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Black Panther 2 Won’t Use CGI To Recreate Chadwick Boseman!


Marvel has confirmed that it’ll not be employing a digital double for the late Chadwick Boseman in Black Panther 2.

In an interview with Argentinian outlet Clarin, Marvel Studios’ EVP Victoria Alonso was asked if a digital version would be used for Boseman within the sequel. “No. There’s just one Chadwick, and he is not with us,” Alonso said.

“Our king, unfortunately, has died in the real world, not just in fiction. And that we are taking a touch time to ascertain how we return to history and what we do to honor this chapter of what went on to us that was so unexpected, painful, and terrible.

“Alonso went on to talk about what Boseman, who tragically gave up the ghost in August after battling carcinoma, delivered to the role and the way importance his performance was.

“Because Chadwick wasn’t only a wonder of a person’s being a day for the five years that we spent together, but it also seems to me that as a personality what he did elevated us as a corporation, and has left his moment in history,” she added.

More About Black Panther

It is one of the fans most favorite best and the best film in MCU when it comes to storytelling. The biggest strength of this movie is the characters and their motivations.

The story’s outline looks like a throne fight between two brothers, but inside it is more than you think.

Chadwick stars as the titular character and fits that role perfectly. As a king, he chooses what is best for his people and the world, but he is the same king as previous kings in Wakanda.

Everything changes when the killmonger arrives. Both Hero and villain journeys are more than impressive. The film respects African people and their culture and history.

It is one of the MCU movies with lots of female characters and justifies them. Moreover, Black Panther is a triumph of universal appeal and demographic specificity.

Black Panther is a subtle stand-alone action drama that deals with a modern civilization’s consequences made possible by widespread colonization.

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