Marvel Studios’ new Black Panther: Wakanda Forever movie has a serious problem

Black Panther: Wakanda has been almost forever in serious trouble at the hands of actress Letitia Wright. This tells Deadline reporter Justin Knoll.

The knoll appeared on the podcast The City with Matt Belonick Revealed the shooting of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Very upset about some of the things Wright did.

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In particular, the actress’ stance on the coronavirus vaccine has been a problem for Marvel Studios. Not only that: When she had to return to the UK to resume filming in November 2021, the fact that her vaccination status was unknown was a real problem for the studio.

After all, Wright couldn’t have gone back to filming if she hadn’t gotten a vaccine.

Wright’s troubles began in December 2020, when she launched an anti-vaccine letter, as well as anti-conversion messages, on her now-deleted Twitter account.

Wright is said to have shared these views on the group, which in turn led to problems. By the way, she herself denied that she misbehaved on the set of the film. Marvel Studios and Disney did not respond.

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