Late Marvel Studios actor and ‘Black Panther’ fame Chadwick Boseman has won an Emmy Award two years after his death. He got this award for his voice over performance. He was posthumously awarded a Creative Arts Emmy Award. He also starred in Marvel Studios’ web series ‘What If…?’ Starred in The main character ‘Challa’ was voiced in it. ‘What if…?’ asked Chadwick. His popular character Ke Challa Ban Gaya was featured in an episode of Star-Lord.
The character explores a timeline where Wakanda was kidnapped by Prince Revers and became a space pirate named Star Lord instead of becoming Black Panther. ‘What If’ is an animated series by Marvel Studios. Its first season premiered worldwide on Disney Plus between August and October 2021 and was a huge success.
Marvel Studios gave the information by tweeting. (Twitter screenshot)
In early 2023 the ‘What if…?’ Season 2 will arrive which fans are eagerly waiting for. Marvel Entertainment reacted to Chadwick’s win. A tweet from Marvel Studios’ official account read, “Thank you to the Television Academy for recognizing the incredible work of our King, the late Chadwick Boseman. Hashtag Amy.”
Chadwick Boseman beat them all
Marvel Studios has shared an animated image of Star Lord with this tweet. Chadwick beat out several top performers in the category, including ‘What If’ co-star Jeffrey Wright, ‘Archer’ Jessica Walter, ‘Moon Night’ F Murray Abrahams, ‘Bridgeton’ Julie Andrews, ‘ Big Mouths’ included. Maya Rudolph and Stanley Tucci of ‘Central Park’.
Died of colon cancer
Chadwick Boseman died in August 2020 after a battle with colon cancer. He had kept this disease hidden from people for a long time.
First Published: September 04, 2022, 14:22 IST