2020 was a rough year for many reasons, one of them being the tragic and sudden passing of the talented Chadwick Boseman. On the first anniversary of his death, fans and Hollywood reflect on his impact.
Production for Marvel’s ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ started Tuesday, June 29, in Atlanta. The studio’s chief believes they’re going to “make Chad proud.”
Wakanda isn’t just coming to the big screen, but it’s coming to Disney+ as a new series. It’s part of a multi year overall television deal with Ryan Coogler that he made with the Walt Disney company. At the moment Coogler is working on the sequel to the first Black Panther film that is set in the fictional world of Wakanda. Image via USAToday According to Coogler, he loves working for Disney. He is excited to work together with Disney and his team to bring this series to life, as well as other projects he’s working on that he …
Yes, you heard a familiar voice in that trailer. Marvel’s What If…? will feature the late and legendary Chadwick Boseman’s final performances as King T’Challa.
In honor of the late great actor, Chadwick Boseman, who portrayed the title character of Black Panther in 2018, the role will not be recast. Many speculations regarding the role have been rumored, but now those rumors can be put to rest.