Yesterday, a report dropped that Marvel Studios was looking to resume production on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in the fall. Now, a new report has come out and production could be coming sooner than we think.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, their sources have informed them that Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, Georgia have two films and multiple series beginning pre-production in July, two of those said series are The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. Also detailed in the report is that the studio is looking to resume filming on both series in August.
The news also comes just one day after the report that Marvel Studios is looking to resume filming on their film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings at Fox Studios in Sydney, Australia. The studio had multiple films and series in different stages of production until that all came to an immediate halt due to the impact of COVID-19. Studios across the world are now putting safety measures into affect to make sure the cast and crew for various productions are safe.
Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan return as Sam Wilson aka The Falcon and Bucky Barnes aka The Winter Soldier. Also reprising their roles in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter and Daniel Bruhl as Baron Zemo, who orchestrated the events of Captain America: Civil War. Newcomers to the MCU for the series include Wyatt Russell (son of Disney Legend Kurt Russell) is John Walker “U.S. Agent.” With Cle Bennett, Carl Lumbly, Desmond Chiam, Miki Ishikawa, Adepero Oduye, and Erin Kellyman, all in unknown roles. There have been reports that the Dora Milaje, who protects the king and the royal family of Wakanda in Black Panther, will also make an appearance.
As for Loki, not much is known about the series at this time, but sees the return of Tom Hiddleston as the god of Mischief, also set to star are Sophie Di Martino (Yesterday), Owen Wilson (Pixar’s Cars franchise) and Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Beauty and the Beast), all in unknown roles.Kate Herron (Daybreak) will direct the series. Michael Waldron (Rick & Morty) wrote the series.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter