Black Panther Actor Chadwick Honoured with Posthumous Emmy Awards Nomination

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        Late celebrated actor Chadwick Boseman famed for his role in the blockbuster movie Black Panther has received an Emmy Awards nomination posthumously.


        The actor’s first-ever nomination for the acclaimed awards comes in the outstanding voice-over performance category. Boseman played T’challa a fictional character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) media franchise based on the Marvel Comics character commonly known as Black Panther According to the New York Post, the late actor was nominated alongside other deceased thespians, including Norm Macdonald and Jessica Walter.

        The Black Panther is one of Marvel comics most popular characters and has been in the comic books for over 50 years.

        The late Chadwick Boseman left a void in many hearts when the news of his passing broke, especially among Black Panther fans. Although audiences are sore about Boseman’s death, they feel Marvel should consider restoring the role with another actor – and his brother agrees. Derrick Boseman believes that his deceased brother’s character as the king of Wakanda should be reprised for the sake of its positive influence. Chadwick’s sibling presented that his brother knew the Black Panther was beyond him alone.


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