Lupita Nyong’o stuns in a plunging blue swimsuit as she shares video of herself training for underwater scenes for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Lupita Nyong’o looked stunning in a blue swimsuit as video showed the star training for her underwater scenes in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
The actress, 39, shared the clip of herself working out on TikTok as the latest Black Panther movie spends its second week atop the box office.
Lupita reprized her role as Nakia, in the Black Panther sequel four years after the original film.
Have the blues? Lupita Nyong’o stunned in a blue swimsuit in a new TikTok video posted on Monday that showed her training for underwater scenes in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
‘I felt like a crayfish’: The 39-year-old actress shared the clip as the latest Black Panther movies spend their second week atop the box office
Taking a moment to catch her breath in the sun-drenched pool, Lupita stunned in a laguna cobalt blue Valimare cross-strap swimsuit.
In a caption, Lupita wrote, “Swimming to Talokan wasn’t as easy as it looked!”
Fans flocked to comment on Lupita’s post as one person commented, “This is the kind of stuff that brings tears to my eyes.” It’s hard work for me.
Bringing fans to tears: Fans flocked to comment on Lupita’s post as one person commented – ‘This is the kind of stuff that makes me cry’ It’s hard work for me’
Making waves: Lupita could be seen swimming to the bottom of the pool
Lupita walked underwater as she carried weights in each hand as part of her vigorous Black Panther: Wakanda Forever workout.
The Oscar-winning actress attended the European premiere of the latest Marvel film in London’s Leicester Square, where she revealed what it was like to return to the show following the untimely death of Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman in 2020.
Lupita said, “You know, when Chadwick Boseman died, it felt like it was the end.”
Wakanda Forever: The Oscar-winning actress attended the European premiere of the latest Marvel film at Leicester Square in London
She continued, “I couldn’t imagine moving forward, like how could we do it?” I know many of us have felt the same.
“But Black Panther is loved around the world. It’s different and it’s powerful.
“Ryan Coogler (the director) sells the superhero story with depth and I think people react to being treated like they’re smart.”
A touching tribute: Lupita revealed, ‘when Chadwick Boseman died it felt like it was the end’