“Black Panther” starring Chadwick Bosman died of cancer, the single box office reached 1.3 billion, the Marvel universe is out of balance!


Chadwick Bosman’s cancer was diagnosed four years ago. When filming “Black Panther”, he was still working with an illness. During these four years, Chadwick Bosman has been struggling. Fight against illness.

According to the plan, “Black Panther 2” is expected to be released in 2022, but now it seems that “Black Panther” is his last work.

43 years old, it can be said to be a prime time for a Hollywood actor, and “Black Panther” starring Chadwick Bosman hit the world box office with a box office of 1.3 billion US dollars. Not only that, “Black Panther” The film is the highest grossing single hero of Marvel, surpassing “Iron Man”, and has also won seven Oscar nominations. It is amazing to have such a performance.

But on August 29, 2020, the Associated Press issued a report that Chadwick Bosman died of colon cancer at the age of 43. This blockbuster news was like a bomb, which made it difficult for fans to accept.

He left the world at the peak of his career. I have to say that it makes people feel very helpless and regretful. But in the face of death, everyone is equal. The last black person to leave us was basketball superstar Kobe. This is the Marvel superhero.

And Chadwick Bosman and Kobe are also friends. Some fans said that instead of leaving us, he went to look for Kobe Bryant.

The departure of Chadwick Bosman will undoubtedly have a huge impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Just as Heath Ledger died that year, there is no more clown in “Batman: The Dark Trilogy”, and Chad With the death of Vic Bosman, Marvel superheroes no longer have Panthers.

Because the king played by Chadwick Bosman can be said to be perfectly integrated into the role, and his own temperament is also a rare gentleman among blacks. As Marvel’s next important figure, the sudden death of the actor is inevitable. It will make the overall film layout suffer and change.

Moreover, there are almost zero negative news about Chadwick Bosman himself. The previous news reports about him were all for the purpose of working hard for the movie, learning the East African accent, and trying to figure out the hearts of the characters in the drama. It can be seen that he is one. A very dedicated actor.

When he was diagnosed with colon cancer four years ago, “Black Panther” and “Avengers” 3 and 4 were all filmed during Chadwick Bosman’s cancer treatment. Many, but because of the need for chemotherapy, the body was thinner, so Chadwick Bosman continued to gain muscle to maintain a good body shape. This is very difficult for a cancer patient, and it is undoubtedly worse.

In addition, during the film’s release, he himself ran around for publicity, maintaining a bright smile and enthusiasm. Although he was occasionally photographed in a state of exhaustion, he would smile and say to everyone: “Wakanda forever” to ease the misunderstanding.

Marvel and Chadwick Bosman themselves never shared any information about their illnesses during the film’s release, let alone hyped up their illnesses. It can be seen that Marvel’s treatment of Chadwick Bosman The cancer has been kept secret, perhaps to prevent fans from worrying too much. It wasn’t until April this year that the paparazzi was photographed by the paparazzi when he was taken to the doctor. News of his cancer came out.

In comparison, some domestic traffic actors have bad lines, and body management is hard to say. Even if the shooting action has a substitute, even more, the lines only say “1234567”, so the actors in the background can get better there. go with?

As an actor, Chadwick Bosman is qualified. Similarly, he has impressed countless audiences with his powerful acting skills and gained a large number of fans. The successful 1.3 billion box office of “Black Panther” is the best prove.

Finally, I gave it to him with the lines in the movie “Black Panther”;

“In my culture, death is not the end”

“It’s more like a starting point to an unfamiliar territory”

Actor Chadwick Bosman, go all the way

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