‘Black Panther’ Needed African Accent – Boseman

‘Black Panther’ Needed African Accent – Boseman

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Added by January 31, 2018

“Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman on Tuesday said he is proud of sticking to using an African accent while portraying the superhero.

He said many tried to convince him to not employ the east African inflection as they questioned the ability of an audience to enjoy such a movie.

The 41-year-old said: “There was a time period where people would ask me questions about whether or not an audience could sit through a movie with a lead character that spoke with that accent.“Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman on Tuesday said he is proud of sticking to using an African accent while portraying the superhero.

He said many tried to convince him to not employ the east African inflection as they questioned the ability of an audience to enjoy such a movie.

The 41-year-old said: “There was a time period where people would ask me questions about whether or not an audience could sit through a movie with a lead character that spoke with that accent.
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“I became adamant about the fact that it’s not true,” he added

“The intonations and melodies inside an African accent are just as classical as a British one or a European one.”

Boseman was speaking at a Beverly Hills news conference after Monday’s successful premiere of the movie.

The movie is the actor’s and first black superhero standalone movie. It came to him after a decade of featuring in indie films and obscure television.

2014 was his breakthrough year when he was cast in the role of T’Challa, the black panther and king of Wakanda for a lucrative five-picture deal.

He first appeared in “Captain America: Civil War” (2016).

“Black Panther” opens on February 16.

“I became adamant about the fact that it’s not true,” he added

“The intonations and melodies inside an African accent are just as classical as a British one or a European one.”

Boseman was speaking at a Beverly Hills news conference after Monday’s successful premiere of the movie.

The movie is the actor’s and first black superhero standalone movie. It came to him after a decade of featuring in indie films and obscure television.

2014 was his breakthrough year when he was cast in the role of T’Challa, the black panther and king of Wakanda for a lucrative five-picture deal.

He first appeared in “Captain America: Civil War” (2016).

“Black Panther” opens on February 16.

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