By Adam Mazmanian - Special to the Washington Times Shares
"I felt obligated to join," said Boseman, who plays Thurgood Marshall and Marvel hero Black Panther in upcoming films. "After a certain number of years when you see something happen and you feel like there are worthy films that should be nominated or presented, yeah, you have to join. You have to be a voice."
"There's just as much gymnastics, just as much spectacle in the spoken word as there is in the physical body. The tongue is a muscle, too," Boseman said. "It really doesn't matter whether I'm running or doing capoeira or I'm speaking long speeches, it's an exercise regardless."