CAPTAIN AMERICA: BRAVE NEW WORLD Scene Description From Filming Permit Reveals Sam Wilson Will Fight [SPOILER]

CAPTAIN AMERICA: BRAVE NEW WORLD Scene Description From Filming Permit Reveals Sam Wilson Will Fight [SPOILER] CAPTAIN AMERICA: BRAVE NEW WORLD Scene Description From Filming Permit Reveals Sam Wilson Will Fight [SPOILER]

With Captain America: Brave New World reshoots now taking place, a scene description revealed in a filming permit suggests Sam Wilson will end up squaring off with the cops! Potential spoilers follow...

By JoshWilding - May 29, 2024 06:05 AM EST

Reshoots for Captain America: Brave New World are now taking place and we have some fairly unrevealing photos from the movie's set. There's no sign of the cast (not yet, at least), but a filming permit reveals potential spoilers for Sam Wilson's first solo outing. 

The plan is to shoot an action sequence that will see Sam's car stopped by police using spike traps. A shootout follows, with one of the cops taking a bullet and the hero's car eventually exploding. 

A hand-to-hand fight will follow, meaning we hopefully get something akin to Captain America: The Winter Soldier's memorable action scenes.

The new Captain America going on the run from the police has already been rumoured, though it sounds like this is either a replacement or addition to a sequence in the CinemaCon trailer with Sam being stopped by the authorities in Washington D.C.

It now seems safe to assume that President Ross uses his powers to make the former Falcon a fugitive. While we're not sure why, it's not as if this would be the first time Ross has butted heads with an Avenger! 

Earlier this year, Anthony Mackie said Captain America: Brave New World is "10 times bigger" than The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and addressed the dynamic between Cap and the new Falcon, Joaquin Torres. "They're evenly yoked. They're both military guys. I was his commanding officer. We have more of a friendship as opposed to the way I admired Steve or the way I didn't like Bucky."

"This movie is a clear reset. It really reestablishes the idea of what this universe is and what this universe is going to be," the actor added. "I think with these movies, you're getting a clear, new branding of what Marvel is headed towards the same way they did with Captain America: The Winter Soldier."

Stay tuned for more on this one as we're expecting a fresh round of set photos to find their way online soon. 

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, 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 is now taking place in Atlanta, Georgia.

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

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CerealKiller1 - 5/29/2024, 6:20 AM
“A hand-to-hand fight will then follow, bringing back fond memories of Captain America: The Winter Soldier's action scenes”

Have you seen this new fight? What kind of garbage sentence is this?
DravenCorvis - 5/29/2024, 6:24 AM
@CerealKiller1 - 😂👏

He couldn't resist putting his own spin on it.
Odekahn - 5/29/2024, 8:19 AM
@DravenCorvis - I cringe at least once every time I read one of his articles. And how he can’t write a single article about Disney without calling it the House of Mouse 🤦🏻‍♂️
marvel72 - 5/29/2024, 8:48 AM
@CerealKiller1 -

Yeah he had to compare it to the best Captain America movie and quite possibly the best movie from the MCU.
VISIONaryNPa1 - 5/29/2024, 10:02 AM
@CerealKiller1 - like I said, Josh is an idiot
dagenspear - 5/29/2024, 1:44 PM
@VISIONaryNPa1 - LORD willing, insulting isn't right.
VISIONaryNPa1 - 5/29/2024, 2:01 PM
@dagenspear - vant help but speak the truth tbf.
TheVisionary25 - 5/29/2024, 6:50 AM

Sam supposedly becoming a fugitive feels a bit too reminiscent of TWS or even some other occasions in the MCU with Steve so I hope it’s done in a more fresh way otherwise it would feel like retreading old ground to an extent.

It seems like Sterns has some kind of mind control ability or device going by description of footage we have read so I could see him maybe using that on Ross and having him make Sam into a fugitive so that he’s too busy to interfere in his plans.

Anyway , still looking forward to the film!!.

