Marvel Studios is gearing up for another one of its many series that is premiering next week. They have unveiled four new character posters for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
The series will consist of six episodes and will be available exclusively on Disney+. These posters feature Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson aka The Falcon; Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes aka The Winter Soldier; Daniel Bruhl as Zemo, and Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter. The Disney+ series revolves around Captain Americaâs friends and will be premiering on March 19.
In the upcoming Marvel series, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes will be teaming up for their global adventure. This will likely test their abilities as Captain America goes out of the picture. The events that will take place in the series will be timed weeks after the events of Avengers: Endgame. It is directed by Kari Skogland with Malcolm Spellman as the head writer.
The Falcon & The Winter Soldierâs showrunner Malcolm Spellman revealed that race will be one of the prominent parts of the showâs story. The highly-anticipated spin-off of Captain America will be premiering on Disney+.
It will be the second series into the Marvel Cinematic Universe after WandaVision ends in early March. The series will pick up from where Avengers: Endgame left off and will follow the disparate duo, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes.
They will be facing a world without Steve Rogersâ Captain America.Â EndgameÂ had revealed how the shield was passed onto Sam, appointing him as the next Captain America in the MCU. However, the title will not be expected to come as easily to Sam and he will have to deal with opposition from the U.S. government.
Isaiah Bradley Will Also Be A Part Of The Show
They would want to have John Walker as the next Captain America. Sam will also likely help Bucky get back to his past deeds as the Winter Soldier. He will also be dealing with the threat posed by returning Captain America: Civil War villain Zemo.
The Falcon & The Winter SoldierÂ could feature the MCUâs first Black Captain America. Malcolm revealed that he knew this was a huge opportunity laid right in front of him. In an interview with TVLine, the showrunner shared that he hopes the series will have a similar impact on Black youths as Black Panther had.
For a bit of help with his pitch, Malcolm teamed up with Nate Moore; who is the VP of Production and Development at Marvel. He is also Black and though the showrunner says his meeting with Kevin Feige, the Marvel President; went horribly wrong, he believes Nate advocated for him. He said this is because they shared a similar vision for the series.
The showrunner said, âHe heard what I wanted to do, that I wanted [race] to be part of the story very prominently, and I think he knew it was right.â However, with Malcolmâs comments in mind, the series will mostly focus on issues surrounding race and identity as Sam struggles with taking on the responsibilities of Captain America.
The show will also be including Isaiah Bradley who is known for being the first Black Captain America in the comics. This can also lead to Sam unveiling the secret history of Black men in the U.S. governmentâs super-soldiers program.