T’Chaka actor John Kanie talked about Chadwick Boseman’s commitment to making Black Panther great when he didn’t get a chance to make a similar movie.
John Kahn recalled Chadwick Bosman, a lover of Black Panther, saying that it could happen because he might not get a second chance to make a similar movie. Civil War, followed by another role in Ryan Kugler’s fielding film. Now she opens up about her experience working on Black Panther, which is in the immediate aftermath of Bosman’s passing.
Last week, Hollywood and the world were shocked to learn of Bosman’s untimely passing. There was no indication that Bosman had been fighting for his life since the disease was detected in 2016. A major commercial success for Marvel Studios, the film was also a cultural phenomenon, something Bosman and Coogler may not have anticipated.
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Interestingly, the actor revealed that Kugler and Bosman were inspired to make sure the project was the best it could possibly be, as they may not be given another chance to do something like this.
In Blindness, it seems ridiculous to think that Black Panther can’t stick with Marvel. The enormous pressure to produce a quality film led everyone to do their best, including Bosman, who was already battling colon cancer when the film was in production. However, Bosman acted with force; He remained focused and committed to that part, knowing he had a lot of rest on his shoulder. It is amazing how he is able to move forward with a project that demanded so much of him in the midst of his personal struggles.