Sunday, August 30, 2020


Unbelievable. Actor Chadwick Boseman, who played the protagonist T'Challa in "Black Panther," died this past Friday of complications from colon cancer. Boseman starred in 2017's "Marshall," about the life of Thurgood Marshall, as well as in 2013's "42" in the role of Jackie Robinson, alongside Harrison Ford. Boseman was only 43 years old, and he didn't talk publicly about his cancer, which is why those of us wondering what was taking so long with the "Black Panther" sequel had been in the dark all this time. Now we know why.

RIP, Mr. Boseman. You deserved better than to be so ill-served by Mother Nature.

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