned T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) for the throne of Wakanda.
Jordan plays both roles and also that of Zuri (Forest Whitaker).
The video has more than a million views combined on assorted social media platforms.
Brittni-Rae wrote on Twitter that Jordan saw Black Panther five times and memorized the lines.
Watch Jordan re-create the scene with just as much intensity as the pros below:
I mean just in case y’all need a stunt double for the next movie…just giving y’all options #mbakuchallenge #blackpanther #wakandaforever #mbaku #winstonduke #chadwickboseman #wakanda #teamjordy #wewillnothaveit #oscars2018 #blackboyjoy #africa #themotherland #tchalla #nakia #okoye #shuri #wkabi #zuri #marvel #marvelcomics #blackpanthermovie #ryancoogler #wakandababy #share #iamtchalla @chadwickboseman @winstoncduke @danielkaluuya @lupitanyongo @letitiawright @michaelbjordan @im.angelabassett @danaigurira @jordanpeele @trevornoah @marvel
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