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A still from 'Black Panther' Image Credit: Marvel Studios

Juggling with several delays during the production, the makers of ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ have finally wrapped filming.

Crew members from Marvel Studios’ ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ including costume designer Ruth Carter (in a since-deleted post), hairstylist Nikki Wright, and cinematographer Autumn Durald, recently confirmed that the project has been finally wrapped.

There have been several production delays of the upcoming sequel after one of the movie’s stars got injured on set. Letitia Wright was injured in late August while the film was shooting a sequence involving a stunt rig on-location in Boston. At the time, Marvel Studios said Wright’s injury would ultimately not impact the shooting schedule of the film.

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Letitia Wright as Shuri in 'Black Panther' Image Credit: Marvel Studios

The film recently restarted production and will hit theatres on November 11 this year.

The first instalment of the ‘Black Panther’ series was a massive hit when it was released in February 2018.

The film earned $1.34 billion worldwide, making ‘Black Panther’ Marvel’s highest-grossing non-‘Avengers’ movie of all time.

The movie also earned seven Academy Award nominations and won Oscars for the score, costume design, and production design to its credit.

Director Ryan Coogler’s Marvel Cinematic Universe sequel has been in development since 2018 but got delayed several times.

Chadwick Boseman’s tragic passing in 2020 meant ‘Black Panther 2’ was unfortunately without its lead character.

Marvel Studios decided not to recast T’Challa, which means the script focuses more on other characters, such as Shuri (Wright), Okoye (Danai Gurira), and M’Baku (Winston Duke).