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Sebastian Stan Recalls Being ‘Terrified’ While Performing Captain America: Civil War Fight Scenes With Chadwick Boseman

CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. Having been a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a decade, Sebastian Stan has done just about everything when it comes to fight sequences. The actor has had to learn fight choreography for a number of big moments, such as Bucky Barnes and Black Panther’s tussles in Captain America: Civil War. The scenes are filled with tension and add plenty of drama to the emotionally heavy film. While Stan had already performed a number of fights by that point, it turns out he was actually “terrified” when it came to performing those scenes with late friend and co-star Chadwick Boseman.
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Sebastian Stan Says He Hoped To Work With Chadwick Boseman Again On Black Panther

Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) was one of the first characters to appear on-screen alongside Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther. The two first appeared together in Captain America: Civil War, and went on to star together in Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. Though Black Panther wasn't involved, members of the Dora Milaje even popped up in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Due to Barnes' relationship with the fictional country of Wakanda, Stan tells Vanity Fair he was hoping to appear in future Black Panther properties right alongside Boseman.
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Sebastian Stan “Always Hoped” to Work with Chadwick Boseman Again in a Black Panther Project

Sebastian Stan is the first to admit his limited knowledge of Marvel prior to joining its cinematic universe. “I never even knew anything about James ‘Bucky’ Barnes,” he told Vanity Fair’s Joanna Robinson on this week’s Little Gold Men. “I never knew anything about Captain America. I never read the comics.” Stan even purposefully avoided the source material when originally auditioning for the role of Steve Rogers. (Of course, Chris Evans was eventually cast.)
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‘The contender was Chadwick Boseman, so I went to bed’: Anthony Hopkins on why he missed his Oscar win

Anthony Hopkins made headlines in April after he failed to show up at the Oscars to collect the Best Actor prize for his performance in The Father.In the film, which also stars Olivia Colman, the 83-year-old plays a man suffering from dementia. He was nominated in the category alongside Riz Ahmed (Sound of Metal), Steven Yeun (Minari), Gary Oldman (Mank) and the late Chadwick Boseman (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom).Many viewers of the ceremony were left scratching their heads as to why Hopkins didn’t attend the awards night in person in Los Angeles, nor at one of the remote hubs...
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Howard University honors late actor Chadwick Boseman

Howard University is naming its reestablished College of Arts after one of its most notable alumni, the late actor Chadwick Boseman. The Washington Post first broke the news. In May, the university appointed veteran actress and alumna Phylicia Rashad as the dean of the fine arts college. Boseman, a Howard...
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Chadwick Boseman Masterclass Headed To Howard University

The late Chadwick Boseman wanted his alma mater, Howard University, to have his special touch. According to the university's president, a masterclass designed by the award-winning actor is on the way. According to TMZ, Boseman presented a masterclass idea to Howard before his untimely passing on Aug. 28, 2020. The...
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Howard University Reportedly Planning Chadwick Boseman-Inspired Masterclass

Howard University is reportedly planning to launch a masterclass inspired by the late Chadwick Boseman, who graduated from the school in 2000. Per TMZ, the school’s president Wayne Frederick said work has begun on plans to roll out a masterclass at the recently re-established and renamed Chadwick A. Boseman College of Fine Arts. Prior to his death in 2020, the acclaimed actor approached the school with an idea for a program that would help students grasp an understanding of the entertainment industry. He was ready to be hands-on with the project, and had even signed paperwork to confirm his involvement.
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Howard University renames College of Fine Arts after Chadwick Boseman

Howard University will name its newly reestablished College of Fine Arts in honor of actor and alumnus Chadwick Boseman, university officials said Wednesday. Before his death last year, Boseman had expressed his support for reestablishing the College of Fine Arts, Howard President Wayne A.I. Frederick said in a news release.