Watch Marvel’s touching tribute to Chadwick Boseman

Watch Marvel's touching tribute to Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa, aka Black Panther.

Matt Kennedy

Marvel has paid tribute to Chadwick Boseman in a video celebrating his position as superhero Black Panther. The actor died on Friday at age 43 after a battle with colon most cancers. 

“Chadwick was a tremendous actor who we thought would match completely with the MCU,” Marvel chief Kevin Feige says within the video posted Sunday.

The video options interviews with actors and filmmakers, and behind-the-scenes footage of Boseman, who privately handled colon most cancers for 4 years.

“Lots of the issues concerning the character are additionally true about Chad,” Black Panther director Ryan Coogler says in one of many interviews. “He is very knowledgable. He is an athlete, a martial artist. He is had loads of expertise enjoying roles that include loads of weight.”

“He as a man has loads of weight to him.”

Boseman first appeared as Black Panther in Captain America: Civil Conflict, earlier than starring in 2018’s Black Panther. The solo movie took $1.three billion worldwide, changing into one in every of Marvel’s highest-grossing motion pictures on the time. It later grew to become the primary superhero movie to earn a Finest Image nomination and win an Oscar — for costume design, authentic rating and manufacturing design.

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“It’s fun to watch what it means to people,” Boseman says in an interview of his role as the superhero. “What does this do for the world? Is it actually valuable in this climate? And I have to say yes. Not because it makes people escape. I think, when done right, it gives people hope.”

Over the course of his career, Boseman portrayed several notable historical figures, including baseball player Jackie Robinson in 42, James Brown in Get on Up and Thurgood Marshall in Marshall.

Many actors and filmmakers have paid tribute to Boseman, as has former president Barack Obama. “To be young, gifted, and Black; to use that power to give them heroes to look up to; to do it all while in pain – what a use of his years,” he posted on Instagram Sunday.

“You will always be our king,” Marvel says to end its tribute.

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