Captain America 4: Anthony Mackie Reacts To The New Marvel Project

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‘Captain America 4’: Anthony Mackie reacts to the new installment of the Marvel superhero

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has a new Captain America. Falcon and the Winter Soldier, the Disney + fiction, has turned Sam Wilson ( Anthony Mackie ) into the new Sentinel of Freedom. Shortly after the premiere of the last chapter ‘One World, One Town’ (1×06), THR published that Malcolm Spellman, the fictional ‘showrunner’, was writing the script for Captain America 4, the fourth installment about the Marvel superhero.

At the moment, details about the project are non-existent. Nonetheless, Anthony Mackie is expected to be the protagonist now that he has officially become Steve Rogers’ (Chris Evans) new shield bearer. The actor has told EW how he found out about the news.

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“I literally found out yesterday in the supermarket,” begins the interpreter. “The boy in the box, named Dwayne, a cool guy, says to me, ‘Hey man. Is this true?’ [shows phone] I say, ‘I haven’t heard anything.’ That’s what I love about working for Marvel. They call you, they say, ‘Come to Los Angeles. We want to tell you what’s going on.’ So, I’m excited to see what happens, but I have not heard anything, “he concludes.

The latest chapter of Falcon and the Winter Soldier has shown Sam Wilson in his new suit as Captain America. According to THR, Captain America 4 will continue the story of Sam Wilson as the new Sentinel of Freedom. For now, there is no director involved in the project, and the return of Chris Evans as Steve Rogers is not confirmed.

Considering that Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier has been a key part of Disney + fiction, the character played by Sebastian Stan could also be a part of Captain America 4. The fiction also ended with John Walker (Wyatt Russell) becoming a US Agent thanks to Valentine Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and with the revelation that Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp) is the Power Agent. Will these plots unfold in Captain America 4 or in the next installments of the current phase 4 of the franchise?

While you wait for news, take a look at the Loki trailer that you will find on these lines. The series, starring Tom Hiddleston, premieres on Disney + on June 11.

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