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Chadwick Boseman departed the earth far too prematurely, but not before leaving a succession of spectacular portrayals and performances in his final films. He is finally getting the credit that’s commensurate with someone of his prodigious skillset, even if the recognition comes posthumously. The Black Panther star made history with the 2021 Screen Actors Guild…

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New Year’s Eve is a time of celebration and hope. But it is also a time of quiet introspection and mourning for the invaluable treasures we lost in the past 12 months. As we thankfully close the book on the year 2020, we also commemorate the ones we lost. Congressman John Lewis: The venerated civil…

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Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington saw in Chadwick Boseman and kindred spirit with a tireless devotion to his craft. Washington also noticed something else about the late Black Panther star: Boseman’s girlfriend, Taylor Simone Ledward, was definitely marriage material. Washington, 65, was completely unaware that Boseman, 43, was even sick while they filmed Ma Rainey’s Black…

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1. Kobe Bryant The world was stunned by the deaths of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna. Many children lost their hero, idol, and favorite player. Kobe Bryant left a massive legacy for the world always to know the “Black Mamba.” 2. Chadwick Boseman Anybody, young or old, felt the pain and sadness of losing…

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Chadwick Boseman‘s Black Panther performance was too “iconic” to be recast. The 43-year-old actor tragically passed away in August 2020 following a secret four-year battle with colon cancer, and Marvel boss Kevin Feige has insisted the “immensely talented” star will not be replaced as King T’Challa in the upcoming Black Panther sequel because his performance in…

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Chadwick Boseman has been remembered on what would have been his 44th birthday. Marvel has changed the opening credits for Black Panther on Disney+ to honor the late actor, who passed away earlier this year after a secret battle with colon cancer. Bob Iger wrote on Twitter: “To all fans of #BlackPanther: watch the film…

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The nation was shocked at the untimely passing of actor Chadwick Boseman. On Aug. 28, it was announced that the Howard University graduate had died at the age of 43. During his illustrious career, Boseman starred in films that included 42, Get On Up, Marshall, Black Panther, and Da 5 Bloods.  Boseman reportedly died of…

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