CAPTAIN AMERICA: BRAVE NEW WORLD Crew Members Confirm Work Has Finally Wrapped On Reshoots

CAPTAIN AMERICA: BRAVE NEW WORLD Crew Members Confirm Work Has Finally Wrapped On Reshoots

Captain America: Brave New World has wrapped its reshoots, and with those supposedly taking place to fix the movie's action scenes, we're sure you'll be excited to learn of a new addition to the crew.

By JoshWilding - Jul 01, 2024 09:07 AM EST

Much has been said about Captain America: Brave New World's reshoots, though the prevailing opinion among social media's scoopers (and the trades) is that the intention has always been to fix the movie's action scenes, not the story. 

Today, we bring word that the 2025 movie's additional photography is finally completed. The news comes from crew members who went online to celebrate what will be the final movie worked on by veteran first assistant director Michele Panelli-Venetis.

We're also hearing that Creed III fight coordinator Mark R. Miscione was tapped to serve in the same role for Captain America: Brave New World's reshoots. Those have seen Giancarlo Esposito board the movie in a mystery role and, supposedly, scrapped the Serpent Society.

Most of the cast appear to have been involved with the reshoots, including The Incredible Hulk star Tim Blake Nelson.

"[I'm] very excited about it. I'm headed to Atlanta tomorrow to continue working on that," he said of his return as The Leader last month. "It's been very exciting to bring back a character from 16 years ago and imagine how he has aged with me and how that has manifested."

"The Marvel team has come up with a really interesting explanation - revelation, I should say, as to what he's been up to for 16 years and why."

We're intrigued by what that might be and wouldn't be shocked if the villain has been forced to work for the U.S. Government in secret. If so, it could explain how President Ross becomes the rampaging Red Hulk. 

"I had a great time filming it," Nelson recently told us about his role in the movie. "And [I] worked with the Marvel team and this wonderful makeup artist named David Atherton with whom I've collaborated on a dozen movies now."

"I think people are going to be pretty excited about what this guy looks like. And what he has to say and what he does," he teased. "All power to the amazing team over there at Marvel."

What are you most excited about seeing in Captain America: Brave New World?

Captain America: Brave New World's cast includes Anthony Mackie, Harrison Ford, Danny Ramirez, Carl Lumbly, Tim Blake Nelson, Shira Haas, Liv Tyler, Xosha Roquemore, Giancarlo Esposito, and WWE Superstar Seth Rollins.

Julius Onah helms the movie from a screenplay by Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson, though the director is believed to have also taken a pass at it. Matthew Orton, meanwhile, has written new scenes for the additional photography which, as noted, has now wrapped in Atlanta, Georgia.

Captain America: Brave New World is set to arrive in theaters on February 14, 2025.

Captain America: Brave New World's cast includes Anthony Mackie, Harrison Ford, Danny Ramirez, Carl Lumbly, Tim Blake Nelson, Shira Haas, Liv Tyler, Xosha Roquemore, Giancarlo Esposito, and WWE Superstar Seth Rollins.

Julius Onah helms the movie from a screenplay by Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson, though the director is believed to have also taken a pass at it. Matthew Orton, meanwhile, has written new scenes for the additional photography which, as noted, has now wrapped in Atlanta, Georgia.

Captain America: Brave New World is set to arrive in theaters on February 14, 2025.

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gambgel
gambgel - 7/1/2024, 9:56 AM
Until...... the next round of reshoots XD
bobevanz
bobevanz - 7/1/2024, 9:57 AM
... again lol
WhateverItTakes
WhateverItTakes - 7/1/2024, 10:07 AM
they have given up at this point
DeadClunge
DeadClunge - 7/1/2024, 10:08 AM
Cap stays dripping
HashTagSwagg
HashTagSwagg - 7/1/2024, 10:09 AM
I could be wrong here but didn't the recent reports say those new reshoots with Guts from Breaking Bad turned out to not resonate with test audiences? or was that the reshoots before the reshoots that came after the previous reshoots that were reshot during the reshoots?
Origame
Origame - 7/1/2024, 11:56 AM
@HashTagSwagg - let's face it, the only way this movie isn't getting more reshoots is if someone points out the budget for this movie is already insane.

https://www.gamereactor.eu/captain-america-brave-new-world-reported-to-have-a-350-million-budget-1405263/
TheVisionary25
TheVisionary25 - 7/1/2024, 10:13 AM
Cool!!.

