CHADWICK BOSEMAN IS THE MAN OF MANY FACES
Chadwick Boseman is becoming the perfect Renaissance man. In the roles he’s taken on, he embodies the characters as his own, and does a good job of it! As the world prepares itself for Boseman’s new films, Marshall (2017) and Black Panther (2018), let’s a take a look at the roles that helped made his name a common household pronoun.
Boseman as ‘Thoth’ in the film Gods of Egypt
As Jackie Robinson in 42 (2013), the first African-American to play in Major League Baseball.
Get on Up (2014), Boseman played the iconic James Brown. EGOT winner Viola Davis also starred as James Brown’s mother.
Premiering on October 13, 2017, Boseman will be the playing the first African-American Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in the film Marshall.
Marvel introduced ‘Black Panther’, also known as ‘T’Challa’, in films in the Captain America: Civil War, the character is set to have its solo movie in February 2017 starring Boseman – fans went crazy over it and they dubbed the film ‘BlackPantherSoLit’. Check out the trend on Twitter. Boseman will reprise ‘T’challa’ in Avengers: Infinity War set to release in May 2018.
Creator Stan Lee gave his congratulatory respects to Boseman on Twitter for bringing his character to life so well.