Everything you need to know about Marvel’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier

With the success of Marvel Cinematic Universe, we don’t see it stopping anytime soon. With fans demanding more and the inclination towards capitalism would bring a great bunch of new movies and TV in MCU. After the success of Endgame which became the highest-grossing movie of all time. And with Spider-man: Far from home, marvel completed its phase 3 and has already released its next phase i.e, the 4th phase with Wanda Vission on Disney+.

Phase 4 shod have started with the Black Widow solo movie but, because of COVID, it got delayed and Wanda Vission kick-started this next phase. This phase is filled with movies and TV shows like Black Widow, The Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Thor: Love and Thunder, Guardians of the Galaxy 3, Hawkeye, Captain Marvel 2, Black Panther 2, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Loki, What If…?, Spider-Man 3, and of course The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

Everything you need to know about Marvel's Falcon and the Winter Soldier

THE PLOT AND TIMELINE:

This show’s timeline will be just after Endgame in which Steve Rogers retired from the mantle of Captain America and it will be passed on to Sam Wilson who played Falcon in MCU and was given the shield at the end of Endgame by Captain himself.

The show will also have Bucky Barnes also known as the winter soldier in the lead role as the name of the show suggests. The show’s antagonists are known as the Flag-Smashers. It’s a team of supersoldiers who went rogue and they are anti-establishment in many forms.

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Everything you need to know about Marvel's Falcon and the Winter Soldier

The show will tackle many problems of this world. One of the things it will tackle is Racism as the title has been hand over to Falcon. We will also feel the urge of American patriotism and the nation’s great hypocrisy.

RELEASE DATE AND WHERE TO WATCH:

The show is all set to release on the 19th of March on Disney+. Kari Skogland is directing this series. She is an amazing director and screenplay writer. She has worked with David Fincher on House of Cards as well as The Walking Dead.

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