The entire Marvel Universe came together to pay tribute to Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman, who died of cancer on Friday. Chadwick’s co-stars Chris Pratt from the Avengers series Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo and others took to Twitter to share their sincere wishes. Ruffalo, who played the role of the Hulk on the Avenger series, wrote: “Let me tell you that the tragedies that have occurred this year have deepened with the loss of #ChadwickBoseman.
Captain America aka Chris Evans recalled the ‘real original’ actor and wrote A true origin. He is a deeply engaged and constantly curious artist.” Was. That was so amazing.
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Chadwick was a T’Challa much loved by all, as he brought the black superhero to life on screen long ago. The number of times the audience greeted his signature ‘Wakanda Forever’ greeting. American Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden recalled the same power and love that he had left Chadwick with. From Black Panther to Jackie Robinson, he inspired generations and showed them that they can do whatever they want as superheroes too. Loved in this difficult time. The senator and Democratic vice presidential candidate of the United States also published a post that read: “Heartbroken. My friend and partner Bison Chadwick Boseman was brilliant, kind, knowledgeable, and courteous. He left very early but his life made the difference.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige gave a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, highlighting the actor’s ‘charisma and happiness’. He was charismatic and cheerful every time he walked on set and every time he appeared on the screen. He was truly indelible. He included many amazing people in his work, and there was no one better to bring great men to life. He was as smart, kind and powerful as him. He used to portray anyone. Now he replaces them as an icon. Age. The Marvel Studios family regrets deeply his loss, and tonight we mourn with his family. ” They said.