FALL OF THE BLACK PANTHER
In the most recent news, Chadwick Boseman passed away and Hollywood is SHOOK!
Here is everything you need to know about Chadwick Boseman
This sudden news came about as a stunner for movie lovers. Chadwick Boseman, most appreciated for his role as T’Challa or Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has demised and Hollywood has spoken up.
Chadwick Boseman EARLY LIFE
Many people do not know this but Boseman has always been into the art of stage. At merely 15, he wrote a play in the memory of his friend who was shot dead. He even acted in the play. Chadwick was a sweet child who was passionate about directing and writing. He attended Howard University in Washington DC and graduated with a degree in fine arts of directing. Little did anyone know that this man will be a world-renowned actor too. One person probably did. It was Denzel Washington who once paid for Boseman’s drama school.
And today, his worth was over a whopping $ 12 Million.
Onset and offset, Boseman was admired for his sweet nature. He voiced himself for the BLM movement and was an active ambassador. He was the fourth person who was eyed for playing Black Panther. But as the auditions rolled, Kevin Feige knew what potential Chadwick holds when it comes to the role of King T’Challa. Then we got the legend that we know today.
Death and Cause of Death
Chadwick was always very emotional about death. Once a little boy couldn’t see his movie due to cancer and Boseman’s eyes watered up. He did not reveal that he himself was fighting stage 3 cancer effortlessly. An Instagram post confirmed today that Chadwick is no more. Celebrities like Zoe Saldana, Oprah, Tom Holland, and many others expressed the grief that they were encompassed with.
King T’Challa will be remembered always. We take a bow to the courageous Chadwick Boseman who fought till the end. We’ll miss you 3000.
“You might have one thing in your head, but the things you’re doing don’t really lead down the right road, necessarily. When you’re young, you don’t want to hear that. You think you can do everything, be all things.” — Chadwick Boseman.