Chadwick Boseman Goes Shirtless For Latest Black Panther Photos

Shirtless Chadwich Boseman

Entertainment Weekly recently released the first pictures of the Black Panther movie and we get to see all of the actors on full display (especially Chadwick Boseman).

Chadwick Boseman will be playing the ever charming, and scene stealing, T’Challa. He played the roll before in the recent Captain America: Civil War film, and his take on the prince-turned-king helped him win the hearts of millions.

Because of that, it looks like Black Panther is set up to become a major blockbuster hit.

The film will come out early next year in 2018, and the story will focus on T’Challa heading home to the country of Wakanda where he will learn how to rule while also dealing with multiple threats to his country.

And while the film already being heavily backed by the Black community, Marvel fans, and some gay fans as well, it doesn’t hurt that the film also has a star cast.

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Some names that fill the roster include Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurrai, and Angela Bassett. In fact, this star studded black cast for Black Panther has already caused multiple memes and twitter trends to take over the internet.

But, we at GayPopBuzz know that there’s more room for gay fans to fill up seats too. After all, who else can throw a better party than black people and gay people?

And if you gay men need more incentive to go see the movie, Entertainment Weekly even released some photos of Chadwick Boseman shirtless.

Let’s just say, we can wait to see more.

Feel free to check out some of the photos down below and then let us know if you’re interested in checking out Black Panther when it eventually hits theatres.

And don’t forget to tell us why? (But let’s face it, at the end of the day its because of shirtless Boseman).

About Devin Jackson Randall

Geek by chance, queer artist by birth. Devin's a writer and artist who's always glad to share a fun, gay story. Aside from LGBTQ news stories, he often writes about the roles placed upon us by society, and how both affect the relationships around us