Marvel Studios is getting ready to net more audiences with its brand new miniseries ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’! After the grand and celebrated release of WandaVision through Disney+ Marvel Studies is up for yet another action filled thriller.
Recently, the official Netflix page of Marvel Studios has released the first look poster of ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’.
”The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, an Original Series from Marvel Studios, starts streaming March 19 on @DisneyPlus. #FalconAndWinterSoldier,” says the post.
‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ to be released on March 19!
According to the post the miniseries is slated to be released on March 19th 2021.
Right before this post, they had released the trailer video of the miniseries.
“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Official Trailer Disney+
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Are you ready? Watch the brand-new trailer for Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and start streaming the Original Series March 19 on @DisneyPlus. #FalconAndWinterSoldier,” says the post.
The trailer opens with our heroes being interviewed in what looks like a jail cell, and a therapist (?) asking “Mr. Barnes, why does Sam aggravate you?” Ha. Much jumping out of planes and flying around, shield-throwing and kicking of bad guys ensues.
Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan will be back to reprise their title roles. Daniel Brühl is coming back to play the villainous Baron Zemo again and Emily VanCamp is back as Sharon Carter, one of the most boring characters in MCU history. We know that Black Mirror and 22 Jump Street actor Wyatt Russell is set to play John Walker, a comic book antagonist known as U.S. Agent who was sort of like a dark mirror version of Captain America, and Alias actor Carl Lumbly might be playing Isaiah Bradley, a Black man who was experimented on with the same super soldier serum that turned Steve Rogers into Captain America.
The show had been delayed a few times, and fans have only been able to see a brief, 30-second teaser before now. Filming shut down in March because of the pandemic, Disney said at the time, and was forced to remain shut down until a couple of months ago.