The Marvel theatrical star passed away from cancer at 43.
Chadwick Boseman, best known for his roles as the superhero Black Panther from Marvel, baseball player Jackie Robinson in the biopic 42, singer James Brown in The Way Up, and Judge Terjud Marshall in Marshall, died of cancer, Reuters reports. …
Boseman was 43 years old.
The actor died at his home in Los Angeles, next to his wife and family. He fought the disease for four years, but the doctors could not cure him.
In total, the actor’s filmography included more than 30 roles. The last films with his participation will be released in 2021.
Earlier, the chairman, chief executive officer of Sony Pictures, Tony Vinchikerra, announced that Spider-Man would still leave the Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to him, the door is closed for the superhero at the moment.