First officially announced at 2022’s San Diego Comic Con, Captain America: New World Order will be one of the non-multiversal projects of the Multiverse Saga, exploring the political situation of the MCU and the state of Sam Wilson, especially now that Secretary Ross is President Ross, putting the two at an awkward position. The movie features Anthony Mackie, Tim Blake Nelson, Shira Haas, Danny Ramirez, Xosha Roquemore, and Carl Lumbly. After quite a long wait, we finally have a precise production schedule for the movie.
According to Midgard Times, Captain America: New World Order begins principal photography on March 27, 2023 and is expected to wrap production after 116 days on July 21, 2023. Filming will take place at Trilith Studios in Atlanta, and the production will take place under Changeup Productions LLC. The production will take place parallel to Agatha: Coven Of Chaos, Daredevil: Born Again, Wonder Man, Deadpool 3, Blade, and Thunderbolts.
This falls in line with executive producer Nate Moore’s statement to Deadline a week ago, in which he revealed that filming would commence in “three weeks.” You can read more on that here. The March production start date was also previously confirmed by Anthony Mackie in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment, in which he revealed that the upcoming Captain America installment will start filming in “March.”
We start in about two months? March… Yea—two months, we’ll be—what month is this? We start in about a month, my bad. It’s not January. We start in about a month. We’re just kicking it off, and everybody’s getting squared away and ready to go.Anthony Mackie
Marvel Studios’ Captain America: New World Order is set to release on May 3, 2024.