We’ve known some time ago that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever went through quite a few reshoots earlier this year. Even during principal photography, they have faced some hardship due to continued delays even throughout the reshoot process. As of now, it seems that they are still working on adding some minor tweaks to add the final touches to the project.
Namor actor Tenoch Huerta has revealed that they are even adding minor sequences right now, as they were busy with reshoots even after attending San Diego Comic-Con to show off the first trailer. He revealed it during an interview with W Radio, as translated by Twitter user @chavernand.
To be honest, my life hasn’t changed that much. I’m doing reshoots that are like little missing pieces, like the take of a hand, a movement, some new framing. Like little things to do at the end of every movie, and that sometimes you need to do them again. As a matter of fact, that same day at the end of our presentation at Comic-Con, we went back to the studios, to keep working, so I haven’t had that much spare time. I’ve been working all these days, I think this is my first day off… kind of.Tenoch Huerta
There’s no word if they are still actively working on the film, especially as the type of reshoots isn’t specified at the moment. He does seem to be hinting that they are only adapting “little missing pieces” which means that these might not be massive adaptations. Still, the first trailer made quite the statement, and here’s hoping that further teases continue building up towards the official release in November.