Chadwick Boseman - Why Everyone Is a Hero in "Black Panther" - Extended Interview

  • Published on Mar 4, 2018
  • "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman talks about why the movie is resonating with audiences across the world and explains why so many different African accents are featured.
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  • Üdle Osman Muhadin
    Üdle Osman Muhadin 3 days ago

    May Be He is From Somalia

  • Vusi Zingelwayo
    Vusi Zingelwayo 7 days ago

    Boseman "T'chala" looks like Sbonelo Mhlongo from Uzalo,,,,South Africans will know what I'm talking about,

  • Simple wesley
    Simple wesley 17 days ago

    Enjoying the shows

  • Geraldo António Sibinde
    Geraldo António Sibinde 22 days ago +1

    You were right #trevornoah the movie made + 1billion dollars

  • Rosie N.
    Rosie N. 24 days ago

    Still one of the best interviews ever.. still a movie that changed lives forever!!!

  • Salihu Ibrahim
    Salihu Ibrahim 29 days ago

    Even if you pray to God, God expects you to do something

  • akshay chourasiya
    akshay chourasiya Month ago


  • Vanidia Ogega
    Vanidia Ogega Month ago


  • P C
    P C Month ago

    Chadwick is not an African. He's an American black guy.

  • luna paris
    luna paris Month ago

    It's so weird hearing him speak without a sort of accent.

  • Black Matters
    Black Matters 2 months ago


  • Fairy _
    Fairy _ 2 months ago

    This was a beautiful conversation and interaction

  • Blinks Stay fresh
    Blinks Stay fresh 2 months ago


  • wRen D'or!
    wRen D'or! 2 months ago

    Great interview!

  • Aa Bb
    Aa Bb 2 months ago

    All seriousness aside... did he say 'deuce ex machina' instead of deus?!? @4:36

  • kanchanaphon thongphubet

    I love him 💗💗💗

  • Mayia Savage msp
    Mayia Savage msp 3 months ago


  • Tiana Lady_Pickle Magee
    Tiana Lady_Pickle Magee 3 months ago +1

    Whenever I want to feel connected and feel an immense sense of pride, I go back to this interview. 🥰

  • LaTonya Cannon
    LaTonya Cannon 3 months ago

    I love how Trevor never made a comment that he was the voice of the computer in the movie!!!

  • Desiree Taylor
    Desiree Taylor 3 months ago +1

    When is #2 coming out??

  • Desiree Taylor
    Desiree Taylor 3 months ago +1

    Wakanda forever 😍😍😍

  • Hiper Davols
    Hiper Davols 3 months ago +1

    Wakanda Forever

  • Echo93Lobo
    Echo93Lobo 3 months ago

    I finally got around to watching Black Panther last week, I really enjoyed it but I do have problems with it.
    As a black man it is inspirational to find a movie based on but not only for black people.
    But the king's of Wakanda were not wise but infact immature and driven by Shakey traditions and emotions.
    The first action in the movie was the king infiltrating his lost loves mission abruptly so he could bring her to his coronation. Not only did he put those hostage women lives in Jeopardy he put his Love's while almost killing a child soldier.
    He showed conflicted emotions after learning his cousins history and his father's actions yet showed no form of acknowledgement when said cousin shows up and asks for his rite of challenge.
    He starts off whispering "I know who you are" in an intimidating way then pushes off any requests to inform the counsel of his cousins identity or his father's actions.
    Throughout the rest of the movie the actual dialogue held between the two was mostly held by the long lost cousin. The king even after confronting and reprimanding his father still never apologies once to his cousin.
    I have a few more problems with this movie but it's not so severe.
    The movie is great it just has blatant flaws.

  • reicirith
    reicirith 3 months ago

    I walked out of the movie wanting to greet every black person like that... And then I got worried about how it would be received coming from a non-black person.
    Congratulations on finally having a film that unites you.

    • reicirith
      reicirith 2 months ago

      @Cackle Gaming thanks man! Your story made my day. =)

    • Cackle Gaming
      Cackle Gaming 2 months ago +1

      Coming from a black person who lives in a primarily white area, let me tell you one of the best things that happened to me recently, was I was walking down the street heading for a gaming store, and on the way, these two white guys saw a Black Panther shirt on me, and without warning did the sign and said, "Wakanda Forever". It made my freakin day.
      So if anyone gives you crap, just remember there are plenty of us out there who would appreciate the fact that you enjoyed the movie enough to do that.

  • Amadou Barry
    Amadou Barry 3 months ago

    The Story in Agyptien

  • Black Is Boss
    Black Is Boss 3 months ago +1

    Anybody in 2019 thumbs 👆

  • Vincen
    Vincen 4 months ago

    How about those people who hate the movie only because most of the cast is black ? 🤣

  • Richy Garcia
    Richy Garcia 4 months ago

    B's black panther t'chaka was the villain. Lol. By the end of the movie I was trying to figure out who the bad guy was.

