At the moment, the filming of Black Panthers: Wakanda Forever is paused for a limited infringement of Shuri-actress LETITIA WRIGHT until further notice. According to the current reports, the 28-year-old currently ensures headlines outside their role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In the past few months, the actress controversial statements was made with respect to the Covid-19-Pandemic.
Does Letha Wright have to leave the MCU soon?
Also, on the set of Black Panther 2 Wright should have repeatedly spoken about their negative views for vaccination. During the shooting break, Disney’s leaders introduced new measures, according to which all crew members and performers may only be on the set of a production if they are against the coronavirus. Wright, however, rejects this, which is why your future could be on the game in the MCU.
Preliminary vaccination exception for LETITIA WRIGHT on the set of Black Panther 2
Despite the new Disney rules, LETITIA WRIGHT re-return for further shooting from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. According to a report by Hollywood Reporter, production in January 2022 is to be continued in Atlanta — with Wright in her role as Shari. So far, the Marvel Studios did not comment on the topic and potential impact on the future MCU.
When will Black Panther appear: Wakanda Forever in the cinema?
Even if the filming by the violation of LETITIA WRIGHT has delayed something, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever on 10 . Start November 2022 in the cinema. Before you get fans Spider-Man: No Way Home (December 16, 2021), Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness (May 5, 2022) and Thor: Love And Thunder (8 July 2022) to see.
Source: Giant Freaking Robot & Hollywood Reporter
From Dominik Wingman
13.12.2021 at 14:20