An elderly Steve Rogers handed the Captain America shield and mantle to Sam Wilson at the end of the Disney+ show, and while he initially denied wanting to take on the responsibility, by the end of the show, the man who once battled crime as Falcon officially became the new Star Spangled Man with a Plan. The actor discusses how the upcoming Marvel film would compete with 2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Anthony Mackie told E! News that he wants to be in a fight scene similar to Steve Rogers' introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
I want a fight scene that replicates Chris Evans' elevator fight sequence [in 2014's Captain America: The Winter Solider]. That was a bad ass scene. The first time I saw that, I was like, That's crazy.'
The Winter Soldiers elevator fight is by no means the most memorable action-packed scenes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as Chris Evans' favorite Captain America moment as a whole. But if you have time for that, check out the video below, which took place after Nick Fury's death.
When Anthony Mackie first saw it, it was clear that the S.T.R.I.K.E. operatives, as well as Alexander Pierce and Jasper Sitwell, were deep-cover HYDRA operatives. The Nazi terrorist organization has been infiltrated by the film since its inception.
The word of Captain America 4's development surfaced shortly after The Falcon and the Winter Soldier's run, with Malcolm Spellman, the writer of the story Truth, being appointed to direct the film. Shira Haas will play Sabra as the main antagonist at D23 earlier this month.
Captain America: New World Order will be released on May 3, 2024 as part of the MCU's official Phase 5 lineup. Thats the same year that Peacock subscribers will be able to watch Anthony Mackie in the Twisted Metal TV adaptation.