  • adeliaQyu
    adeliaQyu 4 months ago

    both of them are soo handsome

  • Deejay JeanP
    Deejay JeanP 5 months ago +2

    When black people are an technologically advanced nation, like the Wakandans, they give away their power and share it. When white people have it, like now, they put black people in ghettos, shoot em in the street, put them on chains, and take away their children. Don't @ me.

  • Derek Zhou
    Derek Zhou 5 months ago

    Cuz they’re black. Duh

  • Nitha Nair
    Nitha Nair 5 months ago

    He is soo humble..

  • Thanos
    Thanos 5 months ago

    I believe that what I do is just
    I turned black panther into a pile of dust

  • private private
    private private 5 months ago

    Dat was some dual eye candy up there and the honorable dialogs got my estrogen on TEN

  • oh F35
    oh F35 6 months ago +1

    I question the scene where T'challa was healed and they brought the white guy to M'baku's court and he tried to speak but got barked at.

  • Mr J
    Mr J 6 months ago

    Greatest interview EVER!

  • Anne petra
    Anne petra 6 months ago

    Trevor playing cool mean while he was on set with them too.

  • Shijit Nair
    Shijit Nair 6 months ago

    Even though Trevor cannot be Jon Stewart, his interviewing skills are something to look out for. i think chadwick will consider this to be his best Black Panther interview ever

  • Luyanda Nkomo
    Luyanda Nkomo 6 months ago

    I don't understand why they even considered a British accent, imagine an African story being told in a British accent, it kind of defeats the whole purpose of Wakanda being a never been colonized African country.

  • Ansel
    Ansel 6 months ago +2

    I am a black Latina and I felt absolutely represented by this movie. I cried halfway through it, because I felt great; I felt empowered; I felt like a Queen. Because never had I ever seen a major film with SO MANY PEOPLE who look like me being totally awesome and not just sidekicks. I, for the first time, felt like a movie told me “You, too can be this great”. And #RepresentationMatters

  • Kenneth Burton
    Kenneth Burton 6 months ago +2

    In revisiting this interview today, Saturday, April 27, 2019, I understand far more of what Chadwick is saying about everything he touched on than I did when I first saw this interview which was before the movie hit theaters. I'm in awe of how Trevor did NOT mention that he was a part of this movie. I admire everyone's part in keeping it all a secret from moviegoers so the totality of enjoyment and the opportunity to be thoroughly entertained was afforded us all without spoilers.

  • Anitha Flames
    Anitha Flames 6 months ago

    So he's in his 40's but why am i not surprised i mean just look at pharrell Williams he looks the same ever since i knew him.....just saying😁

  • AnarutoFan5000 Jmaster
    AnarutoFan5000 Jmaster 6 months ago


  • beautiful nature
    beautiful nature 6 months ago

    When handsome men meet

  • collin james
    collin james 6 months ago

    the positive energy flowing from this conversation is incredible. thank you trevor thank you chadwick thank you for being authentic and sharing yourselves with us.

  • Retaj Morjan
    Retaj Morjan 7 months ago


  • Kaycee Nwanne
    Kaycee Nwanne 7 months ago

    That final Handshake tho.

  • Meg Riorso
    Meg Riorso 7 months ago +1

    5:04 I been talk am since. Naija forever 🙅

  • 7 A
    7 A 7 months ago

    Most Americans love hearing different accents.

  • mfanafikile zulu
    mfanafikile zulu 7 months ago +1

    I love black panther very much, I just hate how they speak our languages and the fact that the main character is not born and raised in Africa no disrespect

  • Gape theron Blade
    Gape theron Blade 7 months ago


  • Priska Mwinja
    Priska Mwinja 8 months ago +1


  • Jacqui Bailey
    Jacqui Bailey 8 months ago

    Wakanda Forever !!!

  • Star Cherry
    Star Cherry 8 months ago +1

    "And now I give you the strength of the blck panter" 😆

  • Wise Nubian
    Wise Nubian 8 months ago

    I am 55 and will be a new hero soon to the world!!1

  • 4 Asmara TV
    4 Asmara TV 9 months ago

    Amazing boy

  • ali esinyen
    ali esinyen 9 months ago

    Trevor noah is calm as like he is talking to his king.

  • deetleskeet
    deetleskeet 9 months ago

    We need to produce and direct more movies that portray us accurately. I know these are fictional characters but the intelligence, courage and regality are real. I see them every day.

  • Niqui H
    Niqui H 9 months ago

    Chattel Slavery robbed us of sooooo Mucj😪😪😪

  • Jonathan Buchanan
    Jonathan Buchanan 9 months ago

    Watching this interview makes me want to sit down and watch Black Panther again!!