Jul 30, 2022
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In 2019, he and NBA superstar "Peter Pan" Kobe Bryant met at the Oscars, and the two were still happily talking and hugging tightly. On the day of Kobe Bryant's death, he also specially posted a photo of the two of them: "I pass on love to you and your family." It's just that these two African-American heroes passed away one after another in 2020. In addition, Chadwick Bousman, who has publicly supported the black civil rights movement many times, died on the important civil rights anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic speech "I Have a Dream". On the same day, the 30 major league teams telemarketing list also held a commemorative event for Jackie Robinson Day, expressing their anger and dissatisfaction with the shooting of Jacob Blake, an African-American man in Wisconsin, by the American police. MLB legend Jackie Robinson pays tribute. We all know what it feels like to be young, talented black performers: you're always told there's no room for you in the movie world, you can't be the lead, there's no stage to shine... Such young, talented black people, we always think that we can only be green leaves instead of red flowers, and we are always accustomed to holding on under the stage instead of reaching the top to shine." In 2019, Chadwick Bousman in American Actors Speech at the award ceremony of the Guild Awards. "But that's what we're going to do together, push it every day... We all know that we can contribute and contribute more to the world. Like this movie (Black Panther), in this drama we finally Being able to play a complete and independent human being, in this film we can finally create a model world and tell the world what our dreams should look like.” The shooting plan of "Black Panther 2" originally scheduled to be released in May 2022 also faced major difficulties and blows due to the death of the most important actor.