The sequel to Black Panther is on hold, with Letitia Wright’s injuries proving to be more serious than first thought.


The sequel to Black Panther has been put on hold, and Letitia Wright’s injuries are more serious than first thought.

Letitia Wright’s injuries were more serious than first thought, and the sequel will now be delayed until January. Previous reports claimed that filming had been halted due to her injury, but it has now been confirmed that the actress suffered a shoulder fracture and a concussion.

The production pause will last until January 2022, according to Deadline.

Her injuries have received a lot of attention, and it’s unclear how they’ll affect future filming.

The ongoing pandemic and other conflicts have caused some changes in Marvel Studios’ release schedule.

Thor: Love and Thunder, as well as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, were rearranged.

The Black Panther sequel, however, was the one project that sparked a lot of discussion.

It’s no secret that the death of Chadwick Boseman looms large over the entire film.

Nate Moore, a Marvel producer, spoke with’s Phase Zero about continuing that legacy.

“Obviously, with the loss of Chadwick, which was unexpected and unprecedented in a way narratively, to figure out how to deal with,” Moore revealed.

“So, beyond, ‘Hey, we want to make a big, fun time,’ and people from the first movie, it’s about how do we do right by his legacy and tell a story that isn’t exploitative, which we would never, ever do, but builds on the things that he loved about the property and the things that he brought to the property in a way that is enjoyable, feels real, feels earned, feels organic.”

Because I believe we’ll see the film through two lenses: pure entertainment and catharsis.

And we have to keep both of those lenses in mind as we work on it.”

In an interview with Variety earlier this year, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige addressed these changes.

Some of it is due to the nature of production schedules not aligning, but it presents the company with an intriguing conundrum.

“It’s production shifts and changes,” the Marvel Studios president explained, “and because we have so many slots, we can just shift slots.”

“We’re just shifting when the Marvel slots come out because they’re all the same.”

And yes, Strange [in the Multiverse of Madness]has moved six weeks, so now there are three months instead of two…

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Black Panther Sequel Goes on Production Hiatus, Letitia Wright’s Injuries More Serious Than Initially Realized

Black Panther Sequel Goes on Production Hiatus, Letitia Wright’s Injuries More Serious Than Initially Realized

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