‘Black Panther’ Star Chadwick Boseman Surprises Grateful Fans on Fallon (Video)

Wakanda Forever: Chadwick Boseman surprised some “Black Panther” superfans Wednesday on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” And yeah, the his heroism clearly does not stop at the Marvel movie’s end credits.

The NBC late-night staple asked African-American movie-goers to express to a poster of Boseman what the film meant to them. Yes, the setup was awkward, but the payoff was beautiful.

Just wait until you see the one young boy’s face after Boseman walks out from behind a curtain to surprise him and his mother. Oh, and another woman’s reaction to barely noticing Jimmy Fallon is pretty perfect too.

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Watch the video above.

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Wakanda Forever: Chadwick Boseman surprised some “Black Panther” superfans Wednesday on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” And yeah, the his heroism clearly does not stop at the Marvel movie’s end credits.

The NBC late-night staple asked African-American movie-goers to express to a poster of Boseman what the film meant to them. Yes, the setup was awkward, but the payoff was beautiful.

Just wait until you see the one young boy’s face after Boseman walks out from behind a curtain to surprise him and his mother. Oh, and another woman’s reaction to barely noticing Jimmy Fallon is pretty perfect too.

Watch the video above.

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