Chadwick Boseman was about to have one last big role

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Chadwick Boseman estuvo a punto de tener un último gran papel

Chadwick Boseman, who passed away in 2020, was widely recognized for his role as Black Panther / T’Challa. The actor almost played another great role before he died.

Chadwick Boseman he is one of the most popular actors of the moment. Unfortunately, the artist lost his life in a tragic way in August of last year (2020), when cancer consumed him and left him with no options to continue in the fight. After his passing, his fame remained, and even grew, having been nominated for an award. Oscar.

His life and work

The most famous work of the celebrity was, without a doubt, playing the king of Wakanda, T´Challa. This role included him Marvel Cinematic Universe with the alias of Black Panther. This opportunity launched him to a stardom from which he never emerged.

However, this was not his only participation on the big screen, since he appeared in titles such as Get On Up O Marshall, in which he personified figures of American history, such as James Brown O Thurgood Marshall, respectively.

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His latest appearances in the seventh art respond to Da 5 Bloods Y Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, both projects of Netflix. In fact, the one mentioned at the end was released after Boseman’s death.

The one that would be his next big role

In this way, the interpreter planned to meet again with one of the first directors he worked with, Brian Helgeland. The filmmaker was in charge of 42, the first credit in Hollywood by Chadwick Boseman. For his part, the writer was working on the sequel to the famous detective movie, L.A. Confidential.

The original version was directed by Curtis Hanson, but Helgeland was involved in the writing, so Warner Bros. He entrusted the continuation to him. In addition to looking for actors from the first edition such as Guy Pearce O Russell Crowe, the developer immediately thought of Boseman to complete the cast.

Unable to continue with the idea, given the death of the actor, the plans for this feature film are uncertain. On the other hand, the last time Chadwick’s work is seen in entertainment will be in the animated series of Marvel, What If…? He managed to lend his voice for some fragments of the show that will be available at Disney+.

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Fountain: Collider


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