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Kari Skogland To Direct 6-Part ‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ Miniseries With Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Daniel Bruhl & Emily Van Camp

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Kari Skogland has been set to direct the six-part Disney+ miniseries The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, with Avengers: Endgame‘s Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan starring. Sources said Captain America: Civil War‘s Daniel Bruhl and Emily Van Camp are also in talks to join. The miniseries will air in August 2020.

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I'd like to see Emily Van Camp. I like her and was never completely ok with how they ditched her character. I could see her having good chemistry (in general, not necessarily romantic) with Mackie and Stan. I'm not sure how they'd bring Daniel Bruhl in, unless he escapes? Or somehow rehabilitates? 

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1 hour ago, SimoneS said:

Ugh, I never wanted to see Sharon Carter in MCU ever again. 

Me either. I don't know that actress from anything else but she was bland as white rice as Sharon. I'm 25% less interested now.

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Sharon Carter is fine, though I don't really know what her role will be. Hopefully not a romantic interest for either Bucky or Sam, because that would leave a sour taste - 'Hey, she's not good enough for Steve, but for one of you guys? Have at it.'

Zemo I can kind of see playing a Hannibal Lecter role, from behind bars. They need information from him on a Hydra/Sokovian/AIM plot, and taunts them while supposedly cooperating.

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21 hours ago, festivus said:

Me either. I don't know that actress from anything else but she was bland as white rice as Sharon. I'm 25% less interested now.

that's pretty much all the actress can do.  very poorly cast (IMO) yet Emily Van Camp keeps getting work, never understand it.

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1 minute ago, Morrigan2575 said:

that's pretty much all the actress can do.  very poorly cast (IMO) yet Emily Van Camp keeps getting work, never understand it.

yeah, seems like one of their few casting missteps. Please for the love of Thor, don't hook her up with either Bucky or Sam. I'd rather see Buck and Sam hook up with each other. Or even go get Nat's corpse from Voromir and reanimate it. Literally anything else. Or better yet, nothing.

NOROMO!

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Sharon Carter = Chloe [24] All purpose tech support, sniper backup, always tells them "this is against the rules"

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1 hour ago, festivus said:

yeah, seems like one of their few casting missteps. Please for the love of Thor, don't hook her up with either Bucky or Sam. I'd rather see Buck and Sam hook up with each other. Or even go get Nat's corpse from Voromir and reanimate it. Literally anything else. Or better yet, nothing.

NOROMO!

Sadly, the Bucky/Natasha relationship is going to be comics canon only, I think. But I'm all for Bucky dipping his toes into the 21st century dating game, and seeing how a formerly confident ladies man might struggle to adapt to modern women. I hope that's something the writers won't overlook.

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7 minutes ago, Danny Franks said:

Sadly, the Bucky/Natasha relationship is going to be comics canon only, I think. But I'm all for Bucky dipping his toes into the 21st century dating game, and seeing how a formerly confident ladies man might struggle to adapt to modern women. I hope that's something the writers won't overlook.

yeah, that's okay. Just not with Sharon please. Surely he met some ladies in Wakanda or something. Is he even that far along in his recovery though? I mean who knows since Bucky has basically been a cardboard box with hair on it for the last few movies. We have nothing to go on hardly with his development except for SS's emotive eyes.

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48 minutes ago, festivus said:

yeah, that's okay. Just not with Sharon please. Surely he met some ladies in Wakanda or something. Is he even that far along in his recovery though? I mean who knows since Bucky has basically been a cardboard box with hair on it for the last few movies. We have nothing to go on hardly with his development except for SS's emotive eyes.

I don't think he's as traumatised as he was, given he seemed fairly at-ease when greeting Steve in Infinity War. If he can make a joke about being semi-stable, he's probably more than semi-stable.

But that's why I think dipping his toes in is the right metaphor. He shouldn't be given some epic, all-consuming love interest, because he simply has too much going on in his life to approach anything like that honestly.

This is really Marvel's last chance to do Bucky justice, and I really want them to get it right. I don't want him to be a navel-gazing, self-pitying misery, but I don't want him to be happy-go-lucky and quippy either. I'm sure Sebastian Stan can get the balance right, so I just hope the writing does too.

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I personally would rather have Sharon than Zemo (but neither for romantic interests, please). Although I recognize that he was the catalyst for the events of Civil War, Zemo's gripe was about Sokovia, which neither Sam nor Bucky was involved in, and I didn't find him that interesting the first time.

I've also never read the comics, so I don't have any expectations of the characters other than what has been shown in the MCU to date (so: Sam being a beautiful sass machine and Bucky being tragic and long-suffering). Give me six episodes of Sam and Bucky taking down criminals and bickering good-naturedly, and I will be happy.

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Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan Tease 'Falcon and Winter Soldier' Series

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Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan sat down with Kevin Frazier on Saturday where they shared how they are doing since the release of Avengers: Endgame.

"The world's a mess," Stan joked. "These are dark times."

