Sienna Miller: Chadwick Bosman donated a portion of his wages to me at 21 Bridges | news


Many Hollywood stars continue to talk about the legacy of Black Panther star Chadwick Bosman, who died of colon cancer at the age of 43 in August.

The August issue of Empire was devoted to Bosman’s life and work, and on Monday it revealed one story inside, actress Sienna Miller’s account of her work with Bosman in 2019 through 21 Bridge, of which Bosman was also his producer.

Miller said, “He produced 21 Bridges, and he was really active in trying to convince me of that. He liked my work, and he introduced me to this movie, at a time when I really didn’t want to work anymore. Work with him. ”

Miller recounted that she was having trouble negotiating her contract for the movie, and was hampered when it came to her salary, and the 38-year-old actress said Bosman stepped in and gave her a portion of his own so she gets what she was asking for.

Miller added, “I think it’s a testament to how Bosman was. This was a very big budget movie, and I know everyone understands the pay disparity in Hollywood, but I asked for a number the studio wouldn’t get, and because I was reluctant to go back to work my daughter was starting school.” It was an uncomfortable time, so I said to myself (I will do it if I am compensated in the right way), and Chadwick ended up donating some of his salary to get me to the number I asked for. He said this is what I deserve.

21 Bridges, released in 2019, stars Tyler Kitch and Stephen James.

Looking back, Miller said it was the “most amazing thing” she’d experienced as an actress.

“This kind of thing just isn’t happening,” she said. He said, “You get paid what you deserve, and what you deserve.” It is inconceivable to imagine another man in that city behaving in a gracious or respectful manner. In the aftermath, I tell other actor friends of mine about that story and they all go very quietly and come home and maybe have to sit down thinking things for a while. But there was no joy, it was, “Of course I’m going to get you to that number, because that’s what you have to pay.”

Stories of Karm Bosman have proliferated since his death. The actor is best known for interacting with his fans, including visiting children’s hospitals on his press tours of Marvel films.

Last week, a Bozeman mural was unveiled in Downtown Disney, California, showing Bosman offering the “Wakanda Forever” salute to a young fan wearing a black panther mask.


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