Anthony Mackie respond to Captain America’s possible appearance in ‘Thunderbolts’

Anthony Mackie responds humorously to if Captain America appears in the Thunderbolts movie.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which has just a few more episodes, and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which will wrap out the schedule for 2022, are the final two shows in Phase Four. Phase Five, which will begin in 2023 and include movies and TV programs for both new and returning characters, will be the next chapter in The Multiverse Saga, which Marvel Studios is continuing.

Thunderbolts, produced by Marvel Studios as a reaction to Warner Bros’ Suicide Squad franchise will be the final Phase Five MCU film to be released in 2024.

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Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier

Thunderbolts will bring together several villains and heroes with dubious morals after years of Marvel Studios hyping the impending formation of the organization in the MCU. This iteration of the Thunderbolts will include Yelena Belova, Bucky Barnes, Ghost, Taskmaster, US Agent, Red Guardian, and Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, according to a D23 announcement from Marvel Studios. Eric Pearson, the author of the ‘Black Widow’ screenplay, is starting the new project, and Jake Schreier will serve as the director.

The filming won’t begin begin until 2023, so it’s unclear if additional MCU actors will appear in the movie. Sam Wilson, also known as Captain America, is one of the characters currently absent from the film.


If Mackie would appear in Thunderbolts, the question was posed to him in a recent interview with Variety. The star of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier jokingly responded, “I have no idea,” reaffirming Marvel Studios’ covert procedure for informing actors when they may expect to feature in a future MCU production.

Time will tell if Mackie’s response was a diversion to keep his perspective cameo a surprise until Thunderbolts is released in theaters.

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