Letitia Wright denies Black Panther 2 Set behavior report

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Letitia Wright denied a report claiming that she was expressing views against vaccination Panther 2. After some delays related to COVID-19, the production of the 2018 sequel Panther It started in Atlanta in June last year before the July 2022 release date. The original director Ryan Coogler will return with writer Joe Robert Cole. However, after the tragic death of T’Challa actor Chadwick Boseman, the sequel had to be heavily revised.Movie will see Panther Starring Angela Bassett, Martin Freeman, Danai Gurrilla, Daniel Callua, Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke re-enact their roles.

There is a lot of interesting news Panther 2 Recent settings include Dominique Thorne’s MCU debut in the movie as Riri Williams, a talented inventor who created her own Iron Man suit, before her upcoming Disney+ series, coreLetitia Wright will return as Shuri. She was hospitalized after suffering minor injuries in late August, but she was able to return soon after.Earlier this month, Wright was embroiled in another controversy when Hollywood Report Claimed that she opposed the COVID-19 vaccine on the set.

Now, Letitia Wright denies these claims in an Instagram post. What the actress said “sad“She must resolve the published report THR Then continue”Honestly assert“About her behavior on the set Panther 2 Yes”Totally untrue“Wright continued to defend her professional ethics and said her “The main focus is always to do influential and inspiring work. “Read Wright’s full statement on Instagram below:

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Although Wright explicitly denied THRShe did not clarify her actual views on the COVID-19 vaccine, nor did she state whether she had been vaccinated herself. Wright also expressed similar views on social media, including YouTube videos questioning the legality of the COVID-19 vaccine. The report stated that this caused her to part ways with the entire U.S. representative team, although Wright did not specify this statement.

Wright has since deleted the video from her social media, and this statement on Instagram is her first post since the controversy began. Although she now denies the claim to support anti-vaccine beliefs, there is no doubt that the evidence is not good for her.Disney will begin to require anyone working on its production to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, even though those who are already filming, such as Panther 2, This task will be exempted. Although Wright can complete the rest of the film without further controversy, this may pose challenges for her future in the MCU.

Source: Letitia Wright/Instagram



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