Chadwick Boseman’s talent celebrated again
The Television Academy presented the late actor with an Emmy award as one last tribute to his talent.
For his exceptional performance as T’Challa in the Disney+ and Marvel Studios animated series “What If…?” Boseman was given a posthumous award.
In “Captain America: Civil War,” “Black Panther,” and “Avengers: End Game,” the actor gave magnificent performances as T’Challa, leaving an imprint on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, one of his final jobs was to voice Star-Lord T’Challa in the animated series.
Chadwick Boseman’s outstanding performance in ‘What If…?’ got him the award
Nearly a year after his passing, the show began airing on Disney+. Marvel’s first animated series, “What If…?” was created by head writer A. C. Bradley and was helmed by Bryan Andrews. It debuted on the Disney+ streaming service in August 2021. The anthology show investigates alternative universe histories to explain what would happen if key events from the MCU movies had taken place in a different way.
Chadwick Boseman, who passed away from colon cancer at the age of 43 in August 2020, leaves behind a legacy that is still widely recognized in popular culture and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, particularly in light of the impending release of the “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” sequel in November.
The original movie received three Oscar nominations and became the first superhero movie to be nominated for best picture.
Jessica Walter, a deceased actress, received a nomination for best voice-over performance for her work in the animated FXX series “Archer.”
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