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Today, the news that production has finally resumed came out. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Now that actress Shuri has recovered after filming halted after film star Letitia Wright suffered serious injuries on set during filming in November, work on the much-anticipated Marvel sequel is moving once again in Atlanta, Georgia, in four weeks. is expected to continue for a while.
hollywood reporter We shared this information as well as an interesting update on Wright’s co-star Winston Duke and how he appeared in the film. THR has revealed that Duke, who plays M’Baku, the leader of the Jabari tribe, has negotiated a “huge impression” for him, who, according to sources, will be his fourth appearance in the MCU after 2018. black panther and both Avengers: Infinity War and final step.
The justification for his salary increase is that he will have an “extended role” in both. WAKANDA Forever And the Black Panther mythology in general. THR contacted Marvel to clarify what exactly this extended role was, but of course the studio didn’t say anything. This update will likely ignite fan theory that M’Baku, not Shuri, is the character who will take over as the Wakanda guardian of T’Challa, who will be kicked out of the franchise after Chadwick Boseman’s death.
Filming was scheduled to resume on Monday, but was delayed for a few more days after Nakia actor Lupita Nyong’o and other cast members and crew tested positive for COVID-19.
Despite all these setbacks, the film, directed by Ryan Coogler and co-starring Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Angela Bassett and Dominique Thorne, is believed to avoid another disruption to the release schedule. Marvel is Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Theatrical release on November 11, 2022.