Disney+ Delays The Falcon and the wintertime Soldier Debut
While yesterday evening brought the exciting first true teaser for the platform’s WandaVision, it’s been revealed that because the series gets back again to production in Atlanta, Georgia, The Falcon and the wintertime Soldier‘s Disney+ debut has been delayed to 2021, in accordance with .
clearly out of these hands because of the global pandemic
Though, this era date definitely shows a shift in plans for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Four series because the Captain America spin-off was originally planned for release first accompanied by the Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany-led series, a December premiere that is still reportedly eyeing.
John Wick creator Derek Kolstad joined the writing/creative team of Falcon and the wintertime Soldier, though details are under wraps still, it seems more likely to follow-up on Falcon’s new status quo after .
Anthony Mackie (Point Blank) and Sebastian Stan (I, Tonya) will undoubtedly be reprising their roles as Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes. Joining them are MCU veterans Daniel Bruhl and Emily VanCamp, that are set to come back as Helmut Sharon and Zemo Carter, respectively. Neither character has appeared onscreen since 2016’s .
During the Marvel Studios panel at D23 Expo 2019, it had been that Wyatt Russell (Lodge 49, Black Mirror) has joined the series for the role of Marvel Comics character U.S. Agent. Miki Ishikawa (The Terror: Infamy), Desmond Chiam (Now Apocalypse), Carl Lumbly (Doctor Sleep, Supergirl) and Noah Mills (The Enemy Within) are also cast for the series.
The Falcon and the wintertime Soldier may only run for six episodes, nonetheless it shall connect to the bigger MCU. The series was originally likely to debut in August 2020 but was delayed because of filming setbacks like the ongoing pandemic that temporarily turn off all major TV and film productions.