Disney+ revealed that the Falcons and Winter Soldiers have been postponed to 2021. Considering that the production of Marvel series products has been suspended for several months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, this can be expected. Filming resumed in early September, but Marvel Studios does not seem to have enough time to complete the show before 2020. Marvel already has a series-WandaVision-scheduled for release in December and will now be its first Disney+ series instead of The Falcon. And the Winter Soldier.
The Disney+ app and website show that “Falcon” and “Winter Soldier” are now “to be launched in 2021.” If you are in India, you will not be able to access them because all Disney + (disneyplus.com) links redirect to Disney + Hotstar (hotstar.com), and there is not even a list about The Falcon and Winter Soldier. , Not to mention the release window. Neither Marvel nor Disney made any official comments, but the changes in the app are as close as what you will officially release.
For Marvel fans, the (expected) delays of The Falcon and Winter Soldier add to the sadness that is already 2020. Black widowIt is currently expected to start in early November and is expected to be postponed again to an undetermined date in 2021. This means that 2020 will be the first time since 2009-2008 iron Man And 2010’s “Iron Man 2”-we will not see Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. Value for money, WandaVision in December will ensure that it is not a year without MCU at all.
Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan once again play Sam Wilson/Falcon and Bucky Barnes in the Disney+Marvel series Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier. Captain America will also join them: Civil War villain Daniel Brühl (Daniel Brühl) as Baron Helmut Zemo, Emily VanCamp (Emily VanCamp) as Peggy Carter’s niece, former Sheldon agent Sharon Carter ( Sharon Carter), Wyatt Russell (Wyatt Russell) is the successor of Captain America, John Walker funded by the US government.
Malcolm Spellman (Empire) is the creator and lead writer of “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier”, and the director is Kari Skogland (“The Maid’s Tale” ). According to reports, the aircraft has a budget of 150 million U.S. dollars (approximately 11 billion rupees), which is as much as Marvel’s expenditure in fiscal year 2011. Thor.
The Falcon and Winter Soldier will be available on Disney + Hotstar sometime in 2021. It was originally scheduled to be held in August, but it could not be achieved due to the pandemic.