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The 28-year-old, Guyanese-Born British actress Letitia Wright, has returned to the shooting of Black Panther: Wakanda forever after suffering an injury that prevented the production of the film. 

According to ComicBook, as per her Initial reports, the injuries were minor, she met with an accident in August 2021.

But Marvel’s bosses later revealed that she sustained “a critical shoulder fracture and a concussion with severe side effects”.

They said,  “What we had initially thought were minor injuries turned out to be much more serious with Letitia suffering a critical shoulder fracture and a concussion with severe side effects.

“It has been a painful process and Letitia has been home recovering with her doctors and the support of family.

“We’ve adjusted our production schedule so she has the time she needs to heal, but there’s only so much we can do without Shuri!

“We also want to thank Letitia for everything she’s doing to get back to the set – we know how much she loves this role, how tough it’s been for her to be away, and how hard she’s working to recover as quickly as she safely can.”

The production even continued without the actress, but eventually, in November the production stopped, as only the actress’s scenes were left to shoot. They had shot everything they could without Wright and had to wait for her recovery to continue the production.

It seems like this time Wakanda’s Princess and King T’challa’s sister “Shuri” is expected to play a major role in the upcoming Black Panther film, following the death of Actor Chadwick Boseman, who portrayed the role of T’challa aka “Black Panther” in the initial part.

Recently, in an interview with ComicBook, Marvel producer Nate Moore said “I think this movie has a different sort of pressure on it, obviously, with the loss of Chadwick, which was unexpected and unprecedented in a way narratively, to figure out how to deal with,”

He added, “So beyond, ‘Hey, we want to make a big, fun time,’ and people of the first movie, it’s how do we sort of doing right by his legacy and tell a story that isn’t exploitative, which we would never, ever do, but builds on the things that he loved about the property in a way that is enjoyable, feels real, feels earned, feels organic.”

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is scheduled to be released this year on the 11th of November.

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