Wakanda’s King in Black Panther, the great actor, Chadwick Boseman passed away on 28 August from colon cancer.
Following his death, Boseman’s family revealed his bravery as he filmed multiple movies while battling through chemotherapy and countless surgeries.
He had starred in 10 different movies from his diagnosis in 2016 up until his death.
In 2016 when he was diagnosed, he starred as Thoth in Gods of Egypt, followed by appearing as T’Challa/Black Panther in Marvel Comic’s Captain America: Civil War. His final movie for the year was Message from the King, playing Jacob King – the lead character.
In 2017, he featured in only one movie Marshall as Thurgood Marshall.
In 2018, he reprised his Marvel role as T’Challa/Black Panther in the global phenomenon that brought him success, Black Panther. He also starred as same character in Avengers: Infinity War.
2017 saw his star in another Avengers sequel Endgame, rounding the year up with 21 Bridges starring as Andre Davis.
In his final year on earth, Da 5 Bloods was released where he takes the role as Norman Earl “Stormin’ Norm” Holloway. The last movie, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, a Netflix production in which he starred as Levee alongside How to Get Away with murder actress Viola Davis is yet to be released.