Letitia Wright Returns To Black Panther 2 Set After Injury


It’s been revealed that Letitia Wright has returned to the set of Black Panther 2 (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever) after an injury.

This news was revealed by the BBC.

There had been a bunch of rumours about what Letitia Wright has been doing on the set of Black Panther 2.

Some people were suggesting that she was trying to convince people on the Black Panther 2 set not to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

These were just rumours, however, Wright did add fuel to the flames by posting an anti-vaxxer video on her Twitter account.

She then got into very public arguments with people about it online and eventually left the social media platform.

Letitia Wright is back on the Black Panther 2 set

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It was then revealed that Letitia Wright was injured on the set of the upcoming Marvel movie.

To begin with, it was deemed as not overly serious, however, there were complications and she ended up having to take more time off than expected.

Marvel’s bosses said she turned out to have sustained “a critical shoulder fracture and a concussion with severe side effects”.

Five months later, Wright is back on the film’s set and ready to get to work.

Filming on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was suspended back in November.

A spokesperson for the star said she has now recovered and production has resumed

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Are you looking forward to seeing Black Panther 2 when it’s released in cinemas on November 11th in the United Kingdom?

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