Black Panther 2 filming was halted while Letitia Wright recovered from an on-set injury.

In late August, Letitia Wright was hurt while filming a stunt sequence in Boston

Los Angeles: According to reports in the entertainment industry on Friday, the sequel to Marvel's Black Panther is being put on hold as star Letitia Wright recovers from an on-set injury she sustained in August. In the critically acclaimed 2018 film Black Panther, which is set in the scientifically superior yet isolated African nation of Wakanda, Letitia Wright portrays Shuri. With a mostly Black ensemble, the film achieved cultural significance, earning $1.3 billion worldwide and receiving an Oscar nomination for best picture. In late August in Boston, Letitia Wright suffered an injury while filming a stunt sequence.

According to Variety and Hollywood Insider, she was anticipated to recuperate quickly enough for the shooting schedule to continue as planned. Although more information regarding the injuries has not been made public, it was initially deemed mild.

Letitia has been recuperating in London since September after suffering injuries while filming Black Panther 2; she intends to start working again in early 2022, according to a statement from the Guyanese-British actor's reps. Please remember Letitia in your prayers, she graciously requests.

After Chadwick Boseman, who played the title character in the original film, passed away from cancer last year, it is anticipated that Letitia Wright's character will play a bigger part in the sequel.

On November 11, 2022, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released.

According to reports, the Ryan Coogler-directed film's scheduled release date won't be impacted by the filming halt.

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