“It’s not something I even want to think about.”
The world is still in mourning for Chadwick Boseman, the actor and Black Panther star who passed away on August 28 of colon cancer.
In a recent interview with Porter to promote her role in the upcoming Death on the Nile film, Black Panther co-star Letitia Wright, who previously wrote a beautiful and heartbreaking tribute to Boseman, commented on the idea of continuing the Black Panther franchise. without Boseman.
Referring to Boseman as “my brother,” she said, “We’re still mourning Chad so it’s not something I don’t even want to think about.”
“The idea of doing it without him is a little strange,” he continued. “We’re just grieving right now, so we’re trying to find the light in the middle of this.” Wright’s comments serve as a reminder that Boseman’s tragic death was an incalculable loss to film and the world and in general, as well as a confirmation that, as an actor and public figure, he was truly irreplaceable.