Letitia Wright denies a report claiming she is expressing opinions against vaccination on the set of Black panther 2. After some delays related to COVID-19, the production of the 2018 sequel Black Panther began in Atlanta last June before its July 2022 release date. Original director Ryan Coogler returns alongside writer Joe Robert Cole. However, the sequel had to be reworked considerably after the tragic passing of T’Challa actor Chadwick Boseman. The movie will see Black Panther stars Angela Bassett, Martin Freeman, Danai Gurira, Daniel Kaluuya, Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke reprise their roles.
There has been a lot of intriguing news in the Black panther 2 recently, including the reveal that Dominique Thorne will be making her MCU debut in the film as Riri Williams, a brilliant inventor creating her own Iron Man suit, ahead of her upcoming Disney + series, Iron heart. Letitia Wright, who will return as Shuri, was hospitalized in late August after sustaining a minor injury, although she was able to return shortly after. Earlier this month, Wright was embroiled in another controversy when The Hollywood Reporter claimed he was speaking out against the COVID-19 vaccine on set.
Now, Letitia wright denies those claims in an Instagram post. The actress says so “saddens“She has to address the report published by THR and went to “honestly affirm“that the claims made about his conduct on the set of Black panther 2 is it so “completely false. “Wright continued to defend his work ethic and said his”The main focus is always to do work that is impactful and inspiring.. “Read Wright’s full statement on Instagram below:
While Wright unequivocally denies the claims made by THR, did not clarify her actual beliefs about the COVID-19 vaccine or whether or not she has been vaccinated herself. Wright has shared similar sentiments on social media., including a YouTube video questioning the legitimacy of the COVID-19 vaccine. The report claims that this resulted in her being separated from her entire team of U.S. representatives, although Wright did not address that claim specifically.
Wright has since removed that video from his social media, and this statement on Instagram is his first post since the controversy began. Although he has now denied the claims about holding beliefs against vaccines, the evidence is undoubtedly mounted against him. Disney will begin to require proof of a COVID-19 vaccine for anyone working on its productions, albeit those already filming, such as Black panther 2, will be exempt from this mandate. While Wright was able to finish the rest of the film without further controversy, this could pose challenges for his future in the MCU.
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