As for Mackie, he said, "It's been great. We have been on a pretty nice vacation," with Stan adding, "I think we're OK."

The two also dished on what fans can expect on their upcoming Disney+ series, Falcon and Winter Soldier.

"There's an angry guy with one arm and there's a confused guy with wings and they're in a show together," teased Mackie.

"We're just going to do our best to survive," Stan added.

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Walker started out as the somewhat buffoonish villain Super Patriot, a reactionary fanatic determined to replace Captain America as the heroic symbol of America.

Well, that sounds rather on the nose for current times. Not that I'm complaining. I'm more than happy for this show to touch on contemporary politics and culture, particularly if it can contrast that to Bucky's 1940s attitudes, and even to his residual knowledge of the Cold War.

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Disney Over the Top: Bob Iger Bets the Company (and Hollywood's Future) on Streaming 

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Disney is sparing no expense on programming, projecting a 2020 original content budget short of $1 billion. The Mandalorian is said to cost $15 million an episode, for instance, and a source pegs Marvel entries The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision and Hawkeye at as much as $25 million per episode. 

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Sebastian Stan Promises ‘Crazy Stuff’ In Marvel’s ‘Falcon And Winter Soldier’ Disney+ Series
By Nicole Massabrook 10/21/19
https://www.ibtimes.com/sebastian-stan-promises-crazy-stuff-marvels-falcon-winter-soldier-disney-series-2850660 

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“I have seen [the scripts], yeah. I am so excited about it, and it’s gonna be so cool,” he teased at the Fandemic Tour fan convention in Houston over the weekend.

Stan has played Bucky since 2011’s “Captain America: The First Avenger,” but he assured fans that this would finally give them a real look at the character’s mindset.

“All I can say is that it’s definitely new and different from what you’ve seen so far,” he said. “I mean, it’ll be totally in line with everything that has happened and what we’ve seen and so on, but these characters are getting such additional mileage in terms of learning about who they are now, what they feel, what they’re thinking.”
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The actor promised a mix of action and comedy—typical for Marvel Studios—and noted that the twists in “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” will leave audiences in disbelief. “There is some crazy stuff, like stuff you don’t see coming from anywhere and you’re like ‘Oh god!’” he said.

In another question and answer session at Fandemic Tour, Stan was asked about his favorite Winter Soldier arm. Stan teased, “The one from Wakanda has a couple more features that we haven’t explored yet.” It sounds like maybe the limited series could show off more of the arm’s capabilities.

Stan also assured audiences that no one is trying to replace Steve Rogers. “Captain America will never be the same without Chris Evans. It just won’t,” he said. “It doesn’t mean that ‘Captain America’ is over, it just means that that particular [franchise] will never be the same. … Sam and Bucky are going to have to figure out how to incorporate life without that big guy...We’re gonna do our best.”
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“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is set to hit Disney+ in fall 2020. It’ll be the first of several Marvel Studios TV shows on the streaming service that connect to the movies. “Wandavision” and “Loki” are due out in Spring 2021 and “Hawkeye” is set for fall 2021. “She-Hulk,” “Ms. Marvel” and “Moon Knight” are also on the way.

SEBASTIAN STAN Avengers Panel - Fandemic Tour Houston 2019
Fandom Spotlite   Oct. 20, 2019

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On 8/26/2019 at 5:41 PM, Lokiberry said:

Here's the new poster. I'm going to miss Bucky's flowing locks, but he sure does clean up good. 

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Not the hair!  NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!

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On 5/23/2019 at 5:18 AM, strippedhalo said:

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I've also never read the comics, so I don't have any expectations of the characters other than what has been shown in the MCU to date (so: Sam being a beautiful sass machine and Bucky being tragic and long-suffering). Give me six episodes of Sam and Bucky taking down criminals and bickering good-naturedly, and I will be happy.

ITA on the bolded part. This, plus the Loki show are the only reasons I would sign up for Disney+. 

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‘The Falcon & The Winter Soldier’: Carl Lumbly Joins Marvel’s Disney+ Series

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Carl Lumbly (Supergirl, Doctor Sleep), has joined the cast of Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, the Disney+ superhero series now filming in Atlanta and slated to premiere on the subscription streaming service in August.

Lumbly recently had a recurring role as the father of J’onn J’onzz, aka the Martian Manhunter, on The CW series Supergirl. (It was a live-action role that called back to his earlier voice work portraying the Martian Manhunter himself on the well-regarded Justice League animated series.)

 

 

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Not launching Aug 2020 as planned. Principal filming suspended indefinitely.

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https://www.tvguide.com/tv-premiere-dates/

has The Falcon and the Winter Soldier as 

MONDAY DEC 21ST

DISNEY+

Probably a mistake because they list the 

The Walking Dead: World Beyond 

SATURDAY DEC 21ST

AMC

and DEC 21ST is not a Saturday.

Edited by AnimeMania · Reason: Possibly Mistake
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