PUBLISHED: 09:46, Thu, Sep 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:52, Thu, Sep 3, 2020
Chadwick Boseman died at the age of 43 after a secret battle with colon cancer. Following the news of the Black Panther star's death, tributes have been pouring in from Hollywood celebrities and fans alike.
The Marvel actor continued to work on several films and devoted his time to visiting sick children in hospital despite being diagnosed with stage 3 cancer in 2016.
Black Panther's executive producer Nate Moore has now revealed the touching final text he received from the late actor.
The pair had been working to get messages and toys to sick children through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Nate described how he and the Avengers actor "worked together to get a young boy a voice note from T’Challa, as well as a package of toys".
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Chadwick Boseman's final text to Black Panther producer unveiled (Image: GETTY/MARVEL)
Chadwick Boseman died last week following a secret battle with cancer (Image: GETTY)
The filmmaker said Chadwick cared "so intently, and in hindsight, so personally" about the terminally ill children.
Nate continued in an interview with People that it "broke" Chadwick seeing them, as he shared the actor's final text message to him.
The Black Panther actor had texted the producer: "It broke me, man. We need to do that for them.
"People deserve abundant life, special moments. They’ve been through hell battling disease."
Chadwick Boseman was passionate about helping sick children (Image: GETTY)
Chadwick concluded: "If we were able to ease their suffering and bring joy for a moment, and hopefully moments [as] he goes through the