Following reports of Harrison Ford joining the MCU, the actor is now set to appear in Captain America: New World Order, according to a new update.
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A new update on Harrison Ford joining the MCU claims he will make his debut in Captain America: New World Order, based on previous posts. One of the oldest characters in Marvel Studios’ ever-expanding universe has been left in an unknown state since William Hurt sadly passed away in March 2022. Hurt, who played General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross since The Incredible Hulkmade his last appearance in 2021 Black Widow before his death.
In late September 2022, online rumors began to surface that Star Wars icon Ford had been eyeing to join the MCU, most notably taking over Hurt as the new Ross. Reportedly, the coming Lightning strikes movie would feature Ford’s Ross as his character is a pivotal member of the team in the comics.
About a month later, Jeff Sneider on The Hot Microphone with John Rocha and Jeff Sneider Podcast comes with another update that Marvel Studios has supposedly locked Ford as General Ross. /Movie also independently confirms that Ross is being recast with Ford and that he will make his MCU appearance first in Captain America: New World Order. Marvel Studios has so far not commented on the story.