Congrats to Ms Venetis , hell of a career having not just worked on Jurassic Park but Robocop , Honey I Shrunk the Kids and the Ricketeer aswell so hope she enjoys her retirement!!.

Also getting Mark R Miniscone as the fight coordinator is a good addition given his work on Creed 3 (he also worked on The Gray Man aswell which is a good sign too imo).

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Anyway , hope it turns out well since I’m looking forward to it!!.
Feralwookiee
Feralwookiee - 7/1/2024, 10:22 AM
This movie's budget, with reshoots, is rumored to be around $375 million dollars.

https://www.worldofreel.com/blog/2024/6/27/captain-america-brave-new-world-has-a-budget-of-350m-375m

To put it in perspective, Endgame cost "only" $350 million.
I think it's nearly impossible that this flick turns a profit and it might be the flop that finally destroys Marvel Studios.
FireandBlood
FireandBlood - 7/1/2024, 10:34 AM
@Feralwookiee - If DC can survive after a consecutive string of 8 flops, I’m sure Marvel Studios and its highest grossing film franchise of all-time will be just fine.
ObserverIO
ObserverIO - 7/1/2024, 10:37 AM
@FireandBlood - The DCEU lasted ten years. TEN YEARS!
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FireandBlood
FireandBlood - 7/1/2024, 10:41 AM
@ObserverIO - 10 whole years of disappointment
Apophis71
Apophis71 - 7/1/2024, 10:42 AM
@FireandBlood - I mean if it turns out to be a good film with a decent BO (for the sake of a number $700M or more) does it realy matter if on paper it turns a profit or not, Disney can afford to make a loss if it then is also a big draw when it lands on D+ due to decent WoM.

They just can't realy afford to turn out any more subpar MCU movies for a while, that is more what matters in the runup to the Avengers movie so that brand trust is back on track.
FireandBlood
FireandBlood - 7/1/2024, 10:45 AM
@Apophis71 - It doesn’t, no. Restoring interest in the franchise is far more important, and between this, Daredevil and Thunderbolts next year, they’ve got a real good shot at it.
Feralwookiee
Feralwookiee - 7/1/2024, 10:48 AM
@FireandBlood - You're probably right.
Disney still has tons of money to burn.
That said, these budgets are beyond out of control and there is no way a non-"event film" should have a budget this big.
Eventually, they will have to adjust after flops like Ant Man 3, The Marvels, and likely Cap 4.
While Disney can endure financial losses like this, their shareholders sure aren't gonna want to keep taking L's.
ObserverIO
ObserverIO - 7/1/2024, 11:26 AM
@FireandBlood - I get worried that Superman is gonna screw the pooch so hard that the DCU is DOA, but then I remember how long the DCEU lasted even though it screwed the pooch with it's second movie and continued screwing the pooch long after the poor little pup had passed on. 10 years! lol

If Marvel do [frick] up, beyond repair, they will still last for DECADES before there are no more Marvel movies. And there are bound to be some films that are receieved well in those decades (like Wonder Woman or Aquaman in the DCEU) and that'll keep 'em going.
braunermegda
braunermegda - 7/1/2024, 12:03 PM
@Feralwookiee - adjusting inflation, the movie should cost 455,67 million to have "the same cost" as avengers, and that considering 2019 and not 2017 or 2018, when it was filmed.

Still is a pretty good amount that they'll have a hard time to turn into a profit after distribution and cinemas and marketing etc. I just hope it's a good movie, because if it's bad clearly marvel hasn't learn anything and doubtfully will.
FireandBlood
FireandBlood - 7/1/2024, 12:07 PM
@ObserverIO - Superman’s the one movie you can count on being good. That, and the HBO Green Lantern show. In fact, seeing how seriously Gunn is taking Green Lantern should give you a better idea of his intentions here. It’s certainly gave me more confidence.

