While the whole world mourned the untimely death of actor Chadwick Boseman, it seems like friend and director Ryan Coogler recently opened up about making the sequel without its lead star and how difficult it is for him to pan the whole thing without the late actor.
Black Panther Director Ryan Coogler Talks About Making The Sequel Without Late Actor Chadwick Boseman
Director Ryan Coogler, who is the genius behind the Marvel hit movie Black Panther recently remembers his friend and lead star Chadwick Boseman and how difficult it is to make the sequel with him. While the acting fraternity lost a bright star, the director recently confessed in a podcast that how painstaking it is to make the whole sequel without Boseman who was the glue who held it together.
The director went on to say that this whole thing hurts and stings but is also incredibly motivating as well, explaining that while it is incredibly sad to lose him he is also incredibly motivated that he got to spend time with him. Chadwick Boseman was an inspiration and now they all are just picking up the pouches after the irreplaceable loss.
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Ryan Coogler Says That It Is Both Hurting But Is Incredibly Motivating That He Got To Spend Time With Someone Like Chadwick Boseman
The late actor’s last performance was in Netflix’s jazz periodic drama Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom for which Boseman posthumously received both the Golden Globe and Critics Choice Awards. Everyone was emotional while remembering the actor.
It was received by his wife who gave an inspiring and emotional speech remembering the man and his works that he left behind for all of us to cherish. Ryan Coogler penned down a special tribute for the late actor calling him a special person.
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