Kevin Feige reveals new details about Chadwick Boseman’s final Black Panther Role on Disney+.
Kevin has been serving Marvel fans the best of the content offered by the studios. The banner is all set to release some projects on TV like WandaVision and Loki. MCU is expanding its realms with multiple projects, but the fans will miss Black Panther. We lost Chadwick Boseman to cancer a few months ago. Although, he’s not gone from Marvel!? The actor is slated to play a posthumous role in Marvel’s What If…?, and Feige has now revealed some surprising details on his position’s size.
Marvel recently released snippets of footage from What If…?, the official trailer showed the animated show’s untamed nature. There’s a lot that can change in MCU! With this series, the fans will be able to hear and see T’Challa. The story revolves around the king of Wakanda, becoming a space adventurer like Star-Lord.
During a recent interview with Emmy Magazine, Feige spilled some tea on What If. Feige was all praise for Chadwick Boseman. He also mentioned the actor’s visits to the studio and recorded multiple episodes for the show. That means fans can still hear the magic that is Boseman!
After such an abrupt demise, this is a perfect gift for the T’Challa fans. When discussing Boseman’s work on the upcoming show, even Kevin Feige admitted that “in hindsight, it’s very moving.” All in all, the episodes should serve as a great way to pay tribute to Boseman, who managed to leave a significant mark on the MCU.
No one can track for What If..?, no one can predict T’Challa and his story further. His presence, his powers, his tricks, his location, everything is unknown and unpredictable. He could be in his typical royal position, but he could be a robotic warrior created by Ultron in another timeline.
Marvel has found several ways to honor Chadwick Boseman since his untimely passing. This includes a special Marvel Studios intro that they released on his birthday and a tribute from Feige during Marvel Studios’ presentation at Disney’s Investor Day program. The studio is planning more content in the Black Panther legacy, but they refrain from casting anybody as a replacement for Chadwick.