It’s been more than two years since Academy Award nominee and Marvel favorite Chadwick Boseman passed away tragically, but his colleagues and friends from the House of Ideas have taken to social media to pay their respects in a poignant way. bosman Captain America: Civil War And the Avengers: Infinity War Co-star Sebastian Stan posted a video shared by the Chadwick Boseman Foundation with an inspiring tribute. As you noticed directStan’s letter begins by noting that today, November 29, not only Tender Tuesday, but also Chadwick Boseman’s birthday, he would have turned 46.
“I was thinking about Chadwick today and thinking about the legacy he left behind,” said Stan. “I was thinking what a beautiful leader and human being he was and how much he inspired the world, he inspired me. Not just by his strength, but by examples of love and compassion. I was thinking of a gift Chad might have given me, and when I think of that, I think what comes to mind is awareness And I always remember the potential I have (a) to spread the love, to make someone smile, to return the favor, to help someone, to inspire in some way, to be honest, to be good in a really uncertain time.”
“So, in honor of his birthday and in honor of him, I’d like to ask you to join me in donating to the Chadwick Boseman Foundation. It’s a brand new foundation that supports black storytellers. You can go to any of our verified accounts, the Chadwick Boseman Foundation Instagram and Facebook accounts,” he added. , or you can go to chadwickbosemanfoundation.org And donate in Chadwick’s name remembering the message he left behind, and we can do our best to follow in his footsteps and lead by example too. So go out there and spread some love, please, donate, and be nice to each other this holiday season. Be safe, and lots of love.”
– Chadwick Boseman Art Foundation (bosemanfdn) November 29, 2022
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, now playing in theaters around the world, features a poignant homage to Boseman throughout the film but also in its opening moments. Instead of the traditional Marvel Studios logo that kicks off every MCU movie and TV show, the sequel features a unique, purple version of the logo with shots of Boseman as the Marvel hero, rather than the collage of clips from every MCU project to date.