Anthony Mackie says his Captain America activity figure from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier looks more like Jamie Foxx. Since the time Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) passed the famous Captain America safeguard onto Sam Wilson (Mackie) two years prior toward the finish of Avengers: Endgame, fans anticipated that he should in the end take on the position. At the point when Disney+’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier was declared, it was normal this would occur sooner or later during the show’s run.
Showing up on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Mackie kidded that his Captain America figure looks more like Jamie Foxx. Mackie started his appearance with a reference to Eddie Murphy’s Gumby character on SNL, “I’m Captain America, hell!,” and proceeded to say that it is “lowering and energizing” to be Captain America. Later on in the meeting, Colbert flaunted a pre-delivered Sam Wilson-Captain America activity figure, which provoked the response from Mackie, “From this distance, he looks more like Jamie Foxx than me,” which was met with snickers from Colbert and his group. Mackie conceded this was his first time seeing the doll.
Despite the fact that Foxx has not yet formally showed up in the MCU, he is relied upon to repeat his job as Max Dillion/Electro from 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in the forthcoming MCU film Spider-Man: No Way Home. Thinking about the interconnectivity of the MCU, Mackie and Foxx may really show up in a Marvel film together later on down the line.
Hawk And The Winter Solider dug into how it affects a Black hero in a country that isn’t continually tolerating of that thought. Alongside John Walker turning out to be US Agent before the finish of the arrangement, these thoughts will probably be investigated further in the as of late reported Captain America film. A second period of Falcon And The Winter Soldier likewise stays a chance, particularly after the show’s last title card saw it change to Captain America and The Winter Soldier.