Superhero movies changed the rules of the game in the industry and much of this is the responsibility of what is done by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The franchise has positioned itself as the most popular in the world with various stories that conquered millions of fans, who are waiting for the next releases, such as Eternals and Spider-Man 3. Nevertheless, In the last hours they lived difficult hours when the death of one of their actresses was confirmed.
The MCU knows what it is to lose one of his figures and one of the most remembered by everyone in recent times was that of Chadwick Boseman, who played T’Challa in a great way. The actor died at the age of 43 on August 29, 2020 and both fans and friends said goodbye to him on social media. This Sunday they announced that a colleague who was with him unfortunately passed away.
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In the last hours the medium Deadline reported the death of Dorothy Steel at 95 years old. She played one of the old women of the Wakanda merchant tribe in Black Panther and has a striking personal story, since debuted on screen at age 88 in a series called The Trouble with Going Somewhere and little by little it was reaching more horizons.
Came to the cinema in 2018 with Black Panther and it was there that the world met her from the hand of director Ryan Coogler and after receiving the support of her grandchildren to be part of the cast. Later came more roles in Saints Sinners, Better Than Ever, Christmas Wishes, The Oval and his last role, Jumanji: Next Level con Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart y Karen Gillan.
Your agent, Cindy Butler, made the death public without revealing the cause: “It is with a great heart to announce this morning that Dorothy Steel transitioned this morning in her hometown of Detroit. That is what she wanted, to be home. Thank you to Ms. Dorothy for giving me the opportunity to ride this wave with You. Thank you for all the casting directors who hired Ms. Dorothy. Thank you to the world for loving her from afar. “. Fans of Marvel they echoed the news and also fired it on the networks. ¡Wakanda Forever!