Letitia Wright Denies Anti-Vaccination Comments On 'Black Panther 2' Set
Letitia Wright denies that she made anti-vaccination remarks on the set of Black Panther 2, according to a Hollywood trade report.
In June, production on the sequel to Black Panther began, with a release date of July 2022. Chadwick Boseman, the star of the original film, is the subject of a complicated sequel that must deal with his real-life death. Wright will reprise her role as Shuri, a Princess of Wakanda and the younger sister of TChalla (Boseman), the Black Panther.
The Hollywood Reporter reported earlier this month that Wright was making anti-vaccination remarks on the set. Wright was admitted to the hospital in late August after suffering a minor injury on set, but returned to filming shortly thereafter.