Chadwick Boseman of the Black Panthers has just won a posthumous prize

Chadwick Boseman of the Black Panthers has just won a posthumous prize ...

Chadwick Boseman's passing is a factor that is partly responsible for the work that remained ahead in his tenure for Marvel films such as the Black Panther franchise. Boseman's brief but distinguished career has seen him be nominated for numerous awards posthumously by various major voting bodies, including his family.

Chadwick Boseman won Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance in this years Creative Arts Emmys for his work on the Disney+ series What If? The award was presented alongside the envelope that read the announcement:

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The What If? variation of Chadwick Bosemans character was praised as a great example of how his character might have changed in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Chadwick Boseman's vocal versatility is a bittersweet reminder, even in the context of one character. Work like that saw him earn a nomination for Best Actor at the 2021 Academy Awards, for his role in Netflix's film adaptation of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is still playing its cards close to the chest, but the motive for and the successor to the Black Panther mantle remain a mystery when the Marvel Cinematic Universe returns this fall.

Moments like this give us a reminder that we will never forget the late actors who played Chadwick Boseman in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We have performances like the What If? version of the character to look back on if we want to relive his entertainment legacy.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released in cinemas on November 11, as part of the remaining films from this year's calendar of wonder. Fans who want to see Black Panther, What If?, or the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe can catch almost all of them as a Disney+ subscriber.