The final performance of late American actor Chadwick Boseman in Marvel Studios' new series, What If, will be getting released this month.
While talking about the Black Panther star’s role in the animated series, director Bryan Andrews said Boseman was ‘excited’ about playing this version.
"He was excited to play this version of T'Challa because it was different, because it was a version of him being able to play the king, but the king without the mantle," said Andrews during a virtual press conference for the series on Sunday.
"He could lighten it up, get a little more joke-y with it. He was excited to bring that flavor to T'Challa and give it to the audience so we could see a slightly different version of T'Challa," added the director.
Boseman passed away last year at the age of 43 after a private battle with cancer.
They will attend the World Premiere of “No Time to Die” at the Royal Albert Hall on September 28
Blake Shelton speaks about how Ariana Grande's album Dangerous Woman "crushed his dreams"
Taylor Swift intends on updating her ' Wildest dreams' version
Khloe Kardashian shares that she and daughter True Thompson enjoy multiple activities throughout the day
Shawn Mendes was caught lying about Taylor Swift's boyfriend Joe Alwyn
Elliot Page's profile appeared on a dating site Raya, which other celebrities like Ben Affleck have used