Mick Jagger Reflects On Working With The Late Star Chadwick Boseman

The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger recently spoke about the late Black Panther star and his friend Chadwick Boseman who sadly passed away in 2020. He mainly reflected on the star’s potential and was saddened that he died early.

Chadwick Boseman’s death shocked the world in 2020 as it was sudden for the public. However, the successful actor had been suffering from cancer since 2016 without sharing it with anyone else. ‘Black Panther’ was released in 2018, two years before his death, and the actor reached a massive amount of success by portraying a Marvel hero.

Aside from the movie characters he portrayed, his personality was also regarded highly by his fans, family, and friends. Because he passed away at the age of 43, he still could have enjoyed a successful career for a longer time. The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger recently spoke about this devastating aspect of the late actor’s ending.

The rockstar stated that his death was early and tragic and talked about how amazing he was as an actor. According to the singer, Boseman was an excellent actor in addition to being a kind and intelligent guy. Jagger stated that it was devastating to think he would have made it bigger as an actor if he hadn’t passed away.

As reported by Music News, Jagger said:

“It was really, really tragic, his early death. Because he was, you know, he was just such an amazing actor and an amazing guy; such a kind-hearted, brilliant guy. He was a great actor, such a shame that he died so young. I mean, he could have gone on to make, you know, such a huge career. It’s just very, very sad.”

Mick Jagger and Chadwick Boseman worked together for the James Brown biopic ‘Get on Up.’ Jagger produced the film, and Chadwick acted as James Brown. The musical movie was released in 2014 and grossed $33 million worldwide.