Chadwick Boseman: Actor wanted to film Black Panther 2 before death

Chadwick Boseman: Actor wanted to film Black Panther 2 before death

- Chadwick Boseman was determined to complete the filming of the Black Panther sequel despite his ailing health

- The US actor was optimistic that he would make a full recovery despite his condition taking a turn for the worst

- According to sources, no one involved with the Black Panther was aware of Boseman's battle with cancer

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Chadwick Boseman left the world shell shocked when he passed away from colon cancer recently. The Black Panther star had not disclosed his ailing health to the public.

Reports are now suggesting that the 43-year-old was determined to recover and complete the filming of the sequel to Black Panther.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a source close to the late actor said that despite his declining health, Boseman was convinced that he would recover and film the movie.

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Chadwick Boseman: Actor wanted to film Black Panther 2 before death

Chadwick Boseman kept his battle with colon cancer private. Image: @chadwickboseman/Instagram
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The publication reports that even one week before his death, the Wakandan prince was still feeling optimistic.

Filming of the award-winning movie was due to start in March 2021. According to reports from sources at Disney, there have been no talks about the way forward as they mourn his untimely death. It is further reported that no one involved with Black Panther was aware of his condition. It was Boseman’s wish to keep his cancer battle private.

Legit.ng talented young Nigerian boys known popularly as Ikorodu Bois have touched many hearts with their emotional tribute to late American actor, Chadwick Boseman who died after his long battle with colon cancer.

The young lads, just like many people all over the world were touched by the sudden death of Boseman and they resorted to eulogizing him in the only way they knew. The Ikorodu Bois paid a tribute to the actor by remaking scenes from the popular superhero movie called Black Panther. The boys with their friends acted the role of T’Challa, his father, Mbaku, to name a few of the characters. Their short video was well received by fans in Nigeria and overseas.

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The Ikorodu Bois became a household name on Nigerian social media space due to their creativity in remaking popular videos with materials readily available in their vicinity.

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