The movie ‘Black Panther’ fame, Chadwick Boseman passed away earlier this year. The actor battled with stage 3 colon cancer since, 2016. Chadwick was 43 years old. The news came out as a shock. Chadwick never publically talked about the disease. This is why the majority of the population had no idea about the battle of Boseman. 

At 7:41 AM today, an official tweet came from Chadwick’s Twitter account, declaring the death of the superstar. According to the sources, in his family was with him in his last time. Also, via his tweet, his family thanked everyone for giving him a chance to portray the iconic character of Black Panther.

Chadwick Boseman was the first black superhero to get his standalone film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His character received appreciation from the experts. Black Panther is the first comic book adaption to receive an Oscar nomination. The movie received appreciation for showing cultural expanses and the advancement of an African country. Boseman to promote the African culture also adapted African accent. 

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The news of his death followed a wave of tweets from all the notable personalities. Mark Ruffalo, who acted as Hulk in many Marvel Movies, too sent his condolences via Twitter. Chadwick Boseman’s death is indeed a loss for the Hollywood industry. He was working towards the production of Black Panther 2. The upcoming movie is due in 2022. Marvel Entertainment tweeted about the loss of their superhero. 

Early Life:

Chadwick Aaron Boseman was born on November 29, 1976, in the United States of America. He was an actor and a producer. His mother, Carolyn and father, Leroy Boseman are both African American. Chadwick Boseman attended college at Howard University in Washington, D.C. He pursued Bachelor of Fine Arts in directing. Chadwick got his first television role in 2003, in the show Third Watch. He also wrote plays, which he performed at the Congo Square Theatre Company in Chicago. Chadwick debuted in mainstream movies in 2013. In his first film ‘42′, he portrayed baseball pioneer and star, Jackie Robinson. 

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In 2016 he portrayed the Marvel Comics character T’Challa / Black Panther, in the movie Captain America: Civil War. Later in 2018, he received his first standalone movie, Black Panther. His latest movie,  Da 5 Bloods, released on June 12, 2020, on Netflix.