‘Captain America 4’: Anthony Mackie says he hasn’t heard anything officially

After The Hollywood Reporter said earlier this week that Anthony Mackie would star in Captain America 4, fans around the world were excited about the project.

The singer Sam Wilson played the role of Captain America in “Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” and it’s fair to follow Steve Rogers’ legacy on the big screen, isn’t it?

However, Mackie spoke to Entertainment Weekly and said he hasn’t officially heard anything.

“I literally only discovered this yesterday in a supermarket. The guy at the cash register named Dwayne lifted his cell phone and showed me the news. He was like, ‘Wow, man. Is it really real? I didn’t react and just said what I knew: “So, buddy, I haven’t heard anything from Marvel officially.” “

Even so, the star said he was excited about the idea:

“But that’s what I love about Marvel, they do surprises. They call you and say, “Come to Los Angeles. We want to tell you what’s going on. So, I can’t wait to see what happens, but I haven’t heard anything official. “

Previously, screenwriter and executive producer Malcolm Spellman – who scripted the series and was linked to the film’s script – also gave fans a cold shower.

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Speaking to ComicBook, Spellman played down these reports and suggested that fans shouldn’t get too excited until they hear this news from official sources, such as Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige.

“Who said the movie was going to happen? It was kevin [Feige]. I wouldn’t trust anything you don’t hear directly from the man himself! “, He said.

In other words, until official confirmation doesn’t come from Marvel, you better not get too excited.

Recalling that THR has stated that the film will continue the adventures of Sam Wilson as he takes on his role as the new Freedom Sentinel.

Executive producer Nate Moore had already made plans for a follow-up during an interview with IndieWire earlier this week.

“We’re definitely exchanging ideas because we always like to think about where things can go, but also, frankly, in the height of the pandemic, we’re just trying to end the series and make it happen. timely”. Moore said. “I hope at the end of this season you will see the potential of what we can count on next season.”

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