Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman cried his eyes out on the set of his last film.
The actor, who lost his battle with cancer in August, filmed Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, about a group of Black jazz musicians, in the summer of 2019, and co-star Colman Domingo has shared an incredibly emotional moment with the actor during one scene.
“No one knew (he was ill),” Colman told U.S. chat show host Kelly Clarkson. “And I’ll tell you this now that my friend Chad has passed, I think I realise in perspective why he played so many superheroes and iconic men in our culture. It’s because that man was truly a shaman, he was very much a king.
“There was one moment we had. We were shooting a scene that is about God’s will, and it’s these two characters, mine and his, wrestling with, ‘What is God’s will and why do bad things happens to good people?’ And at some point, he (Chadwick) couldn’t get through the scene because it was bringing up…