Stop us if you have heard this one before… but Disney has announced a new flurry of date changes for multiple upcoming Marvel films, including the follow-up to TV’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Captain America: Brave New World, and the Thunderbolts team-up movie that involves antiheroes from both Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye.
Captain America: Brave New World, starring Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson/Cap and with Harrison Ford succeeding William Hurt as Thaddeus ”Thunderbolt” Ross, was at first penciled in for May 2024 and then got pushed to July. Now it won’t hit theaters until Feb. 14, 2025.
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Thunderbolts, most recently pegged for Dec. 20, 2024, has been pushed back seven full months, to July 25, 2025. Announced back in fall of 2022, the team-up movie finds Falcon‘s Sebastian Stan and Wyatt Russell and Hawkeye‘s Florence Pugh continuing their respective arcs as Bucky Barnes, John Walker and Yelena Belova. Falcon‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus, the Black Widow movie’s David Harbour (as Alexei/Red Guardian) and Olga Kurylenko (as Antonia/Taskmaster), and Ant-Man 2‘s Hannah John-Kamen (as Ava/Ghost), round out the cast.
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Also landing new slots on Disney/Marvel’s release schedule are Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman’s Deadpool 3, which will now bow July 26, 2024, and the Mahershala Ali-led Blade reboot, which was announced at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con but reportedly encountered all manner of pre-production problems and now won’t hit theaters until Nov. 7, 2025.
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