It seems that the MCU movie production, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, got into a hiatus at least until the new year but basically there should be no epidemiological driver, real bottle cap in recent years. In fact, production could have been suspended for reasons related to the refund process Letitia Wright, after an injury this summer. From recent news that even production Disney +And Mrs. Marvell, belated in the fall of 2022.
But let’s go back to our own Letitia problems, where the actress is allegedly injured during an acrobatic sequence while filming in Boston, but if the ad initially indicated minor problems, the current confirmation of production delays has lifted the antennas. Thus it was learned that the actress is recovering from a concussion and a malignant fracture of the shoulder.
In the past few hours, Kevin Feige, Luis de Esposito and Nate Moore from Marvel Studios have sent a note to the rest of the cast and crew working on the film to inform them of the break. An excerpt from the note can be read below:
As we head into the holiday, we wanted to send a note of thanks and appreciation for the hard work of all our cast and crew, as well as an update on the timing. First of all, this project is exceptional and we know the public is eager to get it done […]. Unfortunately, we didn’t get here without some setbacks. Running a production of this size in the midst of a pandemic is no easy task. Plus, as you all know, Letitia had a scary accident on our set during a stunt in August. What we initially thought were minor injuries turned out to be much more serious, as Letitia had a severe broken shoulder and concussion with severe side effects. It was a painful process and Letitia went home with her doctors and the support of her family.
We have adjusted our production schedule so that he has the time he needs to recover. There are so many sequences that Shuri needs! We also want to thank Letitia for everything she does to get back on set: we know how much she loved the role, how hard it was to be away, and how hard she worked to recover as quickly as possible. We look forward to his comeback and know we will come back stronger together […]. As of now, we plan to resume filming – with Letitia – in January 2022.
after sudden death Chadwick Boseman, who played King T’Challa, aka Black Panther, it has been rumored a lot that Shuri could play a bigger role in the upcoming sequel and this remark seems to confirm that in some way. There was also news recently that Disney will be delaying the film’s release date from July 8, 2022, to November 11, 2022, which makes sense given the recent production halt.
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