Stephen Curry says he'd accept 'a nice role' in 'Black Panther 3' if director Ryan Coogler offered it

"Stephen Curry: Underrated," a documentary about the NBA legend, premiered at Sundance on Monday. During a Q&A, Curry joked about joining the cast of "Black Panther 3."

Franchise director Ryan Coogler was a producer on "Underrated." Stephen Curry wouldn't turn down a role in "Black Panther 3" if Ryan Coogler, the Marvel franchise's director,

offered it.  That's what the NBA legend told a raucous Sundance Film Festival crowd at the premiere of "Stephen Curry: Underrated," a documentary exploring his extraordinary

career. Coogler, a producer on the film, joined Curry, director Peter Nicks, and others involved in the project for an audience Q&A following the screening on Monday in

Park City, Utah. "Tell him to see if we can shoot it in the summer and see if he can find a nice role for me in that universe," Curry said in response to an audience

member's half-joking question about "Black Panther," whose third chapter is expected but has not been announced. "Absolutely, you put the pressure on and we'll see what he

says," Curry added of Coogler. "Underrated" chronicles Curry's rise from high school phenom in Charlotte, North Carolina, to Division I recruit at Davidson College to NBA

superstardom. The film culminates in the Golden State Warriors' 2022 NBA championship win — the team's fourth since Curry was drafted as a point guard in 2009. The

documentary's narrative centers on Curry's years at Davidson under Coach Bob McKillop, who led his team to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2008 — they made it to the Elite 8 before falling

to the University of Kansas. Several of Curry's Davidson teammates are interviewed in the documentary, and some were at the premiere.