‘L.A. Confidential 2’ Would Have Starred Chadwick

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‘L.A. Confidential 2’ Would Have Starred Chadwick

When Chadwick Boseman passed away in August last year, everyone was well aware that the world had robbed a great actor, possibly one of the best times ever. Looks like we could already see more black Panther Star If Russell Crowe Noir Thriller Has a Planned Sequel la confidential had gone ahead. a report by the ringer has revealed that Boseman was set to appear in the film, which would have seen her working again with Brian Helgeland, the director of the original film on which Boseman had worked. 42 Back in 2013.

The film was pitched to Warner Bros., with Helgeland in agreement. Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce to reprise their roles. With the combination of Boseman, Crowe and Pearce leading the cast, it is difficult to understand why the studio declined to make progress with the follow-up film, especially when also taking into account that the sequel’s story was written by James Ellroy. was co-written by, the novelist of la confidential, who created a new story set in the 1970s.

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la confidential It claimed seven nominations and two wins at the 70th Academy Awards, with Kim Basinger winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay by Helgeland and Curtis Hanson. While it was named the top film of 1997 time journalThe film lost the Best Picture Oscar titanic. Based on the standard of the original and the same team coming together to work on the sequel, it seems unbelievable again that Warner Bros. didn’t think this would be a pitch worth pursuing.

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while Chadwick Boseman are now widely known for marvel cinematic universe In the role of King T’Challa of Wakanda black Panther, a role he played four times, wouldn’t have been out of place in 2019, a neo-noir thriller starring Detective Andre Davies 22 Bridge. His characterization skills were on full display when he played James Brown get started, and Thurgood Marshall Inn marshal. His most recent role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom That was enough to earn him a posthumous Oscar nomination, which he was controversially beaten by Anthony Hopkins, and his voice would be used once more in Marvel’s upcoming film what if…? series on Disney+ this August.

think that a la confidential The sequel was so close, and imagining Boseman in the mix, is definitely one of those “one that got away” moments and Warner Bros. will certainly have been kicking themselves ever since. It’s unlikely we’ll ever know the real reason for our reluctance to green light the project, and so it’s a blessing that we’re left with several other performances by Chadwick Boseman, which will certainly mean that His legacy will not be forgotten. anytime soon. It’s a shame in this case, Marvel fans or not, we’ve all been asking, What if? this news comes collider.

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