Filming for Black Panther 2 resumes after months of hiatus after stars Letitia Wright and Winston Duke received ‘heavy raises’ injuries
Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has resumed filming months after Letitia Wright’s injury slowed production.
The 28-year-old actress plays Shuri in the movie series and was injured in August 2021. The Black Panther 2 crew shot as much as they could without the stars but had to turn it off in late November of last year.
His manager told The Hollywood Reporter that he always plans to return to production, even though the COVID-19 vaccine is mandatory for all people on set.
Reshoots: Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever resumes filming months after Letitia Wright’s injury slowed production
Wright has previously made statements that many think are against vaccination against the virus, which has killed more than 5.5 million people.
The Black Mirror actress shared a link to a YouTube video last December questioning whether people should get vaccinated.
On Twitter, ‘If you don’t follow popular opinions. but ask questions and think for yourself…. You will be cancelled.’
Close: The 28-year-old actress plays Shuri in the movie series and was injured in August 2021. The Black Panther 2 crew made as many movies as they could without the star.
Some questions about her participation: Her manager told The Hollywood Reporter that she always plans to return to production, even though the COVID-19 vaccine is mandatory.
After some backlash from his fans about his tweet, he replied, “You have the right to ask questions about what goes into your body and to ask questions until you feel ready.”
Wright made it clear that it was not my intention to upset anyone. [prayer hands emoji] I’m not saying don’t buy either. I’m just interested in what’s inside, that’s all. Isn’t it fair to ask or ask questions?’
Despite the slowdown in production, it hasn’t been bad news for the entire cast.
Getting paid: Winston Duke, 35, will get a ‘heavy raise’, according to same THR article
Untimely death: Due to Chadwick Boseman’s untimely death from colon cancer, Duke’s role may be expanded compared to the original plot of the film (pictured 2018)
Winston Duke, who played M’Baku in the first Black Panther movie and Avengers: Endgame, reportedly received a salary raise for his extended role in the new movie.
The 35-year-old US star will receive a ‘heavy raise’ according to the same THR article. Duke’s role may be expanded compared to the original plot of the film due to the untimely death of Chadwick Boseman from colon cancer.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is scheduled to be released on November 11 this year.