Black Panther 2 Back On Track

Black Panther 2
Black Panther 2

Black Panther 2 is one of the most hyped movies. The initial installment of the film was a great success. The introduction to Wakanda, the tech, and the storytelling mesmerized every audience. 

The actors nailed their roles to perfection. The character of Black Panther was featured in “Avengers:Infinity War” & “Avengers: Endgame”. The crowd loved the character which made the sequel an obvious choice for the production. 

The second installment of the film was supposed to have a greater impact on the MCU. A lot was expected to be revealed about how the next phase would go. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned. 

The sudden demise of Chadwick Boseman left everyone startled. The production had to completely alter their story to incorporate a new Black Panther. The character of Shuri(played by Letitia Wright) was finalized to take up the mantle. 

Just when it seemed everything has been resolved, there were more setbacks. Letitia Wright injured herself terribly while attempting a stunt. Her injury made the filming of Black Panther 2 shut down. 

Casts and crews did try to film as much as they could. Finally, the new year has brought good news for the franchise. Wright has recovered from her injury which means the shooting will resume soon.  

Black Panther 2 To Start Filming Next Week 

Black Panther 2 will finally start filming from next week. The shooting was supposed to resume earlier. However, some of the crew members were infected with the covid-19 virus. 

Letitia Wright has returned to Atlanta after nursing her injury. There was a controversy regarding Wright’s comments on vaccination. 

She encouraged against taking the covid vaccines that led to large-scale criticisms. Fortunately enough, all the feuds have been settled. 

Black Panther 2 is scheduled to be released on 11th November. Sources stated that the delay in the shooting will not have an impact on the release. 

The movie was initially supposed to be released on 8th July, which had to be postponed. 

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