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Chadwick Boseman wins Golden Globe for Best Actor

Chadwick Boseman has won the honor for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama at the 78th yearly Golden Globes introduced on Sunday night.

The prize proceeds with Boseman's dash of after death wins all through the film grants season for his presentation as Levee in George C. Wolfe's August Wilson variation "Mama Rainey's Black Bottom," accessible on Netflix. 

The honor was introduced by Renée Zellweger, and acknowledged by Boseman's widow Taylor Simone Ledward. 

During a mournful discourse, Simone Boseman said, "He would say something wonderful. Something rousing. Something that would intensify that little voice within us all that discloses to you can, that advises you to continue onward, that gets back to you to what you are intended to do as of now ever." 

The honor denoted Boseman's first Golden Globe designation and first win. In the Best Actor classification, Boseman beat down Riz Ahmed for "Sound of Metal," Anthony Hopkins for "The Father," Gary Oldman for "Mank," and Tahar Rahim for "The Mauritanian." 

"Mama Rainey's Black Bottom" was likewise up for a Golden Globe for Viola Davis, Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama. 

Somewhere else in the continuous honors season, Boseman is additionally selected for a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Critics Choice Award, and is the top pick to beat for the Academy Award for Best Actor, however designations will not be declared until not long from now. Boseman has likewise won various pundits' prizes consistently. 

"Mama Rainey's Black Bottom" denoted Boseman's last onscreen job, however he is additionally an honors season player this year for his supporting turn in Spike Lee's "Da 5 Bloods," another Netflix film. 

That film acquired Boseman the esteemed New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor in December. 

He likewise loaned his voice to the forthcoming Disney+ Marvel Cinematic Universe side project arrangement "Imagine a scenario in which… ?," repeating his job as "T'Challa" from "Black Panther." Marvel affirmed that Boseman's job won't be reworked in the impending true to life continuation of "Black Panther." 

Boseman kicked the bucket on August 28, 2020, at 43 years old toward the finish of a private fight with colon malignancy

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