Letia Wright has been released from hospital after being injured in the seat of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” on Wednesday.
The 27-year-old was taken to hospital for treatment of minor injuries. According to Weekly entertainment., She was injured during the overnight shoot. She was shooting a film with a stunt rig but was not expected to stay in the hospital long.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Letitia Wright suffered minor injuries today while shooting a stunt. She is currently being treated at a local hospital and is expected to be released soon.
Further details about the incident and the nature of his injuries remain private. It reportedly took place in Boston, although filming of the sequel continues primarily in Atlanta, Georgia.
Prior to the reported injury, Wright was photographed over the weekend during the shooting of his scenes with co-star Danai Gera, which re-enacts Okoye’s character. Photos from TMZ The couple appeared in costume when they filmed at the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The scene reportedly sparked rumors that the actress had been removed from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” because of her stance on the Code 19 vaccine. It sparked controversy after sharing a video in early December last year that called into question the effectiveness of the vaccine.
Netizen called for it to be canceled and he responded by tweeting, “If you don’t agree with the popular opinion. But ask questions and think for yourself … you get canceled.”
“I still have a right to worry about how my body will react. It’s not slow, it’s thinking for itself,” he added. The reaction prompted the actress to delete her social media pages, including Twitter and Instagram.
Wright played the role of Shura, the sister of T. Chala’s tech genius (played by the late Chadwick Bosman). In addition to Guerrero, other cast members returning to “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” include Daniel Calvia, Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong, Florence Kasomba and Angela Bassett. The sequel is set to release on July 8, 2022.