Black panther actor Boseman Dies of Colon cancer

Black Panther actor, Boseman dies of colon cancer at age 43.
Marvel’s blockbuster movie franchise Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman, died Friday of colon cancer at the age of 43. According to his publicist Nicki Fioravante, Boseman sadly passed away at his Los Angeles home with his wife and family by his side.
Boseman was diagnosed with colon cancer four years ago, his family said in a statement.
“A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all, and brought you many of the films you have come to love so much. From Marshall to Da 5 Bloods, August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and several more – all were filmed during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy. It was the honor of his career to bring King T’Challa to life in Black Panther,” according to his family’s statement.
Boseman unfortunately died on a day that Major League Baseball was celebrating Jackie Robinson day. In a tweet statement, the league wrote:
“His transcendent performance in ‘42’ will stand the test of time and serve as a powerful vehicle to tell Jackie’s story to audiences for generations to come.”
Fioravante added that the actor hadn’t disclosed his colon cancer diagnosis to the public all through is battle with the disease.
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Boseman is survived by his wife and a parent and had no kid prior to his death, Fioravante stated.
Boseman, a graduate of Howard University, was born in South Carolina. He had small roles in television before his major break in 2013 where he played the stolid baseball star Robinson opposite Harrison Ford.
After this break, he again starred as Brown in the biopic “Get On Up, where he garnered lots of admiration from audiences.
Loads of eulogies have been pouring on social media in honor of the legendary Black panther actor Boseman  as he dies of Colon cancer.
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Disney executive chairman Bob Iger described Boseman as “an extraordinary talent, and one of the most gentle and giving souls I have ever met. He brought enormous strength, dignity and depth to his groundbreaking role of Black Panther.”
Also, “Captain America” actor Chris Evans described Boseman as “a true original. He was a deeply committed and constantly curious artist. He had so much amazing work still left to create.”
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tweeted that Boseman “inspired generations and showed them they can be anything they want — even super heroes.”
After the release of Black Panther two years ago, his “Wakanda Forever” salute echoed around the globe. Boseman’s  T’Challa character was first introduced to the blockbuster Marvel movies in 2016′s “Captain America: Civil War.”
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Black Panther was the only Marvel Studies movie to receive a best picture Oscar nomination. The film’s vision of Afrofuturism and the technologically sophisticated civilization of Wakanda resonated with audiences, some of whom wore African attire to showings and helped propel “Black Panther” to more than $1.3 billion in global box office.
While promoting Black Panther, Boseman told AP that he “effortlessly identified with the film’s antagonist, played by Michael B. Jordan, who had been cut off from his ancestral roots: “I was born with some Killmonger in me, and I have learned to T’Challa throughout my studies.”
“It’s the place where you start. All African Americans, unless they have some direct connection, have been severed from that past. There’s things that cannot be tracked,” he continued. “You were a product, sold. So it’s very difficult as an African American to connect at some points directly to Africa. I have made that part of my search in my life. So those things were already there when I got into the role.”
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When Boseman was asked about his own childhood heroes and icons, Boseman listed Black political leaders and musicians: Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., Bob Marley, Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest and Prince.
Boseman was intensely confidential and often guarded in his public appearances and interviews; he made clear that he understood the importance of his work and its contact on the broader culture.
Boseman’s death is a great loss to the movie industry. May his soul rest in peace. Amen.

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