CinemaCon: Marvel Studios Reveals First ‘Brave New World’ Footage

As the final big presentation at this year’s CinemaCon, Disney had a chance to send attendees home on a high. From the sound of it, Kevin Feige’s time on stage to present Marvel Studios upcoming slate did just that, especially with the first look at the studio’s fourth installment in the Captain America franchise, Brave New World.

Though the film is set to undergo significant additional photography this year, the studio still plans to roll it out in theaters on February 14, 2025. Regardless of what’s left to film, enough of the film is in the can to provide a short look at the film.

In a scene that was described as reminiscent of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Harrison Ford‘s President Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross is the target of an assassination attempt. The big reveal, however, is that Super Soldier Isaiah Bradley–first seen in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier–is the triggerman. As per THR, Bradley seems to be a victim himself as music subconsciously triggers him. Anthony Mackie’s Captain America steps in to save the day but the footage leaves open just who is truly behind the attempt on Ross’ life.

Other highlights from the footage include Ross and Wilson debating over reforming the Avengers and Ross telling Wilson “You’re no Steve Rogers.” Obviously Ross didn’t watch The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.

Source: THR

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