Marvel: here's why Sam Wilson's Captain America will be very different from that of Steve Rogers

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The release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever earlier this month coincides with the end of Phase IV of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). À this occasion, we have also offered you; a ranking of all the works in this phase, from worst to worst; the best. And while many Marvel Studios fans are eager to experience Phase V, which is expected to begin next year with the movie Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, one of the most anticipated films of this phase is Captain America: New World Order, which will feature on stage a Captain America very different from what the fans have known.

Marvel: Here's why Sam Wilson's Captain America will be so different from Steve's Rogers


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With a planned release currently for May 2024, Captain America: New World Order will be the fourth opus of the saga dedicated to; one of the most famous members of the Avengers, and will then follow the film Captain America: Civil War (2016). But it will also be part of the continuity of the Falcon and the Winter Soldier mini-series, released last year on Disney+.

But while the first three films of the Captain America saga, at namely First Avenger (2011), The Winter Soldier (2014) and Civil War(2016), featured Steve Rogers' Captain America, this next installment will shed light on Sam Wilson’s new Captain America, embodied in the movie. by Anthony Mackie.

Marvel: Here's why Captain America by Sam Wilson will be very different from that of Steve Rogers

And it would seem that the two iterations of the super-hero will be very different from each other, in any case this is what Nate Moore, one of the producers of Marvel Studios suggests. . After confirming during a recent interview that the filming of the next Captain America 4 movie would start next year, it is in the podcast Phase Zero of Comicbook > that Moore gave; more details on the new release from Wilson, and especially on what differentiates him from Steve Rogers:

[Sam Wilson] is not Steve Rogers, and I think that's a good thing. Because to me, this new Cap is [like] Rocky. He is going to be the underdog in any situation. He's not a super soldier. He's not 100 years old. He doesn't have the Avengers. What happens after this guy announces? publicly, without support: “I'm the new Captain America”? What happens next? I think it's fascinating, because he's a man. He has wings and a shield, but he's a man. So we're going to update it. the test, make it deserve, and see what happens when it is surpassed, outclassed, “above all”. What makes someone a Captain America? I would say already that it's not about being a super-soldier. And I think we'll prove it with Mackie and Sam Wilson.

Marvel: here's why Sam Wilson's Captain America will be so different from Steve Rogers's

Moore then seems to emphasize the human dimension of the character< /strong>, in the sense that & ugrave; He doesn't have any special superpowers. The project therefore seems to have the ambition to show how an “ordinary” human can succeed in take up the torch of a superman, but also that of a historical legend, having taken part in many conflicts in the history of the MCU. We can therefore easily imagine that the two characters will have very different postures, with on the one hand; a heroic figure recognized by all and the other, a man who must prove that he is worthy to bear this name.

Marvel: here's why Sam Wilson's Captain America will be so different from Steve Rogers's

And to find out why this cult Marvel villain does not appear in the trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania , see our previous article on the subject, right here.