Falcon and Winter Soldier: Marvel New Trailer Out


A trailer for TV series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is out. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier pairs two Marvel Cinematic Universe characters who, save for Peggy Carter, had been closest to Steve Rogers or Captain America — Sam Wilson or Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes or the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan).

The last we saw Captain America, he was retiring after spending a lifetime with his love Peggy. He presented his iconic shield to Falcon, but it does not look like the latter will get to keep it. Falcon also talks about the “complicated” legacy of the shield, which may be about the US government’s Super Soldier experiments on black soldiers in the comics.

The series is set after the events of Avengers: Endgame and follows the two superheroes in their adventures together. The trailer promises oodles of action and the inevitably uneasy relationship the two will share before becoming fast friends.

Marvel, Marvel, Marvel! As if the name always wants to create marvelous and super cool things. Just a few days ago, they launched the trailer of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.” It seems like the story will take a new course from where these two superheroes left Captain America in the Endgame. The trailer already has around 7 million views in two days. And, the content and story are promising where these two will continue their fight against wrong elements. The movie is going to premiere on 19th March 2021. We will discuss the newly launched trailer of Marvel’s The Falcon and Winter Soldier.

Legacy of the Shield is Complicated

The very first line and the music will bring the tormenting attraction. After Captain America, someone has to maintain the legitimacy of his shield. Falcon and Winter Soldier are trying to provide a symbol to the world that can assure them that the world is safer. But, some mask-covered elements are intruding on society. Hence, they need to act as much as they can to keep the intruders away from the people. Plan or no plan they have to succeed. The trailer contains less dialogue delivery but will widen the horizon. As of now, this 111 seconds trailer talks less about the story. But, one can take out the gist within 30 to 40 seconds of the trailer.

The trailer showcases cinematic-level action scenes which suggests that Disney is not going to skimp on the budget. It is not clear the threats the two will face, but judging by the trailer, they will be pretty deadly ones.

Daniel Brühl and Emily VanCamp will reprise the role of Zemo and Sharon Carter from Captain America: Civil War, though it is not clear how they fit into the story.