Tuesday on "The Talk" actor Sterling K. Brown opens up about former "Black Panther" co-star and friend, Chadwick Boseman and the franchise's future. "There is no replacing the epitome of grace and dignity. Chad was the perfect T'Challa. May he rest in peace, may he rest in power. Man, bright light, boy. That being said, and I believe that Chad would feel the same way, the story of "Black Panther" is bigger than one person. The story of the diaspora of blackness throughout the world, and the way in which this movie sort of galvanized and brought us together, was so amazing." Brown adds, "The most technologically advanced country in the world, with all the resources that they have, with all the intelligence that they have, we gotta keep going. It means so much for us to be seen in that light, and then for other people to see themselves in us. Because for such a long time we've been told, we can't relate to black stories, that people won't be able to see themselves. But you know what, we just sold a billion, so I think we can go ahead and do it again."
Air Date: Sep 22, 2020