Captain America: New World Order is now more than a week into production, which will last until July 21, 2023.
The cast of Captain America: New World Order is vast, including Anthony Mackie (Sam Wilson), Tim Blake Nelson (Samuel Sterns), Shira Haas (Sabra), Danny Ramirez (Joaquin Torres), Xosha Roquemore, and Carl Lumbly (Isaiah Bradley).
Harrison Ford and Tim Blake Nelson were recently spotted on the set of Captain America: New World Order, courtesy of JustJared, offering fans a first look at the two actors filming as General Thunderbolt Ross (Ford) and the return of Samuel Sterns, aka The Leader (Nelson).
Harrison Ford was seen wearing a light-blue, buttoned-down shirt with a navy tie. Ford portrays Thaddeus Ross, who will be the president of the United States of America in the movie. As evident from the set image, he won’t sport the classic Thunderbolt Ross-like moustache in the film.
Ford will reprise the role in the upcoming film Thunderbolts, which is set to start filming in June. Lee Sung Jin is currently rewriting the film, replacing Eric Pearson as the scribe.
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Tim Blake Nelson was seen wearing a green plaid shirt, with green paint on his arms. He will play Samuel Sterns, who last appeared in The Incredible Hulk over 17 years ago. The green paint on his arms hints at a more comic-accurate look and also remains consistent with his earlier look.
The Incredible Hulk 2?
This movie manages to retain quite a lot of cast members from The Incredible Hulk standalone movie. Thunderbolt Ross, Samuel Sterns; and more recently, Liv Tyler (who portrayed Betty Ross) have all now been spotted on the set of this movie, rumours also suggest that a cameo from She-Hulk wouldn’t be too far-fetched.
While all these returning cast members are purely due to Universal Pictures owning the film distribution rights for Hulk as a character, fans speculate this movie would be setting up World War Hulk.
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