Wyatt Russell’s Captain America in Distress in Latest ‘Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ Teaser

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It’s 30 days before the first episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier drops and so we’ve been treated to a new teaser. We’ve seen a lot of the material before, but there are a few new shots. In one new noteworthy image, Bucky and Sam appear to part ways after the shield throwing session that we’ve seen many times. Although I know this was filmed during the first few weeks of production in Savannah, Georgia, I have to wonder if it’s at the beginning of the series or maybe even at the end. They made peace with each other and found their places in this new world.



Another image of note is what appears to be John Walker, who is played by Wyatt Russell, decked out as the new Captain America. Something seems wrong though, as he’s kneeling and grasping his head. The shield itself seems a bit battle-damaged and scorched at this point too. Could it be that Mr. Walker is feeling the pressure of his new position as the Star-Spangled man? Or is something much more sinister going on in his head?



Further interesting evidence that not all is right came to me when I realized that the same location was revealed in other trailers and clips for the show. Bucky and Sam are seen leaving in a rush, without Walker. In a clip, Sam is holding the shield, while in another he is throwing it in what seems to be the same location. These scenes, to my knowledge, were filmed at the Pullman Rail Yard in Atlanta in late 2019/early 2020. You may also recall Sebastian Stan posting an image from the same location around that time.


We are a month away from the series release, so we are going to get a lot more teases for the series. If you are interested, you can check out the latest teaser below:

Source: Twitter

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