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Marvel Studios gives a sneak peek of the 4th Captain America film

Marvel Studios gave fans a sneak peek of the upcoming fourth Captain America film, and its title change reveal.

The film would be titled “Captain America: Brave New World.” The film is currently being directed by Julius Onah.

Lead star Anthony Mackie posted an image of him and Hollywood icon Harrison Ford sharing a laugh at the production set. Mackie captioned the photo, “When Harrison Ford tells you how kicking a– should look, you listen!.”


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In the photo, Mackie is seen wearing a Captain America suit and has the iconic vibranium shield behind him while Ford sits on a crew chair.

Mackie will reprise his role as Sam Wilson while the MCU newbie Ford will play the role of Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross — following the death of William Hurt in 2022. Both of their characters are now different from what was seen in past MCU films. Sam Wilson went from being ‘Falcon’ to taking the mantle of being the ‘Star-Spangled Man with a Plan.’ Ross, meanwhile, went from being a Hulk-obsessed general to being the president of the United States.

Starring alongside them are Carl Lumbly as Isaiah Bradley, Danny Ramirez as Joaquin Torres, Tim Blake Nelson as Dr. Samuel Sterns, and Shira Haas as Sabra.

Captain America: Brave New World is expected to hit theaters in 2024.


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