Black Panther: Wakanda is waiting in my heart. The actress continues to recover from injury

Work on Black Panther: Wakanda in My Heart has officially stopped. Laetitia Wright continues to recover from an accident on set.

The team dealing with the second part of “Black Panther” can talk about real bad luck. In August, Letitia Wright, who played the role of Shuri, had an accident while working on a set. The actress is struggling with a fractured shoulder and complications from a concussion. For this reason, work on the new film has been put on hold and the crew is expected to return to set in early January.

A delay on set can also affect the subsequent postponement of a film’s premiere. Black Panther: Wakanda in my heart was supposed to see the light of day in July 2022. The current release date is November 11, 2022, but it is unknown if the plight of Laetitia Wright will cause another shift.

The actress is currently playing the main role in the cinema. With the death of Chadwick Boseman, who starred in the first film, Black Panther’s role remains to be determined. Perhaps it will be Shuri, T’Challi’s cinematic sister, played by Boseman.