Black Panther Super Hero Chadwick Boseman is no more with us

Black Panther Super Hero Chadwick Boseman is no more with us


Chadwick Boseman famous black panther comic character of marvel, was having stage II colon cancer since 2016 and died in 2020 at his home, his family & wife was by his side in his last moments.

He was a Harvard graduate in the year 2000. He started his career with TV shows like “Lincoln Height” & “Persons Unknown,” Boseman had his first popular role as Robinsons in film 42 that was released in the year 2003. Then in 2016, Boseman played the Marvel Comics Character T’Challa/Black Panther in Captain America Civil War, it became his first film in a five-picture deal with Marvel. After that, he headed to another great successful movie “Black Panther” which portrays his home country “WAKANDA” in Africa. His heroic role of young Wakanda Prince headlined the blockbuster of the USA, also became one of the high grossing films. His role was further played in the Avenger Infinity war (2018) and Avengers Endgame (2019). Both movies hit the sky but endgame became top-box and high-grossing film of all time.

Owen Gleiberman said, “Boseman was a virtuous actor who had amazing ability to create a character from the outside in and the inside out…. He was the only man who knew how to fuse with the role, etching in all three dimensions.”

The whole world paid tribute to Chadwick Boseman, on the announcement of his death many fellow actors and celebrities tweeted.


We are all heartbroken by the tragic loss of #chadwickboseman -- 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; shattering myths and stereotypes, — Robert Iger (@RobertIger) August 29, 2020




I’m absolutely devastated. This is beyond heartbreaking. Chadwick was special. A true original. He was a deeply committed and constantly curious artist. He had so much amazing work still left to create. I’m endlessly grateful for our friendship. Rest in power, King. - Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) August 29, 2020




All I have to say is the tragedies amassing this year have only been made more profound by the loss of #ChadwickBoseman. What a man, and what an immense talent. Brother, you were one of the all time greats and your greatness was only beginning. Lord love ya. Rest in power, King. - Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) August 29, 2020




“Chadwick was someone who radiated power and peace. Who stood for so much more than himself. Who took the time to really see how you were doing and gave words of encouragement when you felt unsure. I’m honored to have the memories I have. The conversations, the laughter. My heart is with you and your family. You will be missed and never forgotten. Rest in power and peace my friend.” — Brie Larson, who played Captain Marvel in “Avengers: Endgame,” via Twitter.




“THANK YOU @chadwickboseman for all you gave us. We needed it & will always cherish it! A talented & giving artist & brother who will be sorely missed.” — Samuel L. Jackson, who portrayed Nick Fury in “Avengers: Endgame”, via Twitter.




“The true power of @ChadwickBoseman was bigger than anything we saw on screen. From the Black Panther to Jackie Robinson, he inspired generations and showed them they can be anything they want — even super heroes.” — Joe Biden, via Twitter.




“A warrior of light til the very end. A true king. I am without words. May he rise in power.” — Actor Kerry Washington, on Twitter.




“I met you at the premier of 42 in Pittsburgh in 2013. Even though you were in the spotlight and all eyes were on you, I remember you saying, ‘I’m that one that’s starstruck by all of these athletes here.’ That’s the man you were. Humble. You will be missed.” — Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen, a former National League Most Valuable Player when he played for Pittsburgh, on Twitter.




“Heartbroken. My friend and fellow Bison Chadwick Boseman was brilliant, kind, learned, and humble. He left too early but his life made a difference.” — Kamala Harris, on Twitter.