‘Captain America: New World Order’ Reportedly Set to Start Filming Soon
The project primed to be the first Sam Wilson Starring Captain America film, Captain America: New World Order is reportedly set to start filming soon.
There are a few developments of Phase Four that were as important as Sam Wilson embracing the Shield.
Wilson struggled to take on the mantle given to him at the concluding moments of Avengers: Endgame.
He has long been one of the closest friends to Steve Rogers, and an underrated part of the MCU
When Falcon and the Winter Soldier arrived, Wilson was finally the centerpiece. Anthony Mackie responded by bringing to life a character worthy of the Captain America title.
And he is now set to make MCU history. Concurrently being the first legacy character to continue a Marvel saga.
Falcon/Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) in Marvel Studios’ THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER exclusively on Disney+. Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.Although there has been uncertainty surrounding the film slate, we have an update. The upcoming Captain America: New World Order is reportedly set to start filming soon.
The report has come from The Direct. As the news site notes that the film is expected to begin production in March of 2023.
This would give the production plenty of time prior to its slated theatrical release date of May 2024.
We know Wilson will be the centerpiece, and the return of The Leader is imminent. However, a lot of the story is still unknown.
Could Intelligencia be present? Do they have something to do with The Leader’s return? How do events of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier factor in?