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Captain America 4 Sees Sam Wilson Battle Thunderbolt Ross

MCU producer Nate Moore teases the story for Captain America: New World Order, in which Sam Wilson will clash with General Thunderbolt Ross.


Captain America: New World Order producer Nate Moore teases an upcoming face-off between Sam Wilson and Thunderbolt Ross. As Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to an end with the release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever on November 11, Marvel continues in its Multiverse Saga. One of the highly anticipated planned releases is: Captain America: New World Order, with Anthony Mackie in his first feature film project as the new Captain America. The fourth Captain America film is expected to begin filming in the spring of 2023 and is expected to be released on May 3, 2024.

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Captain America: New world order will pick up afterwards The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and follow Sam Wilson as he adjusts to his new role as Captain America. While the film is still in pre-production, it was announced that Danny Ramirez and Carl Lumbly would be reprising their limited series roles as Joaquin Torres and Isaiah Bradley, respectively. Tim Blake Nelson plays the leader, Shira Haas plays Sabra and Harrison Ford plays General “Thunderbolt” Ross, replacing the late William Hurt. The addition of Ford to the MCU is great for the franchise, and now Moore is giving one of the first glimpses of his role in Captain America: New World Order.

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Looks like Thunderbolt Ross may cause some trouble for the new Captain America. In a recent interview with ColliderMoore teases a conflict between the general and Sam Wilson, reminding everyone that Ross threw Sam in jail at the end of this year Captain America: Civil War. Check out Moore’s full quote below:

Well, look, Sam Wilson’s Captain America, he’s going to bring his own team to play. It’s no secret that Samuel Sterns is returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is fantastic because Tim Blake Nelson is the best. Harrison Ford is the take on the role of General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, and to see Sam Wilson and Thunderbolt Ross, who, if you recall, see him at the end of Civil war because he violated the Sokovia Accords. There will be some natural sparks, which I think will be a lot of fun.”

What Thunderbolt Ross Means For The Story Of Captain America 4

Longtime MCU fans and Marvel Comics readers won’t be surprised for a while to see Ross collide with Sam Captain America movie. The General first appeared as the antagonist in 2008 The Incredible Hulk and was last seen in the MCU early this year chasing Natasha Romanoff Black Widow in 2021. In the comics, Ross becomes the Red Hulk so he can finally match the Hulk in strength and wit. What does the inclusion of Ross involve? Captain America: New World Order so interesting is that Nelson’s the Leader, who has experience experimenting with gamma rays, was already heralded as the bad guy. This could mean that Captain America: New World Order will feature Red Hulk’s origin story and Captain America will find himself fighting off two villains.

Of course, Red Hulk hasn’t been officially confirmed by Marvel yet. It is possible that Thunderbolt Ross’ fight with Sam in Captain America: New World Order is still related to the work of the general in Civil war, and that Sam will once again have to overcome being an unapproved superhero. Still, Ford is expected to reprise the role for: lightning strikes, so the arrival of Red Hulk seems imminent. Marvel fans will have to keep an eye out for more news as the MCU’s Multiverse Saga progresses.

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Source: Collider

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