If you missed Chadwick Boseman in 42 as Jackie Robinson, his spot-on portrayal of James Brown in Get On Up, or his take of Thurgood Marshall in Marshall – don’t miss your chance to see him as T’Challa in Black Panther.

Because no matter who he is depicting, he kills it. (The next Denzel, perhaps?)

Boseman called into The Tom Joyner Morning Show to discuss his latest role and the message he wants children to walk away with after watching the film. He explained, “I want them to feel a sense of pride… I never had this when I was a kid. I never had this experience where a black superhero was the focal point.”

Check out the full interview below!

 

 

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7 thoughts on “‘Black Panther’: Another Example of Chadwick Boseman’s Greatness

  1. Passing Through!! on said:

    Because no matter who he is depicting, he kills it. (The next Denzel, perhaps?)
    +++++
    Sorry, until he marries a black woman of color he will never be compared to or put in a category with Denzel. For years black women have been the driving force behind Denzel’s success in movies primarily because he married a black woman and in his early years he refused to do a love scene with a white woman because he felt that was disrespect to his black woman audience. But Denzel is old school he’s from the era where black men had sense of loyalty to their women. But today these self-loathing hollywood negros see selling out as a rite of passage they don’t feel like they’ve made it until they can afford to buy a white woman to put on their arm.

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