Marvel‘s The Falcon and The Winter Soldier TV series has had its release date pushed again following manufacturing delays.
The Disney+ show, which focuses on Anthony Mackie’s Falcon and Sebastian Stan’s Winter Soldier from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was set to drop in August.
However, the streaming web site’s new state for subsequent month reveals no signal of the series, and TVLine studies that the shift is because of manufacturing delays amid coronavirus.
Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan as Falcon and Winter Soldier. CREDIT: MarvelProduction was shut down in Prague back in March as a result of pandemic, with forged and crew subsequently recalled to Atlanta, the place many of the filming has taken place.
Earlier within the yr, deliberate filming was cancelled in Puerto Rico after the island was hit by two earthquakes.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is amongst quite a few upcoming Marvel Disney+ series, together with WandaVision that may see Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprise their roles of Scarlet Witch and Imaginative and prescient, and Loki, which has Tom Hiddleston taking part in the Thor character as soon as again.
Anthony Mackie (Image: Getty)In the meantime, Mackie just lately criticised Marvel Studios for its lack of diversity when hiring manufacturing crews for large projects.
“It actually bothered me that I’ve executed seven Marvel motion pictures the place each producer, each director, each stunt particular person, each costume designer, each PA, each single particular person has been white.”
Speaking of Black Panther‘s largely Black forged and crew, he continued: “I’m like, that’s extra racist that the rest. As a result of should you solely can rent the Black individuals for the Black movie, are you saying they’re not ok when you will have a largely white cast?”
Mackie added: “Rent the most effective particular person for the job. Even when it means we’re going to get the most effective two ladies, we’re going to get the most effective two men.”