Another Marvel hero will be gracing the iconic Saturday Night Live stage.
Chadwick Boseman, star of the highly acclaimed Black Panther, will be hosting the sketch comedy show on April 7, 2018. He will appear alongside rapper, Cardi B, who will be the musical guest for the evening. Cardi B is best known for her hit song “Bodak Yellow.”
The announcement was made during the Saturday Night Live broadcast on March 17, when Bill Hader hosted and brought back his beloved character, Stefon.
This is a perfect time for Chadwick Boseman to take the stage, as he’s still riding high off the hype of Black Panther, and will be returning to the big screen very soon in Avengers: Infinity War. The latter is premiering in theatres on April 27.
There will surely be some Wakanda and/or Avengers based sketches during the show. Since the broadcast will be so close to the Avengers premiere, it’s also highly possible that some of Boseman’s heroic costars will join him in Studio 8H! Either way, we can’t wait to see what he can do with the cast of Saturday Night Live.
Will you tune in to see Chadwick Boseman on ‘Saturday Night Live?’
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