The Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman, was remembered by friend and family members on his 44th birthday.
The actor left for the heavenly abode in August 2020 at his Los Angeles home, with his family and wife by his side, after a four year battle with colon cancer.
Kevin Boseman, Chadwick’s brother, posted a photo of white flowers dedicated to his brother without mentioning his name, writing, “Today is a good day to give someone their flowers.”
Marvel Studio paid tribute to T’Challa with a new opening credit scene for the super hit superhero film, which is currently streaming on Disney+.
“Long live the King. #Wakanda Forver,” the official Marvel account tweeted.
Chadwick’s co-star Lupota Nyong’o tweeted a picture of the two with caption, “Deeply loved, sorely missed”.
“Continue watching over us King. Happy Birthday. Miss you,” wrote Michael B. Jordan who played the antagonist in the movie Black Panther. He also posted a black and white picture of himself and Chadwick