BLACK PANTHER Star Chadwick Boseman Reveals Why He Won't Star In One Of Marvel's Disney+ TV Shows

Chadwick Boseman is currently doing the rounds to promote 21 Bridges, and as well as teasing Black Panther II, the actor reveals why he has absolutely no interest in being part of Marvel's Disney+ plans.

There's a lot of buzz surrounding the Marvel TV shows coming to Disney+ from next year onwards, and while the likes of Anthony Mackie, Elizabeth Olsen, and Tom Hiddleston are all happy to reprise their big screen roles, there's one actor who has zero interest in starring in a small screen adventure.

In the video below, Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman was asked which of his co-stars in the Marvel Cinematic Universe he would most like to team up with on Disney+ and his answer was a blunt one. "I wouldn't, because I don't want to do a TV show," he said, adding that he has other projects on the horizon he's excited about and "none of those are franchises."

Don't fret, though, because Boseman still fully intends to return as T'Challa in Black Panther II

After those Disney+ remarks, he added that he's interested in further exploring Wakanda and finding out new things about Black Panther's corner of the MCU, providing the foundation laid by the first movie is still honoured (you have to believe it will be with Ryan Coogler at the helm again).
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Every single episode of Spider-Man: The Animated Series is available on Disney+ but, weirdly, they're out of order! As a result, you'll have to turn to Google to figure out the correct way to watch them.

Expanding The Universe


This twelve minute documentary looks ahead to the future of the MCU on Disney+ and is full of amazing concept art from shows like The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and footage from What If?

Avengers: Endgame


Not only can you rewatch Avengers: Endgame on Disney+, but there's also a wealth of new special features and deleted scenes, including a revealing interview with casting director Sarah Finn. 

X-Men: The Animated Series


Widely considered one of the best Marvel animated TV shows of all-time, you can rewatch X-Men from the start and there are some legit classics in here (not to mention that unforgettable theme tune).

Marvel's Hero Project


This documentary series explores the positive impact that a number of young, real-life heroes are having on their communities. The first episode revolves around an inspiring girl and her limb difference. 

Ultimate Spider-Man


There's no sign of the beloved Spectacular Spider-Man animated series on Disney+, but you can find all four seasons of Ultimate Spider-Man and the Spider-Verse episodes, in particular, are a must-see.

Assembling A Universe


This 42 minute documentary from 2014 delves into the creation of Marvel Studios and even takes a look at Marvel Television's efforts. It's dated now, but still extremely interesting in places. 

The Incredible Hulk


I remember watching this as a kid on Saturday mornings, and while it didn't have the longest run, there are some great moments to be found with cameos from the likes of Iron Man and Ghost Rider.

Iron Man


Iron Man also had his own animated series in the 1990s and, again, despite a relatively short episode count, there's a lot for comic book fans to dive into, with appearances from M.O.D.O.K and more!

X-Men: Evolution


Just like X-Men: The Animated Series played a huge role in the childhoods of many kids in the 90s, so too did X-Men: Evolution in the 2000s. It's not necessarily a classic but it's definitely a fun ride.

Captain Marvel


There are no plans to bring the Spider-Man movies to Disney+, but another of 2019's releases can be found here in the form of Captain Marvel, a solid and enjoyable origin story for Carol Danvers.

Iron Man


The movie that started it all, Iron Man is also among the classic Marvel Studios movies available on Disney+, and while we're sure you've already watched it, it's great to have it here in 4K. 

Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes


This fantasic animated series puts the spotlight on an iconic roster of, well, Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and it features the team battling the likes of Doctor Doom, Beta Ray Bill, and even a Secret Invasion!



Inhumans is downright terrible, but if you never got around to watching or are just curious how bad it really is (and believe us when we tell you it's bad), then you now have the opportunity to do so. 

Wolverine And The X-Men


This show only lasted a single season and, honestly, it wasn't that great. "Wolverine vs. Hulk" is a lot of fun, though, and there are some great adaptations of some famous comic book storylines. 

Agent Carter


It may have only lasted for two seasons but Agent Carter is still considered on of Marvel Television's best efforts. Now, you have the opportunity to rewatch Peggy's solo adventures in the MCU. 

Fantastic Four 


Marvel's First Family haven't starred in many cartoons over the years, but this 90s effort certainly hit all the right beats (Silver Surfer! Galactus! Doom!) despite the animation being somewhat subpar.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier


Still considered the best Captain America movie to date, the opportunity to take another look at The Winter Soldier is a welcome one, especially with The Falcon and The Winter Soldier on the way. 

Rocket & Groot


Featuring animation based on Skottie Young's phenomenal comic book work, Rocket & Groot is a fun way to kill a couple of minutes at a time and if you love these characters, you'll love these shorts. 

Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2


With Baby Groot, Yondu's heartbreaking sacrifice, and the introduction of Mantis, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is a must-watch for any comic book fan and a sequel definitely worthy of your time!
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