‘We had planned this for some time’


on Tuesday Tamron Hall, Samuel L. Jackson, recalled his Marvel co-star Chadwick Boseman, who died in August after a long battle with colon cancer.

At the time of Bosman’s death, Jackson shared a message of thanks on Twitter, saying he would be “badly missed.”

On Tuesday, he told host Tamron Hall that the last time he saw Bosman was in 2019. Captain marvel Premiere. They even had plans to work together.

“We started talking about another project that I hoped we were going to work on,” Jackson said. “And he was like, ‘I’m sorry, I’m, I’m not going there, but I wish we were going to work together … We had planned this for a while.”

Samuel L. Jackson recalls that he last saw Chadwick Boseman at the Los Angeles World Premiere of “Captain Marvel” on March 4, 2019. (Photo: Getty Images)

Jackson played the role of Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His character appeared Avengers: Infinity War And Avengers: Endgame, Which both featured Bosman’s Black Panther.

Jackson described how Bossman’s life resonated outside the films in which he starred.

“They printed society in this way,” Jackson said. “[He] Especially influenced the Kali culture and gave children a hero they could aspire to. ”

After Bosman’s death, social media filled with posts of children paying homage to superheroes.

“To lose him, I don’t even know that I would have been able to tell my child,” Jackson said. “I could wait until they were older so that they could process it better.”

Boseman was recently laid to rest in South Carolina near his hometown of Anderson.

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