One of The Falcon & Winter Soldier’s loved characters, Isaiah Bradley, had many scenes shot near the country place of an American civil rights legend & activist. The Marvel Studios subreddit posted a map of Isaiah’s home in the Marvel set, which is settled at 66 Hogue Street NE in Georgia – some segments from the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. While it was fortuitous, showmaker Malcolm Spellman was not quite aware of this fact during shooting. “I didn’t know that,” he declared Inverse. “There you go. Wow. You could’ve had to ask Kari, the director if that was intended or not.”
Brubaker’s Winter Soldier arc was remarkably familiar, and when the MCU hit its version of Bucky in Captain America: The First Avenger anyone accustomed to the comics knew what was approaching next. To certainly nobody’s surprise, Bucky turned in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, an influenced factor of Hydra. Since then, the role has become an MCU backbone, performing a leading role in Captain America: Civil War and performing in many other movies. Sadly, Marvel has not seemed completely sure what to do with Bucky as he was released from Hydra control; notice the minor parts he plays in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
Whether or not Captain America gets the superpower in the Mackie-starring Cap 4, reportedly written by Spellman, Falcon, and the Winter Soldier writer Dalan Musson, the series head writer cannot respond. “I’ve no idea what is happening with Cap 4. That is Kevin Feige stuff,” Spellman spoke about the chief creative officer & producer behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Studios hasn’t announced officially about Captain America 4. The six-episode Falcon and Winter Soldier conclude with Sam Wilson, the former Falcon, acquiring the mantle and defense of Captain America when he partners with Sebastian to prevent Erin Kellyman & the Super Soldier Serum-empowered Flag Smashers in NYC.