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After the crash in Black Panther 2, Letitia Wright was treated for her injuries

After a mishap on the set of the next Black Panther sequel, actress Letitia Wright was taken to the hospital.

The actress, who plays Shuri, Princess of Wakanda, was injured in a “stunt rig mishap,” according to reports.

Separate from the main production in Atlanta, the filming took place overnight in Boston.

The actress was released from the hospital after several hours, despite the fact that the extent of her injuries was not divulged.

The shooting schedule for the superhero sequel is not likely to be affected by the event.

Along with Daniel Kaluuya, Danai Gurira, Lupita Nyong’o, and Angela Bassett, Wright is one of several stars returning to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

The plot of the film is being kept under wraps, although it is believed to continue the story of Wakanda, a technologically sophisticated African nation, following the death of King T’Challa, played by Chadwick Boseman.

Boseman’s character will not be remade, and no digital effects will be used to feature his likeness in the picture, according to Marvel.

Michaela Coel, who wrote and acted in I May Destroy You, was just confirmed as joining the cast in an unspecified capacity.

Dominique Thorne, who will star as the up-and-coming superhero Ironheart in a Disney Plus TV series, will also make her Marvel debut in the Black Panther movie.

Ryan Coogler is back in the director’s chair for the sequel, which began filming in June.

He previously discussed the difficulties of completing the store without Boseman, who passed away from colon cancer last year.

The sequel’s purpose, according to British actor Kaluuya, who plays T’Challa’s second-in-command W’Kabi, will be to honour the late actor.

“What’s essential to me is the legacy of Chadwick Boseman, because he was a human being and a true spirit,” Kaluuya told The Ringer.

What can we do to show our respect for that? Black Panther will do what Black Panther does, but he is a man who sacrificed his life for us. He did everything for us, our nephews, nieces, and children. It is our responsibility to honour that man in the same way that he honoured us. “