The actress, who plays scientific genius Shuri, is still spreading sentiments against vaccines created to combat the spread of COVID-19 while filming the sequel to Black Panther in Atlanta, Georgia. But a new deal between unions and the studios could put a halt to that.
While not much is known about Ryan Coogler's highly anticipated sequel, rumors have been thrown around about who will be involved in the movie.
The popular actress shared her views regarding the newly-minted coronavirus vaccine and many on the social media service had strong reactions.
Posting a video collage on her Instagram page of beautiful scenes from nature and pictures Boseman, Letitia reminisced on their friendship while calling him a "soul so beautiful, when you walked into a room, there was calm. You always moved with grace and ease. Every time I saw you, the world would be a better place.”