In Puerto Rico, filming for Wakanda Forever comes to a close

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Wraps Up Filming In Puerto Rico

The sequel to Black Panther, starring Letitia Wright, has wrapped filming, and it’s now time to polish it up for release.

Now we can breathe a sigh of relief because the filming of Black Panther 2 has wrapped on location in Puerto Rico, despite a thousand and one complications with its major character, Letitia Wright.

The injury of the aforementioned Wright was a major setback for the feature film’s production, and the pandemic hasn’t helped the project go normally either.

All that’s left now is for Wakanda Forever to go through post-production so that it arrives polished and with all of the visual effects that we’ve come to expect from the House of Ideas.

Black Panther 2 should be released on November 22 if all goes well and no new editing issues are discovered, necessitating reshoots and other procedures. In other words, we will be able to see something by the end of the year.

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The Marvel that’s about to arrive

The Moon Knight series on Disney+, the launch of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and the release of Thor: Love and Thunder in theaters will all come before this feature film. For the time being, no teaser or trailer has been released for this picture, which was recently reshooting scenes with Christian Bale, who plays Gorr the Butcher God.

Also, keep in mind that Marvel has indicated that a Nova series or film is in the works. The Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor, above, will have a particular relationship with this new cosmic superhero.

Without the necessity for the original Avengers to serve as a flag, Phase 4 and the current universe are on fire.