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TheMetaMan - 5/29/2024, 7:03 AM
Captain America on the run from the cops and becoming a government fugitive. Isn’t this is a retread of Winter Solider & Civil War?? Reminds of the mission impossible movies where in every film Ethan Hunt is an enemy of the state and the IMF declare him a highly dangerous fugitive. You gotta love the originality and innovation from the writers lol. So it seems Captain Sam will be on the run for at least half of the movie, evading Ross’s forces, teams up with some other good guys then takes the fight to Ross who may or may not transform into Red Hulk. Figures…
TheVisionary25 - 5/29/2024, 7:07 AM
@TheMetaMan - I guess you aren’t really Captain America unless you turn against the government atleast once lol

I am Intrigued to see how Sam will beat someone whose power is his super intelligence
Origame - 5/29/2024, 7:05 AM
So basically winter soldier wannabe #57. Just what we needed after that awful show 🙄
Matchesz - 5/29/2024, 7:10 AM
Ofc you gotta have the cops be the bad guys just following orders again. Cause all the defund the police people work at disney
Origame - 5/29/2024, 10:34 AM
@Matchesz - I just don't get defund the police. Reform the police, yeah. But defund the police is just asking for rampant crime problems. And have you seen LA lately?
Killuminatic - 5/29/2024, 11:20 AM
@Matchesz - Shutup bootlicker.

Heroes going “rogue” and becoming fugitives are classic tropes but now you seem to have a problem. Whole governments in this fictional universe were infiltrated by Hydra and Aliens, but yeah, they’re pushing the “cops are bad guys” agenda. We saw how corrupt the police and FBI were depicted in Daredevil…

But now, with one instance of rebelliousness based on this report, where the character seems to stay true to himself and remains consistent with what he stands for as well as how he’s always been portrayed in the past, and in many mediums, you’re conflating that with a whole larger issue that you’re projecting onto it, which displeases you, without even being fully aware of context, and jumping to conclusions.
Matchesz - 5/29/2024, 11:35 AM
@Origame - i just believe it was undercover criminals taking advantage of a situation and our current government is all about catering to criminals these days. I’m actually going to LA in a couple weeks lol last time i was there me n my friend caught someone lookin into ppls cars in a hotel parking lot near hollywood blvd 😂
Matchesz - 5/29/2024, 11:46 AM
@Killuminatic - “We saw how corrupt the police and FBI were depicted in Daredevil…“

Yeah, they did a great job showing corruption in daredevil, but now rumors are about Punisher being about corrupt racist cops and this being about “non corrupt” cops trying to catch black captain america. And then the shady TVA cops in deadpool 3. Cmon..
Killuminatic - 5/29/2024, 12:19 PM
@Matchesz - So it’s a classical trope that seems like it will continue. What is your point here?
SonOfAGif - 5/29/2024, 12:58 PM
@Matchesz - How are the cops the bad guys when they're doing their jobs to arrest and detain a wanted fugitive? It's the same concept in every movie. Terminator, ET, Transformers, and so on. Every opportunity you find to inject your racist and hateful rhetoric you will do it. Grow up and accept that people of color and minorities exist. You're anti "woke" stance has gotten old and you still haven't found a girlfriend because of it.
dagenspear - 5/29/2024, 1:41 PM
@Matchesz - Officials were antagonists in the last 2 Captain America movies.
dagenspear - 5/29/2024, 1:43 PM
@SonOfAGif - I didn't see a mention of race in their post in connection to this conversation.
Matchesz - 5/29/2024, 2:29 PM
@SonOfAGif - what i said got nothin to do about race just that cops always the antagonists and puttin the brother down, if u think what i said was anti woke then u notice the pattern too
SonOfAGif - 5/29/2024, 4:38 PM
@Matchesz - Firstly the main character of a movie isn't always a good guy. The cops have been after heroes in stories for as long as I can remember. It doesn't make police the villain. It portrays them accurately doing their job. In The Winter Soldier, The police were only after Steve because SHIELD(HYDRA) labeled him a wanted fugitive. The reason the police were after him again in Civil War because he was aiding a wanted war criminal. So how are the cops the bad guys in those circumstances?
SonOfAGif - 5/29/2024, 4:40 PM
@dagenspear - Reading is fundamental. But if you want to pretend like he wasn't trying to race bait an argument than continue to be a deer in headlights on the subject matter. The defund the police debate came from the BLM protests. And he stated those folks work for Disney. But sure let's pretend it isn't about race.
Killuminatic - 5/29/2024, 5:02 PM
@Matchesz - Have you ever seen an action movie before? Ironically, the cops are doing their jobs in these films like @SonOfAGif said, which is what creates the conflict. The only one putting the “putting the brother down” spin on it is you. This trope of law enforcement being antagonists is a classic and recurring theme in countless films across different genres, like “Terminator” and “The Fugitive.” It’s about creating tension and exploring moral complexities, not pushing a specific agenda.
dagenspear - 5/29/2024, 5:46 PM
@SonOfAGif - I didn't speak on pretending anything either way. I spoke on what was said. Did they mention race? From what I saw, no. Maybe they intended to be referring to that here, but to pretend you know what they're referring to when they haven't said it I think is an assumption.
dagenspear - 5/29/2024, 5:48 PM
@Killuminatic - LORD willing, insulting isn't right.
Killuminatic - 5/29/2024, 6:06 PM
@dagenspear - Huh?
SonOfAGif - 5/29/2024, 6:25 PM
@dagenspear - (and this being about “non corrupt” cops trying to catch black captain america.)

