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"Captain America 4" gets a name change for 2024 release

The name changes but the shield remains
The name changes but the shield remains

8 Jun – Hear ye! Hear ye! It looks like the new Captain America movie has a new title now!

Marvel Studios announced the change of the title to its 4th Captain America movie, which was originally titled, "Captain America: New World Order".

On 6 June, the studio shared a photo of actor Anthony Mackie, who is the new captain following Chris Evans' departure in "Avengers: Endgame", with fellow new addition Harrison Ford, and wrote, "Captain America: Brave New World, in theatres May 3, 2024."

The movie was previously titled
The movie was previously titled "New World Order"
Harrison Ford, did you hear about our movie's new title?
Harrison Ford, did you hear about our movie's new title?

Meanwhile, Mackie also posted the same photo on his Instagram to express his excitement about working with Ford, who has been cast to be the new General "Thunderbolt" Ross following the passing of original actor William Hurt.

"When Harrison Ford tells you how kicking ass should look, you listen! LoL... Thanks for the on set wisdom and laughs my friend! Can't wait to do it again..." he posted.

Prior to playing Captain America, Mackie had been playing the role of Falcon since "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" in 2014.

Anthony Mackie donning the Captain America suit in
Anthony Mackie donning the Captain America suit in "The Falcon and The Winter Soldier"



Related Movies:
Captain America: Brave New World (Not Showing)
Marvel's Captain America: Civil War (28 Apr 2016)
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (27 Mar 2014)
Captain America: The First Avenger (28 Jul 2011)

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