During Global War II, a weak man called Steve Rogers was transformed into Captain America, a super-soldier UN agency tasked with preventing the Redos (Weaving) from using the Tesseract as a source of energy for world supremacy. The picture, which began as a concept in 1997, was distributed via skilled worker fun. After recently embracing the superhero mantle on the Disney Plus series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Anthony Mackie has allegedly signed on to reprise his role as Sam Wilson in a fourth Captain America 4 film.
Even though Marvel Studios has yet to make an official announcement, Hollywood outlet Deadline has learned from reliable sources that the project is moving forward.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier showrunner Malcolm Spellman and screenwriter Dalan Musson collaborated on Captain America 4 (working title). The picture is expected to take a long time to reach theatres.
Captain America 4 Release Date
There is no official release date yet because it is still early days, and we don’t know if the project is genuinely in progress.
With the pandemic pushing Disney to reschedule release dates, the roster of following Marvel films is already rather full. In addition, several of the mega franchise’s upcoming titles, such as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Ant-Man 3, and Blade, are still awaiting a release date.
Given how linked the MCU is, whatever release date of Captain America 4 film receives will very certainly have to weave into current plots. Based on this, we don’t expect to see it in theatres until late 2022 at the earliest, with a release date in 2023 being more plausible.
Captain America 4 Cast
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier cast members might join Mackie on the big screen, primarily if the film serves as a stand-in for a second series.
Sebastian Stan’s Bucky Barnes is expected to feature if the new title screen is adopted as the film’s title. Bucky and Sam could sort out their differences despite a rocky start, so it makes sense for Sam to request the super soldier’s assistance against his current nemesis.
Following his alleged farewell from the series in Avengers: Endgame, there were rumours that Chris Evans may return as Captain America earlier this year. It’ll undoubtedly be in the Captain America 4 film if Evans returns. Evans was set to return “in at least one Marvel property, with the door open for a second feature,” according to Deadline in January 2021. However, Evans rejected the allegations on Twitter on January 14, writing, “News to me.”
According to a rumour published by Deadline on April 23, the fourth Captain America would centre on Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson, with Evans’ probable come back to the Marvel series “being distinct.”
The US Agent might appear Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp) and John Walker (Wyatt Russell).
Captain America 4 Plot
There is no storyline outline for the forthcoming Captain America film available. All we know for sure is that Anthony Mackie will reprise his role as Sam Wilson as he works under his new “Captain America” persona, which he assumed in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s last episode. The way the series finished gives a lot of possibilities for a follow-up picture.
For one thing, Falcon and the Winter Soldier obliterated Sam’s former “The Falcon” image. Joaquin Torres (Danny Ramirez), Sam Wilson’s Air Force buddy, maybe the new Falcon. The film might adapt Joaquin’s transformation into a superhero, which occurred in a comic book scene where Sam faced up against the wicked Sons of the Serpent.
John Walker as a U.S. Agent (Wyatt Russell) and Sharon Carter (Emily Van Camp), who was revealed as the secretive “Power Broker,” are also dangling from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. These plotlines might be explored in the next Captain America film or a future Marvel film, such as Avengers 5 or something else.
In terms of other comic storylines, there’s this: In Marvel Comics canon, Sam Wilson’s stint as Captain America includes the character putting up the shield while fighting Sin, the Red Skull’s daughter, who utilised a phoney memory implant to disgrace Sam publicly. It’s a viable plot direction for the next film, but it’s far from the only one.
Captain America 4 has yet to receive a trailer, as the film is still a long way from reality. But there’s some good news: you can see Sam as Captain America in action in the Falcon and Winter Soldier climax, which gives you a solid idea of what the future holds.