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Marvel Head Kevin Feige has a Captain America 4 release date in mind

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige knows when Sam Wilson will return in Captain America 4, while development continues on the sequel.

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has a release date in mind for Captain America 4. As Chris Evans now retired from the role that was an integral part of the foundation of the MCU, a new Cap came into the spotlight earlier this year. After handing the shield down to Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson at the end of Avengers: Endgame, the former Falcon struggled with the idea of ​​putting on the cloak that Steve Rogers hails from the Disney + series The falcon and the winter soldier. Along side Steve’s best friend Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), Sam took down the Flag Smashers and fought against John Walker’s American agent before finally putting on the shield in the season finale.


Recently, it was reported that Mackie had finally signed on Captain America 4, solidifying an agreement that seemed to be anything but a guarantee. Right now, it is unclear if there are signs from Falcon and the Winter Soldier starring Sam Wilson in the upcoming film. Although Marvel has their MCU slate dated to early 2023, Captain America 4 does not currently have a confirmed release date. However, this does not mean that there is not one.

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In an interview with Collider, Feige revealed that he may know the release date for Captain America 4. While the manufacturer notes that release dates are constantly changing and changing, especially in recent months, Marvel is planning their releases years in advance. He especially has one in mind for Mackie’s return as Captain America, but of course he did not reveal what it was. See what he had to say below:

Yes, we always work on release dates, that does not mean they do not change and change, certainly as we have seen lately, but we have something specific in mind.

With Marvel’s Phase 4 in full swing, the studio is already looking to the future, and although it is unclear whether it is or not Captain America 4 is part of this slate, or if it will be seen in Phase 5, it is safe to say that it may be some time before the audience gets to see Sam Wilson’s return. The falcon and the winter soldier encapsulated a theme that will be seen throughout Phase 4, with MCU’s old guard sending the cloak down to their newer colleagues. Black widow so Yelena Belova ready to take on the role of Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff and later this year Hailee Steinfelds Kate Bishop is widely believed to be taking over as Hawkeye in the Disney + series of the same name.

While appearances from Sam Wilson should not be counted, Mackie can make small cameos in other MCU projects for a while before he’s at the center again. As the de facto leader of the Avengers, Captain America may be too busy putting together a team to take on its own mission for a while. When he does, though, it’s probably an exciting affair and more than a few familiar faces are likely to return Captain America 4.

More: It’s good Chris Evans is not returning to Captain America 4

Source: Collider

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