Chadwick Boseman’s untimely death continues to be mourned by the entire globe, which in part includes the work that remained to be done during his employment for Marvel films like the Black Panther series. In recognition of Boseman’s brief but notable career, a number of renowned awards have posthumously nominated him for high praise from numerous influential voting bodies. Chadwick Boseman earned a Creative Arts Emmy, as recently flaunted by his family, two years after leaving this planet.
The news that the actor had won Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance at this year’s Creative Arts Emmys was shared via Boseman’s official legacy Instagram account. Given that Chadwick Boseman had recorded T’Challa’s lines for the first season’s plot before passing away in August 2020, the award recognized his contribution on the Disney+ series What If…? The actual award and the news envelope are shown in the pictures below:
The character was first seen in the Season 1 episode “What If…T’Challa Became Star Lord?,” and it has been noted that this version of the character is more jovial and loose-lipped than the one we first met in Ryan Coogler’s 2018 MCU film. This iteration of Chadwick Boseman’s character, who joined the Guardians of the Galaxy squad as its stand-in captain in the Multiverse, was hailed as a wonderful benchmark for how Chadwick Boseman’s character might have evolved in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.