MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Chadwick Boseman starred on the big screen in the movie ‘Black Panther,’ but he became a real-life super hero to many children during a visit to Memphis.
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Boseman visited St. Jude Children’s to learn about the hospital’s mission and to meet with children who are battling cancer.
It’s not every day that St. Jude gets a visit from an Avenger! Thank you @ChadwickBoseman for stopping by to bring joy to our patients and learn more about our lifesaving mission! ❤ 🎉 pic.twitter.com/7RwPO7qgPD— St. Jude (@StJude) September 12, 2018
The 'Black Panther' star had a birthday celebration with a young girl named Mady.
He also met with a boy named Hayden, who asked the 'Black Panther to say hello to some of his fellow Avengers.
Hayden wanted me to say hello to two of his other favorite @Marvel heroes, Thor and Spider-Man, so @ChrisHemsworth and @TomHolland1996 - my boy says hi! Also had to add a Killmonger bobble head to his collection. @michaelb4jordan #StJude pic.twitter.com/EdGEF61yLU— Chadwick Boseman (@chadwickboseman) September 12, 2018
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