Captain America: New World Order It made headlines from Disney’s D23 Expo when it was revealed that Tim Blake Nelson will reprise his role from Incredible Hulk in the movie. However, this certainly wasn’t the last surprisingly large part of sending the news surrounding a Marvel Cinematic Universe character returning to this movie. After William Hurt’s death, Thaddeus Ross’ character was recast with Han Solo and Indiana Jones actor Harrison Ford taking the role. With Ford now positioned to be the new ‘Thunderbolt’ Ross with Captain America 4 For the first time, Marvel fans can’t help but wonder if he will fulfill the fate of the Red Hulk for the character stipulated in the comics.
Nate Mor Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Producer and Vice President of Production at Marvel Studios, spoke to ComicBook.com where he was asked to address the possibility of Ford filming the Red Hulk. “I mean, I guess you’ll have to wait and see,” Moore joked. “You know what I mean? But Harrison Ford, we couldn’t be more excited. Obviously, when you have Han Solo or Indiana Jones co-stars in your movie, it just raises the game level. So, we’re excited to see [Anthony] Mackie and Harrison Ford in scenes together. I think it would be wonderful.”
Ford is no stranger to blockbuster movies, especially with Disney. He recently reprized his role in Han Solo for two star Wars Films in the Sequel Trilogy series and has a fifth Indiana Jones movie on the way. Now, the iconic actor has a major role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Moore previously appeared on the Marvel podcast on Phase Zero of ComicBook.com, where he opened up about Sam Wilson’s journey at the same time. captain America The movie in which Ford will appear.
“I think it’s not Steve Rogers and I think that’s a good thing,” Moore said. phase zero Audio notation. “Because to me, that new hat is Rocky. He’d be the underdog in any situation. He’s not a super soldier. He’s not a hundred years old. He doesn’t have the Avengers. What happens to this guy who kind of publicly declared, without support, ‘I’m the new Captain America? What happens next? I think he’s cool because he’s a man. He’s a man with wings and a shield, but he’s a man. So, we’ll put him in a juicer and make him earn it, and see what happens when he outsmarts him, outsmarts him, outsmarts everything. What makes someone a captain? America? I’d argue he’s not a super soldier. And I think we’ll prove that with Mackie and Sam Wilson.”
Moore’s latest project is Black Panther sequel Wakanda foreverWhich is slated to hit theaters on November 11. Initial reaction to the final film in Phase 4 of the MCU was overwhelmingly positive prior to its release. Are you excited for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever And the Captain America: New World Order? Share your thoughts in the comments section or send them my way Twitter! For more exclusive interviews from Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverPress events, subscribe to Phase Zero YouTube Channel!