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Harrison Ford has been confirmed to be making his Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) debut with the next installment of the Captain America series.
Filming for “Captain America: New World Order” is set to begin in Mid-March 2023. Shooting will take place in Atlanta, GA at Trilith Studios—an often-used film studio for Marvel Productions.
Details about the film’s plot remain scarce, but we know that the fourth installment of the Captain America film franchise will look different from the three movies that preceded it.
One thing’s for sure though, the feature will continue the story of Sam Wilson, played by Mackie, the current wielder of the shield.
Marvel fans can set their calendars for a May 3, 2024 release date.
Cast and Crew
PRODUCER: Kevin Feige
Kevin Feige is the man behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As president of Marvel Studios, he has overseen the production of some of the most successful superhero films of all time, including The Avengers and Black Panther.
WRITER: Malcolm Spellman – Dalan Musson
Malcolm Spellman is a writer and producer best known for his work on the movies “Black Panther” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.” Spellman began his career in the entertainment industry as a writer on the television show “Empire.” He has also written for the shows “Atlanta” and “Insecure.” In addition to his work in television, Spellman has also written and produced several movies, including “Just Mercy” and “Red Tails.” Spellman is a talented writer with a unique voice, and he is one of the most promising talents in Hollywood today.
Dalan Musson is a writer whose work has been featured in a number of movies. His most recent screenplay, “The Last Days of Summer,” was produced by Warner Bros. and starred Annette Bening and Bruce Willis. Musson’s work has also been adapted for the big screen in the past, including his adaptation of the novel “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” for Sony Pictures. In addition to his work in film, Musson has also written for television, most notably on the popular series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.
DIRECTOR: Julius Onah
Julius Onah is a director known for films such as The Girl is in Trouble and Luce. He was born in Nigeria and raised in New York City. Onah’s father is a physician, and his mother is a nurse. He attended the prestigious Stuyvesant High School before going on to study at Harvard University. After graduation, Onah worked as a director’s assistant on Spike Lee’s film Inside Man. He then made his directorial debut with The Girl is in Trouble, a thriller set in the New York City underground music scene. Onah’s latest film, Luce, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim. The film follows a high school student who is accused of having extremist views. Julius Onah is an exciting new voice in cinema, and we can’t wait to see what he does next.
CAST: Anthony Mackie – Shira Haas – Tim Blake Nelson – Carl Lumbly – Harrison Ford
If you want to get cast in a Marvel Studios Production, then “Captain America: New World Order” is no different from the others. Marvel Studios currently uses Sarah Finn Casting for all of its casting needs.
Sarah Finn Casting is a casting director agency that has been involved in casting for some of the biggest blockbuster movies in recent history. Some of their most notable projects include Marvel’s The Avengers and Thor: Ragnarok, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Jurassic World
Sarah Finn Casting is known for its meticulous attention to detail and its ability to find the perfect actor for each role. They are one of the most respected agencies in the industry, and they continue to produce fantastic work time and time again. If you’re interested in getting a role, feel free to reach out to [email protected].
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All About Harrison Ford’s Character Thunderbolt Ross: the Most Underrated Villain in the MCU
Harrison Ford will play Thaddeus ”Thunderbolt” Ross in the upcoming Captain America film. Ross first appears in The Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962) which was created by none other than Marvel legends Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby. He is an Army general who dedicates himself to capturing the Incredible Hulk at all costs. Ross is one of the few people who knows Banner’s true identity, and he uses this knowledge to track down and capture Banner whenever he transforms.
Hunt for The Hulk
Following the events of 9/11, Ross was placed in charge of hunting down terrorist cells around the world. In this capacity, he learned of Bruce Banner and his ability to transform into the Hulk from Banner’s ex-girlfriend Betty Ross (no relation). Realizing that someone with Banner’s powers could be used as a weapon by terrorists, Ross began tracking him down with the intention of recruiting him into Homeland Security’s “Superhuman Task Force.”
However, Banner proved difficult to capture, as he would always transform back into Bruce Banner before Ross could get his hands on him. To further complicate matters, Banner hated Ross after realizing that Ross wanted to use him as a weapon rather than help him find a cure for his condition. Things came to a head when Banner transformed into Hulk while fleeing from one of Ross’ ambush attempts and inadvertently killed several soldiers on accident. Infuriated by this loss of life, Ross swore that he would never rest until Hulk was dead. This desire to kill Hulk would eventually consume Ross and turn him into one of Marvel’s most ruthless villains.
Thunderbolt Ross is one of Marvel’s most underrated villains. Although he started out as a heroic character who only wanted to capture Hulk because he saw him as a threat to national security, his obsession with killing Hulk turned him into a villain. He’s spent most of his career trying to defeat Hulk — usually failing miserably because let’s face it, Hulk is just too strong for a mortal man — but that hasn’t stopped him from trying over and over again. If you’re a fan of Marvel’s villains, then you need to check out Thunderbolt Ross!