Filming for Captain America: New World Order is currently going on at Brown Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. It is expected to continue filming at that location for the next week.
Thanks to Atlanta Filming on Instagram, 2 new images from the set of Captain America: New World Order have emerged. The user revealed that the airport scenes will involve a fight and that it is “the same airport fight scene as in nearly every other marvel movie.” Not very promising.
Here are some set photos. Captain America: Cobra Commander is still at the airport this weekend and next week. These should fill the gaps as to what the scene is. Falcon crashes through another window, blah, blah, it’s just the same airport fight scene as in nearly every other marvel movie.Atlanta Filming
The first set image features a “Aero Servicios Cancún” hangar/warehouse, below which is a “CCTV Watching You” sign. The second image is a board for “Roxxon Aviación”.
This is a never-seen-before subsidiary of Roxxon Corporation, which never really played a major role in the MCU movies. Roxxon was previously seen as blink-and-miss moments of the Iron Man trilogy, in the form of Roxxon Energy Corporation.
Two other set images of the same location were shared by Christopher Oquendo on Twitter, speculating that the silhouette seen in the images was of King Cobra, leader of the serpent society.
A Brief History Of The Roxxon Corporation
The Roxxon Corporation played an impactful role in the Peggy Carter prequel series Agent Carter. In the show, Agent Carter crossed paths with Roxxon employees who were plotting against Howard Stark.
The corporation had cameo appearances in the non-canon Agents of Shield show, as well as the Marvel one-shot A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer.
The corporation was also mentioned in several episodes of Netflix’s Daredevil. It played a major role in Cloak & Dagger (giving the protagonaists their powers), but the canonicity of both the shows is heavily disputed.
A Roxxon gas station was seen in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law last year, and an another subsidiary of Roxxon, Roxxcart (2050 Alabama) was the location of the final act of Episode 2, “The Variant”.