As the next Marvel movie hype continues, Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverFans wonder if they are movie actresses, Letitia Wrighty apologizes for the inconvenience of Her past “anti-vaccine” views She made it in 2020.
Reddit user u / Stanning_Whole_4499 pointed out the actress’s past behaviour r / Marvel studios Since then, I wondered if she had said anything about it. The OP was also surprised that people stopped talking about it, given that her view was having a negative impact, especially during the pandemic.
MCU fans were also looking forward to the press tour as she was surprised that her past views and remarks were not taken up and are likely to be talked about there.
Fans also predicted that she wouldn’t be the next Black Panther, even though the entire franchise was spinning around her character somewhat. They also pointed out one line of trailer that Ramonda, the mother of both T’Challa and Shuri, said her “the whole family was gone.” However, some MCU fans questioned the theory and predicted that it could be about “snaps.”
But some fans agreed that nothing would happen, and it would be treated like any other controversy made by other A-list actors. So don’t expect anyone in the PR team or interview to mention anything about it.
There have been rumours since the controversy That light no longer wants to get involved in the MCU. But nevertheless, one thing was certainly known, Wright will return to Black leopard Wakanda’s sequel as a technical expert – Shuri. And no one knows who will take over the Black Panther suit, Fans speculate that it will be especially since The new merchandise shows a character wearing a purple suit.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be screened in theatres on November 11, 2022.
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