Chadwick Boseman remembered by Endgame Directors, “Russo Brothers”

Chadwick Boseman remembered by Endgame Directors, “Russo Brothers”

Avengers: Endgame directors Russo brothers (Anthony and Joe Russo) remember Black Panther star, Chadwick Boseman. The star was diagnosed with colon cancer and passed away this Friday after fighting with the disease for four years.

Chadwick Boseman was famous for his unmatched performance of historical personalities as Thurgood Marshall, James Brown, and Jackie Robinson. Some of the real characters he played were Holloway in Da 5 Bloods (by Spike Lee) and Normal Earl ‘Stormin’ Norm.

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One of the biggest projects of his life was  T’Challa/Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The character of Black Panther was first introduced in Captain America: Civil War (2016), which was directed by Russo Brothers.

The Black Panther character stole the heart of million fans worldwide and it was specifically significant for the Black community as well. He got to play as a solo hero in Black Panther (2018). He also appeared in

Chadwick Boseman played one of the iconic scenes in Avengers: Endgame because he was the first character to appear during the portals scene. As Russo Brothers also directed Avengers: Infinity War so in total they have worked with Boseman three times in the past five years.

Many stars around the world are paying their tributes to the Black Panther star, Russo Brothers also spoke about the loss and told that the loss is very “hard to process.”

Russo Brothers posted their feelings on the passing of the actor, saying that Chadwick Boseman was a very emotional, thoughtful, and elegant person. He had a high level of integrity and dignity which is difficult to find. He had so much to give but his time ended. He always wanted to inspire people to stand for their selves and be a king. He was determined to use his talent to impact the lives of his fans. They further added that he wanted to be a light in the darkness, he was kind and was always spreading love.

Many other co-stars and co-workers also remember Chadwick Boseman in good words. Kevin Feige (Marvel Studio Head) called Boseman a dear friend and their very own Black Panther.

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The actor impacted an entire generation with his work. And from the words coming for his kindness and nobleness, it seems that he didn’t impress people on-screen in fact he has affected people’s lives in many ways and the people who know him will never forget him.

Chadwick Boseman’s life was tragically cut short due to the illness but as he wanted, he has left a positive impact on all of his fans worldwide and he will remain alive in the characters he put life and the movies he worked.