Actress Letitia Wright attends the premiere of Disney and Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War’ on April 23, 2018 in Hollywood, California.
For those paying attention to the box office, it is no surprise that the biggest box-office earning actress is a member of the “Black Panther” die-cast. However, despite having a successful 2018, actress Letitia Wright had her faith to get her through some dark times.
According to Fandango, Wright is the highest box-office earning star of the year, which means that films with her in maintaining attract a lot of people go to the theater in 2018. In addition to a breakout role as the genius scientist Shuri in “the Black Panther” and “Avengers: Infinity War,” Wright appeared in “Ready Player One” and “commuting.”
She repressed her Marvel co-stars Chadwick Boseman, Winston Duke, Danai Gurira, Florence Kasumba and Sebastian Stan. They also beat Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Pratt, and Josh Brolin. However, the star indicated on Twitter that she hopes that her bank account will soon reflect the money they made for the movie industry.
“Dope dope,” she wrote. “Deposit that amount in my bank account.”
The star previously opened up about her success in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, in which she described the difficult time she had with depression prior to getting cast in “Black Panther.”
“I had so much pressure on myself,” Wright told the outlet, noting that she struggled with the question whether they belonged in the world. “You comfortable with the idea of thinking, maybe it is OK to leave.”
However, she explained that a trip to a Bible study helped her from the “very dark place” and that she is to immerse themselves in Christianity since.
“I am proud of keeping it the same as when I came in acting, to not only change the lane and everything, just because it can be a big name or a big budget,” she says. “I’m right for this part? Is this what I should play? If something feels weird in my spirit, I know that God’s way of saying, ” You must not do that.'”