The latest reports from The Hollywood Reporter seem to indicate that the upcoming Black Panther sequel may be delayed due to a lack of vaccination in the lead actress.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is constantly growing and presenting us with new productions – during yesterday’s Disney conference, a huge selection of new products were presented (for example New material related to the much-awaited Moon Knight). Moreover, there are constant reports of those whose first show is relatively close – recently, for example We reported an interruption in the production of “Black Panther 2”..

Now it turns out that the illness of the lead actress is not the only problem with the productions. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the aforementioned woman, Letitia Wright (who plays Shuri), has not been vaccinated. She currently resides in London, Great Britain, a The United States requires all non-residents to get vaccinated.

The situation can pose a huge problem And making her return to the group is more of a problem than it initially seemed. And with news coming in from everywhere, Marvel may have a plan to do just as the new Black Panther after Chadwick Boseman, who played T’Challa, died suddenly over a year ago.

Black Panther: Wakanda may be delayed forever because Letty Wright has not been vaccinated.

US requires all non-citizen travelers to be vaccinated [aktorka – przyp. red.] He is currently in London.