This deceased actor will not be replaced in this superhero series, Amazon Prime Video is inspired by Black Panther

This deceased actor will not be replaced in this superhero series, Amazon Prime Video is inspired by Black Panther
This deceased actor will not be replaced in this superhero series, Amazon Prime Video is inspired by Black Panther

Culture news This deceased actor will not be replaced in this superhero series, Amazon Prime Video is inspired by Black Panther

Published on 05/10/2024 at 08:40

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Last April we learned of the disappearance of Chance Perdomo, the actor in the series Gen V. Amazon has made the decision not to replace him in the next season of its series.

“A young actor lost too soon”

The news saddened the whole world. Died at the age of 27 during a tragic motorcycle accident, the actor of the series Gen V, Chance Perdomo, was praised by his former colleagues with numerous messages of support. Since the press release announcing the death of the American-British actor, tributes have multiplied. Obviously, it was mainly the cast members of The Boys and Gen V who posted a lot on social networks. Patrick Schwarzenegger, Maddie Phillips, Antony Starr, Jessie T. Usher… all admitted to having lost a “friend” and one “talented actor“because of an accident”tragic. “Our hearts go out to Chance’s loved ones and we mourn this shocking loss.” could we read.

Chance Perdomo became known to the general public with his role as Ambrose Spellman in the series The New Adventures of Sabrina produced by Netflix. “Chance was a talented young actor lost too soon. It was a pleasure to work with him” wrote Netflix’s Ted Sarandos. The death of Chance Perdomo obviously had serious consequences on the production of the second season Gen V. The SVOD platform announced quickly after the announcement of the death that the filming of season 2 was postponed indefinitely.while waiting to find a solution”. All options were on the table, but Amazon just chose one.

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Irreplaceable

The producers of Gen V have released a statement confirming that Chance Perdomo’s character, Andre Anderson, will not be played by another actor for the series’ second season.

As we continue to deal with the tragic loss of Chance Perdomo, everyone at Gen V is determined to find the best way to honor his memory. We’re not going to replace the role, because no one can replace Chance. On the other hand, we took the time and space necessary to reorganize the storylines of season 2, which will begin production in May. We will honor Chance and his legacy this season” can we read in a message on X/Twitter. So it’s official, no recast for Andre Anderson, as production on season 2 of Gen V begins in May.

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