Qualche giorno fa vi avevamo annunciato la ripartenza delle riprese di The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in Atlanta, Georgia. Nelle ultime ore, la serie originale Disney+ ha aggiunto al suo cast Danny Ramirez, la star di On the Block, e Veronica Falcon, l’attrice di Queen of The South e Perry Mason.

Anche se ancora non sono state diffuse informazioni sul personaggio che Ramirez andrà ad interpretare, alcune fonti riferiscono che il 28enne andrà a ricoprire un ruolo fondamentale nella serie limitata.

Il creatore di John Wick, Derek Kolstad, si è unito al team di scrittura/creativo di The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, anche se i dettagli relativi alla trama sono tenuti sotto chiave, sembra probabile che segua il nuovo status quo di Falcon dopo Avengers: Endgame.

Anthony Mackie (Point Blank) e Sebastian Stan (I, Tonya) riprenderanno i loro ruoli di Sam Wilson e Bucky Barnes. A loro si uniscono i veterani dell’MCU Daniel Bruhl e Emily VanCamp, che torneranno rispettivamente nei panni di Helmut Zemo e Sharon Carter. Nessuno dei due personaggi è apparso sullo schermo dal 2016, ossia da Capitan America: Civil War.

Durante il panel dei Marvel Studios alla D23 Expo 2019, è stato rivelato che Wyatt Russell (Lodge 49, Black Mirror) avrebbe fatto parte del cast nei panni di U.S. Agent. Anche Miki Ishikawa (The Terror: Infamy), Desmond Chiam (Now Apocalypse), Carl Lumbly (Doctor Sleep, Supergirl) e Noah Mills (The Enemy Within) sono stati scelti per la serie.

Per quanto riguardo la Ronin, l’attrice ha fatto sapere al pubblico del suo coinvolgimento nella serie attraverso un post su Instagram che la ritrae sul set della serie Marvel a Praga, a marzo, prima che tutto si fermasse a causa della pandemia.

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#savethearts I was in Prague, working on a @marvel show, when I took this, seems like a million years ago, I can't believe it was only last March! I don't know when or how are we all going to go back to work, everyone in the industry is trying to figure it out, working hard trying to find a way for us to do it safely, not an easy task. I think of the many people & their families affected & my heart breaks, I think of the many theaters closing their doors forever & my soul weeps. The film industry in countries like my Mexico will hardly recover. Even here, in Hollywood many movie theaters, post production & production services, casting, talent & managment agencies will have a hard time recovering. Theaters everywhere from small independent spaces to #Broadway & the #Westend have been dark for months, opera houses, ballet companies, orchestras & performance spaces all over the world are disappearing, thousands of families are struggling and due to the nature of our work, we are at the end of the spectrum to open up. We always say: #theshowmustgoon right now it seems almost impossible…#almost. We are a creative, hard working, passionate community, we are a huge family of dreamers. We are the ones that ran with the circus. Hell, we are the circus! We say the show must go on, and it will! For us and for you, the public. We need the arts, we need entertainment, we need artistic expressions, period! Just think of this Pandemic without films, music, dance,books, shows or art. And you, performers everywhere #inboccaallupo #muchamierda #toitoitoi #breakaleg we will repeat these phrases again, right before going on stage, as we did so many times before! We will play as the players that we are and yes the curtain will rise again, the cameras will roll, the orchestras will play. We the actors, dancers, singers & musicians will perform for you and for us. And you, the audience will once again come to the theaters, the concert halls, the museums & the movies, you will continue to read the books, to watch our shows & complete our work by receiving it as you always have.Why?because art, creative expression are important for us all and are a vital part of our souls.

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Fonte: The Hollywood Reporter