A sequel to “Black Panther” is being recorded these days in Boston and Atlanta in the United States. Letitia Wright (27) plays the younger sister of the main character, played by the late Chadwick Boseman.
While filming in Boston on Wednesday, things got worse for Wright. During a stunt, she was injured, followed by hospitalization.
in the hospital
Laetitia Wright was slightly injured today while filming Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. A Marvel spokesperson said in a statement that she is currently being treated at a local hospital and is expected to be discharged soon. diverse.
It is not known what kind of damage the actor sustained, but the incident is not expected to affect the production schedule.
The film is expected to be released for the first time in July next year.
storm of criticism
Wright was in bad weather last year after one post Anti-vaccine video with his followers.
She defended herself, “It was not my intention to harm anyone, the only thing I wanted to post this video was to show that I am concerned about the content of the vaccine and that I wonder what we are putting in our bodies.”
Amidst the storm of criticism, she has distanced herself from social media, and has yet to make an appearance.
She has been seen in a number of big movies and TV series over the years, and is probably best known for her role in the “Marvel” universe.
Chadwick Boseman He died last year of cancer. He was only 43 years old. Bosman’s career exploded when he landed the role of a superhero from the movie “Black Panther”.
Bosman was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016, and kept the diagnosis a secret until his death. Only then did he confirm that he was sick and that it was cancer that eventually cost him his life.
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