Netflix has canceled a preview screening of Chadwick Boseman's final film Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.
The streaming giant Netflix recently canceled a virtual preview event of Chadwick Boseman's last movie, which featured movie stars like Viola Davis and director George C Wolfe which was set to premiere this Monday.
Though Chadwick was not planned to appear in the event, now the program was canceled for his tragic demise last week. His death was unprecedented and shocking to his fans and people from the industry like The Rock, Chris Evans, Ryan Renolds, and more expressed their gratitude toward the late actor. '
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The Black Panther star died at 43 from a long time battle with Colon cancer which the actor has been keeping confidential with the fans. And over time, the actor was working in the movie Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.
Not much storyline of the movie is revealed however, there are reports that the movie shares fiery and dramatic events based on the play by August Wilson with some recording sessions in 1920s Chicago by blues singer Ma Rainey (Davis).
Coming to the movie casts, the film stars some of the talented faces like Glynn Turman, Michael Potts, and Colman Domingo. The movie is produced by Oscar winner and Chadwick's mentor and close mate Denzel Washington who shared a touchy post for his friend.
So you guys might be wondering what Netflix shares about the postpone, well, according to Variety, "there was no immediate word from Netflix about whether Boseman's death would impact its plans for the release".