Fans have been waiting for the long-awaited Black Panther sequel might not be released in the timeframe fans had wanted.
Numerous errors have occurred because of the sudden death of the film’s main character, Chadwick Boseman, along COVID-19’s restrictions. The fans of the film are now demanding Letitia Wright who was one of the film’s main actors, be removed due to claims that she did not want to be vaccination-free against the virus.
As per a news report released in The Hollywood Reporter, development for this sequel is stopped in the meantime Wright recuperates from her stay in London after being injured while filming this summer.
In the absence of Wright, the director of the film, Ryan Coogler, kept the film going by shooting the most material possible in Atlanta. Due to the busy holiday season, another closing will be announced on Thanksgiving. It will continue until early 2022.
“Letitia has been rehabilitating in London since September from injuries incurred on the set of Black Panther 2 and anticipates returning to work in early 2022,” an official from Wright said. “Letitia respectfully requests that you remember her in your prayers.”
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After Boseman’s demise, Wright’s character Shuri, who is the T’Challa’s sister, who is played by Boseman – has been promoted to a leading role on the sequel.
But returning to America is being recognized as a concern, since she is a target for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently enacted laws that require all non-immigrant immigrants who are not citizens to provide proof of having been vaccinated properly.
Wright who was born in Guyanese Wright is not an American citizen. The United States.
Wright’s status as an immunization patient is not known at the moment. Fans however are already frustrated over the delays in production.
Despite the fact of her status as a vaccine recipient is not known the news doesn’t make things any more difficult. There are those who are insisting that she be replaced in order that the process can go on according to plan.
Darlene McDonald, a writer and activist, expressed her displeasure via Twitter by writing, “Isn’t Letitia Wright aware that the event that Chadwick Boseman who suffers from cancer and is immunocompromised, was alive, her self-centered thoughts could have put his health in danger? The vaccination process is a means to protect yourself and those who are around you that are known and unknowable.”