When SHIELD and local police came after Steve Rogers in Winter Soldier it wasn't an issue. When the CIA and Local police came after Steve Rogers in Civil War it wasn't a problem. But because police are after Sam Wilson suddenly it's an agenda to vilify Police Officers for coming after a black character? If you don't see the racial aspect of his post then you aren't looking at it from a different lense. His issue is the police coming after a black character because it's part of the defund the police agenda. But when it was a white character there was no injustice to Police officers being done.
BabyLasagna - 5/30/2024, 7:42 AM
@Matchesz - Tin foil hat alert here.
Dude that trope is older than time itself.

IronMan616 - 5/29/2024, 7:17 AM
"Captain America" a fugitive from the government? Wow, that's never been done before, how original! Oh wait...
vectorsigma - 5/29/2024, 7:44 AM
Cloverfield Paradox director. 🫠
TheFinestSmack - 5/29/2024, 7:45 AM
Put this movie on flop-watch!
bkmeijer1 - 5/29/2024, 7:48 AM
This description kinda sounds like The Winter Soldier, and while that movie is still amongst the best I do wanna see this movie do it's own thing. An antagonistic relation with the government could work though, especially if Leader is whispering is Ross' ear
mountainman - 5/29/2024, 7:51 AM
For the 3rd movie in a row, Captain America will be on the run from the government. This sounds original and exciting!
DarkeyeZ - 5/29/2024, 8:13 AM
I say this too often, but I'm gonna say it again...I gotta stop clicking on "articles" written by Josh Wilding. This was a whole lot of words telling us nothing. was the spoiler that he will fight the cops? I usually avoid "articles" by Josh and just search the info from his headlines to see if anyone else on the internet is reporting what he reports and then check their article instead. We need to boycott this clickbait BS. He is as bad as "".
Odekahn - 5/29/2024, 8:20 AM
@DarkeyeZ - LMAO I do the same. And I agree with every word you wrote!
cubichy - 5/29/2024, 8:14 AM
There is only 1 Captain America and that is Steve Rogers. The falcon cannot be Cap, no matter how much they try, they will fail. I have zero interest in seeing a non-super powered person fight super powered people, the whole thing sounds like its headed for a cliff, I have zero interest in watching. Bring back Steve rogers, Captain America, they always did so in the comics, and you got a billion-dollar movie or make it funny, parody like and you will get the Love and blunder, marvels, furiosa, blue beetle turnout.
marvel72 - 5/29/2024, 9:07 AM
@cubichy -

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ItsNotForMeWahh - 5/29/2024, 9:55 AM
@cubichy - Refusing to believe it doesn't mean he isn't Cap, just means you are wrong
STINGRAY - 5/29/2024, 10:42 AM
@marvel72 - a Trump pic....?

Orange Jesus can wear all the Red ties, White shirts and Blue suits he wants, with lil` Flag pins...
He can dry-hump a Flag at every rally.....
Shill faux digital Trading Cards depicting him as some farcical 'hero' that he never was....

NONE OF IT will make him 'Captain America'.

He`s just a ...
Fascist Asshole!
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