Jack Black is one of the biggest legends in Hollywood. He's an actor, musician, and all-around funny man and it feels like he's been around forever. It's been a long time since we first fell in love with him when School of Rock dropped, and he's never been off our screens.
And now, he's hit headlines for a performance of a different kind ...
Now, Jack Black is one of the world's most beloved comedy actors!He rose to fame in the 2000 indie rom-com High Fidelity, in which he played hapless record-store clerk Barry.
But he's probably best known for another role...Black played lead character Dewey Finn in 2004's School of Rock and immediately became a household name.
This was the moment we knew we needed Jack Black in our lives.School of Rock is one of the coolest movies of all time. Who doesn’t love the idea of suddenly becoming part of an epic rock band instead of being stuck at school? And with lines like "stick-it-to-the-man-neosis" and "you’re tacky and I hate you"... how can you not love this movie?
But for some, Black is synonymous with a different role.The 2006 comedy Nacho Libre was basically a vehicle for Black to be his top silly self. While not exactly a critical success, it has since gained a cult following.
It tells the story of a Mexican chef who dreams of wrestling fame.After a fight breaks out at his place of work, he decides to go undercover to pursue his dreams - and as you could probably guess, hilarity ensues.
But it seems Black is not yet done with the character...And his next idea for the role may surprise you.
People are pretty excited...Because (believe it or not) Black has suggested that Nacho Libre should be the next addition to the MCU. Yep, you heard that right - he wants to join the Avengers.
During an interview he was asked about whether he'd join the MCU.Hey, he wouldn't be the first unlikely crossover! Although Black told comicbook.com, he doesn't "have any plans" right now.
But then something causes Black to reconsider.
via: IMDB"I mean, I feel like Nacho Libre was kind of a superhero. He wore a costume and fought crime and was a hero of sorts."