- Chadwick Boseman died after battling cancer
- He was best known for his role in ‘Black Panther’
- “RIP, King of Wakanda,” Amul wrote for the actor.
Death of actor Chadwick Boseman left fans around the world mourning with sincere tributes to the actor on social media and one of them was from Amul. Chadwick Boseman was best known for playing the Marvel Cinematic Universe Black Panther Superhero Avatar – Amul was inspired by Chadwick Boseman’s most popular on-screen character for the tribute. “Wonder of an actor,” Amul described the late star, adding, “RIP, King of Wakanda.” Black Panther, played by Chadwick Boseman, was the superhero name of King T’Challa of the fictional African nation Wakanda. The win phrase “Wakanda Forever”, uttered by Black Panther in the MCU movies, has been trending on social media following news of the actor’s death.
Here is Amul’s moving tribute to Chadwick Boseman:
Chadwick Boseman first appeared as Black Panther in 2016 Captain America: Civil War and then the independent Black Panther film hit screens in 2018. Black Panther will always shine as the brightest milestone in Chadwick Boseman’s brilliant working legacy – History was made with Black Panther as it marked the first MCU film to be headlined by an actor of color and it also happened to be the first Marvel Cinematic Universe film to garner Oscars and a Best Picture nomination. “It was the honor of his career to bring King T’Challa to life in Black Panther“said a statement from Chadwick Boseman’s family after his death.
The family’s statement revealed that Chadwick Boseman was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2016, prompting him to steer clear of the media. He continued to work on films while undergoing cancer treatment: “It is with immeasurable pain that we confirm the passing of Chadwick Boseman. Chadwick was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in 2016 and battled it for the past 4 years at As he progressed to stage IV … A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all and brought back many of the movies you have come to love so much. “
– Chadwick Boseman (@chadwickboseman) August 29, 2020
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