Black Panther: Wakanda Forever stops filming earlier than expected

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever stops filming earlier than expected

The sequel to Black Panther has paralyzed its filming with the question of whether it can be resumed at some point.

As announced a few weeks ago, filming for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has begun a break in production, a week earlier than expected, since it was supposed that the rest for the team was going to begin from Thanksgiving, which in the United States is celebrated on November 25.

This forced stoppage is a consequence of the inability to continue recording scenes of the film in which Shuri does not appear, Black Panther’s sister, played by actress Letitia Wright, who is currently in London recovering from injuries she sustained while filming an action scene for the film. Marvel.

In the note sent by Kevin Feige and the film’s producers to thank the entire team, you can read more details about the actress’s injuries, that he appears to be suffering from “a critical shoulder fracture and concussion with serious side effects.”

Although at the time of the accident, in late August, the entire team was optimistic about Wright’s speedy recovery, As the months passed, it became clear that the actress was going to need much more time in rehabilitation., so it was decided to record as much as possible without her and take a hiatus until early January.

“For the moment, we have scheduled the return to filming, with Letitia, for January 2022. We are all focused on finishing the film at the highest level to honor the memory of our beloved brother Chadwick, “says the note sent by the producers.

However, although she recovers for January, actress Letitia Wright has to face another problem to return to filming in Atlanta, as In the United States, it has been prohibited for anyone to enter if they are not vaccinated against Covid-19, and according to the first information, the interpreter is not …

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