Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has started principal photography, and Lupita Nyong’o is making ready simply as another Marvel superhero would. In late June, Nyong’o shared a clip of herself figuring out in New York, and it is going viral as soon as once more now that Marvel Studios’ Black Panther sequel has began to roll cameras.
“Health was as soon as my good friend,” the Oscar winner shared on Instagram. “Getting reacquainted and loving it (However the junk stays within the trunk!) #SummerBody.”
Nyong’o beforehand spoke to her position on the movie, giving a heartfelt tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman. In line with the actor, she wasn’t essentially “excited” to get again to work on the franchise after Boseman’s passing.
“Folks will ask me, ‘Are you excited to return?’ Pleasure is not the phrase. I really feel like I am in a really pensive and meditative state on the subject of Black Panther 2. His passing continues to be extraordinarily uncooked for me,” Nyong’o recently told Yahoo!. “And I am unable to even start to think about what it will likely be prefer to step on set and never have him there… However on the similar time we’ve a frontrunner in Ryan, who feels very very similar to we do, who feels the loss in a really, very possible way as effectively.”
“And his concept, the way in which which he has reshaped the second film is so respectful of the loss we’ve all skilled as a forged and as a world,” she added. “So it feels spiritually and emotionally right to do that. And hopefully, what I do look ahead to, is getting again collectively and honoring what he began with us and holding his gentle by means of it. As a result of he left us quite a lot of gentle that we’re nonetheless going to be bathing in. I do know that for positive.”
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is at the moment set to premiere in theaters on July 8, 2022. Kingdom of Wakanda doesn’t but have a launch date on Disney+.