Following numerous unpredictable setbacks on set in the last couple of months, we are excited to have received word that production for the highly anticipated Black Panther sequel is set to kick off again very soon!
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” Will began shooting sometime this month with the film’s star Letitia Wright making her official return to set.
It has been indicated that Letitia underwent a major injury back in August of last year while on set in the middle of a stunt.
Sources confirmed that her injury resulted in immediate shutdown of production in the month of November after the crew had completed all footage that they could without her.
Though production was originally suppose to begin earlier this month, they were faced with an additional speed bump after reportedly several cast and crew members tested positive for Covid.
Sources close to production tell THR that there are roughly only four weeks of shooting left to complete and that they expect no further delays to effect the film to be released on its promised due date.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is promised to dive deeper into the World of Wakanda following the passing of the film’s main character T’Challa played by the late Chadwick Boseman.