Hollywood star Chadwick Boseman died on Friday. Chadwick, who played the lead role in the Marvel Studios film Black Panther, was 43 and suffering from cancer for the last 4 years.
- Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman has died of colon cancer at 43, his family has said in a statement. The actor had been battling cancer for four years
- On the death of the superstar actor, a statement was issued by his family, in which he was described as a true warrior.
- Chadwick’s representative said that Chadwick’s wife and family were with him at the last minute. He was suffering from colon cancer.
Suffered from colon cancer for 4 years
According to the report, Chadwick’s representative stated that Chadwick’s wife and family were with him at the last minute. He was suffering from colon cancer (bowel cancer).
On the death of the superstar actor, a statement was released from his family, in which he was described as a true warrior.
The statement said,
“A true warrior, Chadwick, through his struggle, brought to you all the films that you loved dearly.”
The family said that Chadwick shot a number of films in the last 4 years and all this happened between his many surgeries and chemotherapy. The family said that it was an honor for him to play the character of King T’Challa in the film Black Panther.
Black Panther made a superstar: Chadwick Boseman
Chadwick made a name for himself in his career with films like ’42’ and ‘Get on Up’ and then became a hit among the audience by playing the character T-Challa / Black Panther in the 2018 Marvel Cinematic Universe film ‘Black Panther’ had gone.
He then appeared again in blockbuster films like Avengers-Infinity War and Avengers-End Game, playing the role of Black Panther.
But beyond the awards and the billion-dollar box office gross, Black Panther and Chadwick Boseman helped usher in an era of better representation in comic book movies, and in Hollywood more broadly.