We were left in deep sorrow and pain after the news of Chadwick Boseman’s demise broke out. The actor, director, playwriter, and teacher lost his battle to cancer on 28 August 2020.
Chadwick Boseman, best known for his role as the superhero Black Panther in the MCU, passed away last week after a four-year-long secret battle with colon cancer.
Many of Boseman’s collaborators such as director Ryan Coogler, co-stars Michael B Jordan, Angela Bassett, Robert Downey Jr, Sterling K Brown, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Holland, and Denzel Washington, have paid tributes to the late actor.
The movie “42” is directed by Brian Helgeland and was released in 2013 in the theatres. Chadwick Boseman played the role of the baseball player, Jackie Robinson. The film told the story of Robinson, the first baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers who overcame the race barrier and became the first African American in the Major Leagues in 1947.
According to Deadline, “42” will be re-released across 300 locations for just USD 5 per ticket.
Re-releasing 42 In USA!
AMC Theatres Chain has announced to pay tribute to the late actor by re-releasing his highly praised movie “42” in its cinema houses. AMC Theatres Chain has partnered with Warner Bros. and Legendary Studios to release the film In all the open AMC theatres. The AMC will be re-releasing “42” in the USA as a tribute to Chadwick Boseman.
Other theatre chains, such as Regal, Alamo Drafthouse, Cinemark, Marcus, and Harkins, also followed AMC’s lead by also announcing that “42” will be hitting their cinema halls this weekend.
During his career, Chadwick Boseman also played iconic black historical figures like the first African-American Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in “Marshall” (2017) and singer-songwriter James Brown in “Get on Up” (2014).
The Late Actor brought the iconic character of Black Panther/T’Challa to life in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans are hit hard by the news of his demise and cannot imagine anyone other than Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther.