“Letitia Wright sustained minor accidents as we speak whereas filming a stunt for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Perpetually.’ She is presently receiving care in a neighborhood hospital and is predicted to be launched quickly,” a Marvel spokesperson advised Deadline on Wednesday.
The accidents had been minor and weren’t anticipated to intervene with the filming schedule, sources advised Deadline. The harm occurred throughout using a stunt rig whereas filming occurred in Boston.
Wright is reprising her function as Shuri within the Marvel blockbuster, which is currently set for release on July 8, 2022. Ryan Coogler will return as the author and director, after helming the primary “BP” film that was launched in 2018.
The function of T’Challa/Black Panther will not be recast following the death of star Chadwick Boseman in August 2020, Marvel Studios’ president Kevin Feige mentioned throughout Disney’s investor day presentation in December. As an alternative, the sequel will center on other characters within the fictional nation of Wakanda.
“To honor the legacy that Chad helped us construct by way of his portrayal of the King of Wakanda, we are going to proceed to discover the world of Wakanda and all the wealthy and assorted characters launched within the first movie,” Feige mentioned.
In line with Variety, “I Could Destroy You” star Michaela Coel will even seem within the movie, although her function stays below wraps. Moreover, Feige confirmed to ComicBook.com that Dominique Thorne will make her Marvel debut as Riri Williams /Ironheart within the movie previous to the discharge of her standalone Disney+ collection titled “Ironheart.”
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