The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will spearhead the future of Marvel. It is a brave new miracle cinematic universe. With Avengers: Endgame in the rearview, fans know as little about the future of the series as they did in Phase 1. Indeed, Phase 4 serves as a new beginning, with many new and supporting characters rising to fill the void left by the original Avengers.
But what really seems to be Phase 4 is the addition of several Disney+ series to the unexpected fold. First of all, Falcon and Winter Soldier will continue the story of the Captain America films. Nevertheless, according to a new report, it may also feature the return of Asgard’s preferred nuisance.
Marvel Studios has a ton of Disney+ shows on the way.
As we alluded to, Marvel Studios is an entire branch of the Disney+ show along the way. The show’s roster in the works will introduce new characters such as Hulk, Moon Knight, and Ms. Miracle. But before Miracle delves into such an energetic field, it is giving the fans more of the heroes they know and love.
Four Marvel shows are scheduled to compete with Disney+ in 2020 and 2021. Each is a headline by one or two popular characters. And Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige assured fans the show would affect the films in surprising ways. For example, the WandaVision-Doctor set for late 2020-2021 is expected to reconcile the strange and the madness of the multiverse.
But we still don’t know what, if any, connection Disney+ shows will have to each other. Given that each stage 4 series picks up a different thread from the Avengers: Endgame, some fans probably expected them to cut a lot. So far, the focus has mostly been on tap in support of players from previous films.
‘Falcon and Winter Soldier’ will feature several villains
As the first Marvel studio show coming to Disney+, we’ve learned the most about Falcon and Winter Soldier. The show, of course, stars Anthony Mackey and Sebastian Stan as the title characters, aka Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes, respectively. Because two of its Captain America franchise hail from, fans are hoping to follow the series Mackey Sam Wilson as he becomes the new hat.
Similarly, the supporting cast mostly stems from previous Cap adventures as well. Yes, Wyatt Russell joins the show as John Walker, aka American Agent, in the form of United States Government positions in his hat stand. But the other leading players are Daniel Bruhl and Emily VanCamp. His characters — Helmut Jamo and Sharon Carter — played integral roles in Steve Rogers’s story.
But an unconfirmed report claims that those two actors are not popping familiar faces from the Captain America trilogy itself. According to the Weekly Planet Podcast, Georges St. Pierre may have his role as Captain Batroc imploded from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. At the beginning of that film, Batroc has an intense hand-to-hand fight with the hat and is eventually defeated.
Can Tom Hiddleston’s Loki cross paths with the new hat?
MCU villains are a thing of the past, ‘one of the series’ most popular people may be coming for Falcon and Winter Soldier. If the leaked set photos are correct, then Loki (Tom Hiddleston) will appear to create trouble for the heroes. Loki in the Avengers only briefly goes foot-to-toe with Steve Rogers Cap. Also, he never crosses paths with Sam or Bucky. So there is not much of a relationship to build on.
Then again, this blurry picture is not a declaration of the role of Hiddenleston in a press release. So there is an excellent chance it is not the actor at all in the scene. But if it is so, we can only imagine its presence is brief. As we know, Loki also has his own Disney+ series on the way. Following the version of Loki, who survived in Avengers: Endgame, the show follows the god of mischief as he does what he does best: will cause trouble.
With an anticipated release in 2021, Loki could be set up with a brief guest on Falcon and the Winter Soldier or a cameo appearance by Hiddleston. Now that Loki is Tesseract, the sky’s the limit as far as what he is capable of. We’re not sure if the upcoming Marvel Studios show will connect like this. But it sure has worked for films thus far. So it would not surprise us at this point.
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