Falcon and the Winter Soldier's release date pushed back
There's still some filming left to do so a new release date isn't currently available.
Disney has confirmed that its Falcon and The Winter Soldier series won’t make its original August 2020 premiere date.
Like nearly every other Hollywood project, production was halted back in March due to the coronavirus outbreak and filming has yet to resume.
It’s impossible to predict a new release date given that we don’t know how much filming was completed prior to the shutdown.
Stars Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan have both said there’s not much left to do however.
Set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, the show follows the two titular heroes (played by Mackie and Stan respectively) as they face off against Daniel Bruhl’s villain Captain Zemo.
Wyatt Russell is set to appear as John Walker/U.S. Agent, a militaristic Captain America successor created by the government, with Emily Van Camp also returning as S.H.I.E.L.D agent Sharon Carter.
The only footage fans have been treated to so far is the 30-second teaser trailer released during this year’s Superbowl.
WandaVision, the other Marvel Disney+ series set to premiere this year, is reportedly still on track for its December release date having wrapped filming in early March.
Not too much is known about the surreal sounding show but it will see Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprise their respective roles in an alternate reality of different classic sitcoms.
Source: The Verge