A few days ago, Harrison Ford admitted that he had less fun than he imagined on the set of Captain America 4, where he replaced the late William Hurt as Thaddeus Ross, a former general who would become president. United States here.
Out June 28 in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, his fifth and final adventure under the famous archeologist’s hat, the actor is all smiles in this photo shoot posted by Anthony Mackie. And on which we discover the new title of the feature film.
Let’s stop calling it the New World Order, but Brave new world. A little easier to pronounce, in addition to being a good reference to the original title “The best in the world” By Aldous Huxley.
One of the most famous science fiction novels (a variant of dystopia) that focuses on a futuristic and eugenic society, highly hierarchical, divided into various castes, whose individuals, artificially created, are biologically and psychologically conditioned to ensure the stability and continuity of the system. .
What Steve Rogers should have been, in the eyes of his superiors, in, for example, The Winter Soldier or Civil War. Therefore, Brave New World must take on the main themes, Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) as the new owner of the shield. And this idea of biological change to preserve the established order is probably what leads Thaddeus Ross to become the Red Hulk.
In this feature film or Thunderbolts, Marvel’s equivalent of DC’s Suicide Squad and whose release may be delayed as its production is halted due to the writers’ strike in Hollywood. Which should not delay Captain America: Brave New World, as a tweet from Marvel Studios reminds us that it is still expected on May 3, 2024 in the United States. And the first with us.
Can we expect the first trailer at San Diego Comic-Con in late July? Or Tuesday the 4th, America’s National Day, just to set the tone for the first pictures?
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