- Chadwick Boseman died of cancer
- #ChadwickForever, wrote Robert Downey Jr
- “I will remember the good times,” wrote Robert Downey Jr.
Hollywood reeling from the shock of losing the actor Chadwick boseman, who died Friday after a four-year battle with colon cancer. He was 43 years old. Social media was inundated with tributes from many members of the film fraternity, especially stars of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including Chris Hemsworth, Angela Bassett, Chris Evan, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Pratt, Brie Larson, among others. Robert Downey Jr, who worked with Chadwick Boseman on films such as Avengers: Infinity War, Captain America: Civil War and Avengers Endgame, shared an emotional post recalling the Black Panther actor. He shared a throwback video on his social media, in which the duo could be seen smiling with all their hearts. An excited Robert Downey Jr wrote: “Mr. Boseman leveled the playing field as he fought for his life … That’s heroism … I’ll remember the good times, the laughs, and the way he changed the game,” added the hashtag . #ChadwickForever to your post.
This is what Robert Downey Jr posted:
In the meantime, Avengers Directors Joe and Anthony Russo shared a host of flashbacks in the form of flashbacks, with Chadwick Boseman. The caption on the post read: “This is hard to process. Chadwick was an incredibly elegant man with great integrity and tremendous talent. He inspired an entire generation to stand up and be king. The best way to honor him is to emulate him: show kindness and love to others. Share your talents in ways that impact. Always strive to be a light in the dark. “
Read the praise from the Russo brothers here:
“Chadwick Boseman he died at home, with his wife and family by his side, “says the family statement. He began his acting career in 2003 with a television series titled Third Watch. He was best known for playing King T’Challa in Marvel’s Black Panther – the first MCU movie headlined by an actor of color. In addition to the Marvel movies, the actor who appeared in the 2013 film 42, the 2014 film Get up and 2017 Marshall. Chadwick Boseman was last seen in Spike Lee’s war movie Give 5 Bloods.