Black Panther 2 Star reportedly espoused anti-Vax rhetoric on set


Black Panther star Letitia Wright is said to have espoused the rhetoric of the COVID-19 vaccine on the set of the upcoming sequel, Wakanda Forever.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Star Letitia Wright is said to have expressed anti-vaccine opinions on the set of the Marvel sequel.

Wright, who plays tech expert T’Challa’s sister Shuri in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, found herself embroiled in controversy in December 2020 after sharing an anti-vaccine video – which also included an anti-vaccine commentary. -trans – on its removal since. Twitter account. According to Hollywood journalist, Wright “espoused similar opinions” on the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine while filming Wakanda forever. The outlet further notes that she has split from her U.S. representatives after online criticism she received for tweeting the said video last year.


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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has continued to disrupt film and television productions following the spread of the delta variant in recent months. More specifically, Paramount + The offer, a show about the making of the original Godfather film, closed in September when star Miles Teller allegedly contracted the virus after refusing to be vaccinated or even take a COVID-19 test. Paramount said it had temporarily halted production “out of caution,” although Teller’s publicist denied being responsible.

THR added that Disney, which owns Marvel Studios and the MCU, will roll out a sticker system on its film and TV productions in mid-October, requiring cast and crew members to have visible proof of vaccination against COVID-19, according to the return-to-work agreement between the Alliance of Film and Television Producers (AMPTP) and the Hollywood unions. As such, those in Zone A – the area of ​​film productions where cast and crew often work nearby without protective gear – will now have a wristband to confirm they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, while that those who have it have not been.

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Wakanda forever features many of the same cast and crew as the original Black Panther film, with the tragic exception of the late Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa. Lupita Nyong’o, who is reprising her MCU role as Nakia for the film, praised returning writer / director Ryan Coogler earlier this year for reshaping Wakanda forever after Boseman’s death in a way she described as respectful of the actor’s legacy. “So it seems spiritually and emotionally correct to do this,” she added.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever opens in theaters on July 6, 2022.

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Source: Hollywood journalist


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