Letitia Wright has returned to complete filming Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally after struggling a stunt accident that left her with a shoulder fracture and concussion.
BBC reviews that Wright is heading to Atlanta, Georgia the place Black Panther 2 is filming to complete her scenes taking part in Shuri, T’challa’s sister. Filming for the film has not completed but, however manufacturing was halted in November 2021 because it couldn’t proceed with out Wright.
Particulars of Wright’s accident had been initially described as a minor stunt accident, however a letter from Marvel’s Kevin Feige revealed that Wright’s accident was extra extreme than initially anticipated. There was additionally hypothesis given Wright beforehand expressed anti-Covid vaccine views.
Manufacturing on Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally has now totally resumed in keeping with a spokesperson, although plot particulars stay carefully guarded.
It’s unclear how Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally will proceed following the loss of life of star Chadwick Boseman in 2020. The Hollywood Reporter says each Wright and M’Baku actor Winston Duke can have expanded roles within the sequel, and that Duke “negotiated a hefty increase for his return to Black Panther[.]”
Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally is ready to premiere on November 11, 2022, and is considered one of Marvel’s quite a few MCU choices for the 12 months. Different movies slated to be launched in 2022 embrace Physician Unusual within the Multiverse of Insanity in Might and Thor: Love and Thunder in July.
That’s not counting the numerous Marvel reveals in growth for the streaming service Disney+. Within the meantime, try IGN’s overview for the final main MCU movie Spider-Man: No Method Residence.
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