On top of that, he’s spinning Supergirl off Superman right off the gate, firmly establishing the Superman family on screen just like that. I’m not entirely confident yet in all of this, but based on the moves he’s made lately, he might just pull this off and pull it off well.

And I say this as a DC fan that’s been disenfranchised by all the [frick]ry for so long, I couldn’t pinpoint exactly how long ago it was I lost interest. But I’m starting to pay attention again. Just a little.
AnthonyVonGeek
AnthonyVonGeek - 7/1/2024, 10:52 AM
And after another bad early screening Disney will be like.
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mountainman
mountainman - 7/1/2024, 10:53 AM
Creed III was the worst of the trilogy but that probably had more to do with MBJs direction and the writing than the fight coordinator. Some of those fights were intense.
MotherGooseUPus
MotherGooseUPus - 7/1/2024, 11:12 AM
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BritishMonkey
BritishMonkey - 7/1/2024, 11:38 AM
Man, scrapping the Serpent Society again? What rotten luck.
TheShellyMan
TheShellyMan - 7/1/2024, 11:55 AM
This movie sounds like a mess.
McCabe
McCabe - 7/1/2024, 12:01 PM
this movie costs 375 million and advertising will cost another 150-200 million this movie is going to bomb i think at this stage marvel should shelve this movie and take the tax cut like they did with the batgirl movie and after deathpool 3 scrap the entire marvel movies and tv shows and start fresh with x-men and fantastic four and focus on them for the next decade like they did with the first faze of marvel movies up until end game then after that combine the two that way we get a break from avengers and get to know the marvel x-men and fantastic four. its the only thing that makes sense to me. we are all burnt out with marvel at this stage.
HulkisHoly
HulkisHoly - 7/1/2024, 12:19 PM
I really want this movie to be good but I just don’t know if it will be able to beat the odds at this point.
thedrudo
thedrudo - 7/1/2024, 12:25 PM
Budget sounds insane but if they make a fun movie that continues the momentum (I'm assuming) that Deadpool/Wolverine delivers, I guess that's a win for Marvel.

I'm not super interested in this tbh, but I've been steadily getting more and more excited for Thunderbolts. Can't wait to see what Pullman does. Hopefully he's not wasted because I love that dude so much.
HistoryofMatt
HistoryofMatt - 7/1/2024, 12:27 PM
Four. Hundred. Million. Dollars.

Captain Falcon 4 is not only gonna be awful, it stands the chance of losing the most money of any movie ever.
HerrmanM
HerrmanM - 7/1/2024, 1:49 PM
People complaining about the budget like it’s their money…
MisterDoctor217
MisterDoctor217 - 7/1/2024, 2:27 PM
@HerrmanM -

I’ve always said they could use this money to help people , this money could be invested in research, resources, education, but no, they rather waste almost half a billion dollars on a movie that will probably fail given that most people don’t seem interested in it at this point.

Burning that much money on something like that should be studied.

Movies used to be 100 to 150 million 8 years ago.
And they usually made a profit.
I don’t understand why they can’t go back to that.
Izaizaiza
Izaizaiza - 7/1/2024, 2:12 PM
What a coincidence! Based on the recent actions of the Supreme Court, it looks like America has wrapped as well
DocSpock
DocSpock - 7/1/2024, 3:17 PM

I am now very interested in seeing this. It could be great. And a LOT rides on it.

Will we get greatness like the Winter Soldier movie or garbage like the FalCrap & WS TV show? Can Mackie pull off headlining a massive movie?

Only time will tell. Place your bets.


RitoRevolto
RitoRevolto - 7/1/2024, 5:22 PM
We need a trailer for this soon.
Scenicguy99
Scenicguy99 - 7/1/2024, 8:05 PM
Spoiler alert, the reshoots were basically to implement Captain America as the first gay superhero, this is Disney's new agenda

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