The Falcon and the Winter Soldier presented John Walker, the new Captain America, to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Played by Wyatt Russell, Walker was anxious to lift Cap’s safeguard. By scene three, he’s beginning to give indications of breaking under the tension as the Flag-Smashers keeps on avoiding him and Sam and Bucky stay one stride ahead in the examination. Fans realize that a portion of the Marvel Studios arrangement on Disney+ set up future movies, in any event, presenting new characters for forthcoming films. Could John Walker be one such character? Amusement Tonight put that question to Russell in a recent meeting (included beneath).

“You had the opportunity to call Kevin [Feige],” Russell said. “I don’t have the foggiest idea. That is something that Marvel – you’re not required by any means. That is simply something that, later on, gets obvious or it doesn’t. Furthermore, it has a great deal to do with fans’ opinion, I think, and how they feel about you, where they need to see things go, and that is so out of sight my control that I simply attempt to work effectively and ideally this one is acceptable it’s adequate for them to make more. Yet, it’s over my paygrade.”

John Walker’s Marvel Comics birthplace set him up as the dim Captain America, addressing a form of American nationalism that Steve Rogers would object to. Walker was bound for disappointment as Rogers got back to guarantee that safeguard. During the ET talk, Wyatt clarifies that, while his character may be attempting to follow Captain America’s strides, he isn’t trying to impersonate Chris Evans’ exhibition as Steve Rogers.

“The Marvel understanding was, ‘Look, this is clearly doing whatever it takes not to do what Chris Evans did.’ ‘Alright, extraordinary,'” Russell said. “Furthermore, you sort of do whatever you might feeling like doing and I believe that is something that is a good time for individuals to put on it. It’s truly energizing for individuals to put onto the character. ‘All things considered, you’re not that person!’ That’s sort of the point. It’s sort of the thing you’re playing. It’s enjoyable to be the Marvel punching pack briefly.”

While Steve Rogers will not have returned to guarantee the safeguard in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, fans anticipate that Sam Wilson should take up the protection by the arrangement’s end. What’s next for John Walker stays obscure.

In the funnies, Walker’s story proceeds with when he takes up the title U.S. Specialist and attempts to break liberated from Cap’s shadow and make up for himself. As U.S. Specialist, Walker proceeds to join the Avengers and the Thunderbolts. The last of those two groups might be ready to make its Marvel Cinematic Universe debut.

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