Michael B. Jordan thinks an Oscar win for 'Black Panther' would be "amazing icing on the cake".
The 31-year-old actor plays the main villain Killmonger in the Marvel movie - which received critical acclaim for embracing the comic book roots of the character, as well as featuring a predominantly black cast - and has said that whilst he'd love for the feature to receive an Academy Award nomination, he thinks the production has been "truly incredible all on its own".
He said: "The movie has done such a great job, broke through so many glass ceilings, and made such an impact culturally and around the world.
"If the Academy chooses to recognise that project for all of those reasons that's amazing icing on the cake, but I think what the movie has done so far is truly incredible and a win all its own."
Michael says the film made him feel "accomplished" as an actor, but insists he wants to leave the Oscar nominations in the hands of the board who picks the shortlist.