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Why Did Chadwick Boseman Never Revealed About His Cancer?

Chadwick Boseman. This year, we lost a very talented actor named Chadwick Boseman. He died on August 28, 2024, in the presence of his family. He played the role of T’Challa in the MCU’s most successful movie, Black Panther. His fans were also shocked that he left us too soon. He died of cancer at age 43. He gave us a lot of gems like Marshall, Get Up, 21 Bridge, etc. It was recently revealed that the star did not reveal her cancer to both Marvel and Disney.

Chadwick Bosman: He Died Because Of Cancer

A few days ago we received the very sad news that the actor passed away after fighting colon cancer for four years. He died in Los Angeles, in the presence of his wife and other family members. Bosman hadn’t talked about it before, he was going through a very difficult time and was still doing his job.

Black Panther' Star Chadwick Boseman Dies of Cancer at 43

Boseman’s manager shared the sad news of the star’s disappearance through a post on Twitter that was very emotional.

Why Chadwick Boseman Never Told About His Fight With Cancer To Marvel And Disney?

Chadwick Boseman did Marvel projects and was still battling cancer at the time. Additionally, he did not speak to Marvel and Disney about his cancer diagnosis. The star didn’t even mention it to her co-stars as she thought she would fight cancer and then start filming for Black Panther 2.

Additionally, work on Black Panther 2 had already begun, and director Ryan Coogler began work on the script as well. Now fans are urging Marvel to cancel the sequel because they don’t want the Black Panther character again. Without Bosman, no one can imagine the sequel. We will remember this legend.

Marvel Cinematic Universe Paid Tribute To Chadwick Boseman

After Chadwick Boseman’s death, Marvel Studios shared a great piece of art as a tribute to the Black Panther star. It has been created by Marvel Studios head of visual development Ryan Meinerding.

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