American actor Chadwick Boseman, who played the leading role in the movie “Black Panther”, one of the movies of the Marvel series, reportedly died at the age of 41 of colon cancer.
It was stated that Boseman, who was remembered for his role as King T’Challa in the blockbuster movie in 2018, when he entered the movie theaters, was first diagnosed with cancer in 2016 and had been treated for 4 years.
According to the news of AA; “We are very painful to report Boseman’s death. It was an honor of his life to portray King T’Challa in the movie Black Panther,” said a written statement on Boseman’s death on his social media account. statements were included.
— Chadwick Boseman (@chadwickboseman) August 29, 2020
On the other hand, producer Nicki Fioravante, who made a statement to the US press regarding the death of Boseman, stated that Boseman’s illness, who lives in Los Angeles, has reached the 4th level for a while and that he spent his last moments with his family.
3 AWARDS IN OSCAR
The movie “Black Panther”, which entered the Marvel Cinema Universe, brought the story of the Black Panther, who returned to his home in Africa to take the throne after the death of his father, and take his real place as king.
According to the story written by Joe Robert Cole and Ryan Coogler, faced with betrayal and danger, the young king must unite his allies and unleash the full power of Black Panther to defeat his enemies and ensure the safety of his people.
The film Black Panther was ranked first in the Oscars in 2019 in the categories of “Best Original Music”, “Best Costume Design” and “Best Production Design” and became one of the most award-winning productions of the ceremony.