Mike Colter opened up about how he’s not completely positive if Marvel has any plans to deliver him again to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, throughout an interview on The View on Friday, June 3. The 45-year-old actor dodged a query from host Sara Haines, a few photograph that his co-star Krysten Ritter, 40, posted to her Instagram of the 2 hanging out! Sara talked about to Mike that the put up had gotten followers enthusiastic about the potential of seeing extra Luke Cage within the MCU. “Followers suppose this implies it’s possible you’ll be again for an additional season, however supposedly, you’re appearing a little bit cagey,” she stated, however he stated he had no concept and swore the selfie was simply an opportunity encounter.
After Sara’s questioning, Mike gave a protracted story about how the pair had an opportunity encounter whereas having days with their personal children. “We dwell in a neighborhood actually shut to one another, and it’s humorous we ran into one another at a strawberry patch, which is like an hour away,” he stated, earlier than additional explaining how they’d the possibility encounter with one other actor who she’s buddies with. “I texted her, and she or he pops up in entrance of me. We begin hanging out.”
As Mike advised his story, Sara reduce him off and accused him of fibbing! “You recognize what they are saying about liars? They put too many particulars!” she stated. “I watch numerous true crime, they usually’re all the time responsible after they add the strawberry patch.”
The Evil star laughed, however he swore that he wasn’t positive about his future within the MCU, however he undoubtedly sounded open to working with Krysten way more. “I don’t know what’s taking place with Marvel,” he admitted. “I really like working along with her, and I actually don’t know something apart from that!”
Krysten and Luke each starred alongside one another as Jessica Jones and Luke Cage (respectively) in each The Defenders and the streaming Jessica Jones sequence. Jessica Jones had its last season in 2019, and Luke Cage led to 2018.