We didn't see the last one Chadwick Boseman After all, as King T & # 39; Challah. Just a few months ago, the world lost one of its most popular film actors when Boseman passed away at the age of 43. Since then, it has been announced that Marvel and Disney are pushing their plans to develop Black Panther 2, and that was it also confirmed that the role of T & # 39; Challa would not be re-cast.
While Boseman won't appear in the sequel to Black Panther, the late actor will soon be heard as the voice of T & # 39; Challa in Marvels What if …? Series on Disney +. Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, confirmed the animated series with Emmy Magazine, confirming that Boseman had recorded dialogue for the character, which gave Black Panther fans one final performance in the role, even if she only played in the voice has been. Better still, he'll appear in multiple episodes as opposed to a brief one-off appearance.
"There are all kinds of stories that we couldn't explore through live action," Feige says of the What if …? Series. "[Chadwick] came in about four times and recorded numerous episodes. In hindsight, it's very moving."
Chadwick is perhaps best known for playing T & # 39; challah Black Panther, directed by Ryan Coogler and released in 2018. He would repeat the role for the blockbuster films Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, and before his death, Boseman planned to return as T & # 39; Challa in Black Panther 2 It is not yet clear whether Shuri, M & # 39; Baku or some other character will be the next Black Panther as Marvel is still very excited about the plot of the upcoming sequel.
In addition, Boseman has received critical acclaim for a variety of other memorable performances. His most famous roles include 42-year-old MLB legend Jackie Robinson, soul singer James Brown in Get on Up, Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in Marshall, Thoth in Gods of Egypt, NYPD detective Andre Davis in 21 Bridges and "Stormin". Norm "Holloway in the Spike Lee drama Da 5 Bloods.
Boseman's last live-action role was played by director George C. Wolfe in his new drama Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, which recently debuted on Netflix. In addition to Viola Davis as the title blues singer, the film shows Boseman as the trumpeter Levee Green. Both actors received acclaim for their roles in the film, and many of Boseman's fans fought for the actor to win a posthumous Oscar. Although Boseman has consistently impressed critics with his acting, he has yet to be nominated for an Acting Award at the Oscars.
What happened if…? also brings in other great Marvel actors to voice the animated versions of their characters. The series does not contain any storyline connections to the live-action MCU. Instead, it examines how some storylines might have played out differently in an alternate timeline. The first season will consist of ten episodes and is scheduled to start streaming on Disney + in mid-2021. An official premiere date has not yet been set. This message comes to us from Emmy Magazine.
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