Season two of the Marvel superhero show starts streaming March 8 on Netflix, and is part of the larger movement in Hollywood to put women at the forefront. All 13 episodes of the season were directed by women, a staffing choice that was intentional.
The 31-year-old director opens up to ET about watching his latest Marvel film on the big screen for the first time, self-doubt and why Michael B. Jordan was able to transform into the perfect villain. 'Black Panther' hits theaters on Feb. 16.
ET sat down with the actor, who stars as T'Challa in the action movie. Boseman opened up about being part of Marvel's most political film and getting in shape for the heroic role opposite Michael B. Jordan.