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Black Panther is currently blowing up in the box office, and Andy Serkis has proven himself as one of the more memorable MCU villains in the form of Ulysses Klaue. The movie revealed that Klaue actually had a penchant for music, and Andy Serkis weighs in on what his character actually likes to listen to when he’s not dealing weapons illegally.
Talking to Games Radar, Serkis explains that his Klaue’s mixtape would include:
“Everything from Mozart to jazz, actually. And Pink Floyd.”
Martin Freeman, who was also in Black Panther, was present for the interview, and guessed something along the lines of Klaue’s South African heritage:
“A little bit of Boer folk music?”
Though Killmonger is a serious villain, Klaue’s quirky character provided a great FOIL for the film. Besides being a ruthless arms dealer, he’s actually very fun to watch, and his interactions with every character on the film, even the side characters, are an absolute delight.
With the MCU having a problem with the way it writes villains, 2017 has given us some of the more interesting foes like Ego the Living Planet and Adrian Toomes’ Vulture. Hopefully, Thanos will break the mold and become the paramount villain in the Marvel universe that he’s being set up to be.
Black Panther is now out in theaters.