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Black Panther’s Star Winston Duke Shares A Sad Tale About Chadwick Boseman

After hearing of the death of Chadwick Boseman, the actor who brought her father’s story to life, Boseman’s daughter Jackie Robinson did what she could to share some heartwarming thoughts about her father’s honor. 

The actress who played Ramonda in Black Panther, the mother of Chadwick Boseman and superhero Tchaikovsky, said it was a challenge to surpass the success of the original 2018 film. Still, she believed in the cast and crew. 

Marvel boss Kevin Feige is more than impressed with the actor’s new Black Panther film and believes fans will be too. 

After Black Panther’s release in February 2018, Feige said there were “many, many stories to tell” about the film, that he wanted director and co-writer Ryan Coogler to return for a possible sequel that Marvel Studios wanted to keep the creative team as long as possible and that Alan F. 

Horn, chairman of Walt Disney Studios, felt that it was too early to discuss a sequel but was optimistic about the director’s desire to return as director.    

Plans After Chadwick Boseman Death

Plans changed for the sequel in August 2020 when Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer, and Marvel Studios decided not to recast his role as TChalla. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lupita Nyongo (spy Nakia, Letitia Wright, Tchalla’s sister), Shuri Winston (Duke Jabari, Mbaku tribal leader), Angela Bassett (Tchalla’s mother Ramonda) will reprise her role as Wakanda. In contrast, CinemaBlend’s Danai Gurira (Okoye, leader of elite soldier Dora Milaje) will reprise her role. 

In December, Marvel Studios director Kevin Feige declared that the film would not be re-released as Black Panther following Boseman’s death in August after battling colon cancer.  

In the original Black Panther movie, Winston Duke played Mbaku as TChalla alongside the late Chadwick Boseman. Duke was expected to return to the role, but that has not been confirmed for the actor. 

Boseman’s character died during pre-production of the sequel after a year-long battle with cancer. Still, the Marvel Studios filmmakers agreed to continue working on the film in his memory.    

Black Panther 2

Black Panther 2 will come to theaters as one of the most anticipated films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the tragic death of the star Chadwick Boseman in August 2020 means that the film will come to theaters with a tinge of sadness. 

Letitia Wright has an easy way of going through history and explaining the departure. New reports suggest Black Panther star Boseman’s five-picture deal with Marvel Studios will begin with Captain America 3. Black Panther 2 will be a problematic Marvel film due to the actor’s untimely death.   

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In December, Marvel President Kevin Feige announced that Black Panther would not be re-created with the latest Chadwick Boseman-TChalla character for the highly anticipated sequel to the film. 

Executive producer Victoria Alonso said Boseman’s character would not be added to the CGI either. We already knew the character wouldn’t be in Wakanda, but Feige said he wouldn’t remake the personality or insert Wakanda into the movie with CGI. 

Despite the colossal success of the original Black Panther, Marvel never seemed to be in a hurry to make a sequel, especially after the sad death of its star Chadwick Boseman after a four-year battle with cancer. 

After Boseman kept his cancer diagnosis a secret, Coogler worked on a script in which the actor should have reprised his role as TChalla. He added that while his character was kept away from the film by the director, he was the one working to keep it running. 

In a remote corner of the desert, the stoic and reserved Duke observes the lives of various souls, some of whom can be seen on television. In an exclusive interview with Boseman about the filming of Nine Days, the actor spoke to Looper about some of the most moving moments he had on set with his Black Panther character. 

We’re getting a little more awe-inspiring during this pandemic, so I’m excited to see people in this existential fantasy drama Nine Days in New York and L.A. on Friday and nationwide on August 6.  

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When one of the Winston Duke’s “stoic and reserved subjects dies,” he has to find a new soul to fill the vacancy, with various candidates appearing in the form of Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgard, and Zazie Beetz. 

Nine Days

What makes the existential fantasy drama “Nine Days Later” so rocking is that Winston Duke has a world that constantly reminds him of aspects of his life, big or small or significant. There is an inherent conflict here, as the character of TChalla manifests itself in different ways as he settles into his legacy and past.   

News of Boseman’s death sent shockwaves in the entertainment world and the sports world when he made a celebrated appearance in 2013 – 42 as the Major League Baseball Legend Jackie Robinson. 

Some of his Marvel co-stars shared their utter devastation on social media. The director said he was’ broken ‘by the loss and referred to his time writing the script for the Panther sequel.    

Conclusion

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