The death of Chadwick Boseman shocked the world on August 28, 2020, the actor earned a special place in every Marvel Comic Universe fan after starring as King T’Challa in the film The Black Panther in 2018. He was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2016, but his condition remains personally, and then succumb to the disease. While in Hollywood, Boseman starred in several critically acclaimed films. On the anniversary of Chadwick Bozeman’s death, here are five of his films that every fan should see.
1. Black Panther
Chadwick Boseman rose to international prominence for his role as T’Challa. Marvel’s first Studios film was “Black Panther” that had a black executive as well as an especially black cast. Numerous reviewers contemplated the film to be one of the nicest in the MCU. And also known for its artistic implication. Black Panther is been regarded as the best film of 2018, as the Organizations such as the National Board Of Review and the American Film Institute named Black Panther had declared openly. Numerous awards are being received by this film. One of which is seven nominations at the 91st Academy Awards, including the first for the decent superhero film.
2. 21 Bridges
An action thriller film “21 Bridges” starring Chadwick Boseman as an NYPD investigator who finalizes 21 river intersections in Manhattan to find out two suspected police murderer. The film also stars Stephen James, Taylor Kitsch, Sienna Miller, Keith David, and J. K. Simmons in supporting roles. By brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, the film was produced.
3. Da 5 Bloods
A war drama Da 5 Bloods pursues a group of four grown-up Vietnam War veterans who reimburse to the country in an examination of the remains of their plummeted army leader and the gems they concealed there. Boseman plays the role of squad leader. The film received numerous awards.
4. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom was drawn by Chadwick Boseman in his final film role and was released posthumously. Boseman’s performance earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Actor and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – a drama for cinema. The film is directed by George C Wolfe and written by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, based on August Wilson’s play of the same name in 1982. The role of Levee, is being played by Boseman, who is an ambitious and optimistic trumpeter in a team, directed by blues legend Ma Rainey (Viola Davis).
5. Captain America: Civil War
The film marks Chadwick Boseman’s MCU debut as the superhero, Black Panther. In the film, Boseman’s T’Challa, uses the cloak of his cat’s alter ego to pursue the culprits who killed his father, the King of Wakanda. In 2016, it became the highest-grossing film. And the twelfth highest-grossing film of all time.