Following the renaming of its College Of Fine Arts center after late 'Black Panther' actor Chadwick Boseman, Howard University went further in honoring the school's late alumnus by establishing a multimillion-dollar scholarship in his name with help from streaming giant Netflix.
Boseman's final appearance as King T'Challa AKA The Black Panther took place in Disney Plus' new What If...? series, and fans are celebrating the moment on social media.
As one final treat for the countless still-grieving fans of Chadwick Boseman, Marvel Studios is set to officially bring us his final voice acting role with the upcoming Disney+ animated series "What If…"
An employee killed himself and nine others at a railyard in San Jose, California today. The mass shooting happened at Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) where the shooter worked and his wife claims that he talked about killing his coworkers over a decade ago.
While many wondered viewers choked up when Chadwick Boseman's likeness appeared during the customary "In Memoriam" segment, many were upset that King T'Challa didn't win the "Best Actor" award that night.
Winning big were Viola Davis, Daniel Kaluuya, and the late Chadwick Boseman among many this past Sunday (April 4).
With production on Black Panther 2 set to begin this June, Ryan says that moving forward with things is "the hardest thing i've had to do in my professional life."
Black History Month is off to a great start. Several award nominations were announced for 2021, and Chadwick Boseman made history. He is the first actor to be nominated for four film nominations for the SAG Awards in one year.
In the Marvel Comics Universe, Wakanda is much more than a location for the Black Panther storyline, it's an entire movement. So much so that director Ryan Coogler will be bringing a series based on the fictional African nation with all the vibranium to Disney+.