Black Panther: Is Letitia Wright Leaving The Marvel Project?

Letitia Wright has been absent from the set for a long time owing to an injury she sustained while filming an action scene for Black Panther 2. Even though she has been recovering, filming has been severely delayed, and the picture has been moved back from its planned release date. Whereas Letitia has guaranteed that she will soon return to the set to finish the sequences that are still to be shot.

While her injuries were terrible, Letitia also made news last year for expressing her ideas and sharing some opinions that didn’t sit well with the fans.

While there have been reports that she will be in Black Panther 2 and then she will no longer participate in the project, Marvel Studios believes that it is time to part ways with Letitia Wright and that we will see someone new in the forthcoming films who will play the character of Black Panther.

New Black Panther

While Chadwick Boseman was initially given the part of the black panther, he is no longer with us. He survived cancer for a long time and portrayed T’Challa, the monarch of Wakanda and the old Black Panther. His history can never be erased or taken away from him, but a tale needs a panther, therefore Letitia Wright will play Black Panther in Black Panther 2.

Now for the most up-to-date information on Letitia Wright’s ailment. When Letitia Wright has been resting at home in London, she has been revealing information about how she is healing and how she was attending fitness courses to aid with her motions, with the intention of returning to the set soon.

But that does not appear to be the case, since she will need more time to recuperate and the production may be delayed further due to the Omicron version of Covid-19. However, the issue that has been lingering in people’s thoughts is if Marvel would substitute Letitia Wright from Black Panther 2.

 

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