The leading architects of the “Infinity Saga” paid tribute to the late actor.
While the media is already full of articles about what will happen to the second part of “Black Panther,” filmmakers from the Marvel Comics universe, who worked closely with Chadwick Bozeman, are simply trying to survive the grief of the actor’s death. The Director of “Black Panther” and the supposed sequel, Ryan Coogler, has not yet publicly spoken about the death of the 43-year-old star, but now Joe and Anthony Russo have taken the floor, where Bozeman starred in “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame.”
“This is a difficult process. Chadwick was an incredibly elegant and thoughtful man who exuded a sense of self-worth and integrity in a way few people do. He was a huge talent that inspired a whole generation. He understood something unique and noble about life. He was destined to use his talents to make a great impact. He could give so much…” the Russo brothers said in an interview with Deadline.
Chadwick Boseman died on August 28 due to colon cancer. The diagnosis was made in 2016, but the actor chose not to disclose this information, continuing to act in films. In addition to “Black Panther” and other Marvel films, he has such films as “Marshall,” “42,” “Da 5 Bloods,” and others to his credit.