Marvel’s Captain America: New World Order has added a new actor to the lineup. You should have anticipated this, but Xosha Roquemore from Atlanta and Space Jam: A New Legacy will be a part of the ensemble portraying a role that is currently unknown.
Following the events of The Falcon And The Winter Solider, in which Sam Wilson, played by Anthony Mackie, debated whether or not to assume leadership after Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers handed him the shield at the conclusion of Avengers: Endgame, comes New World Order.
Along with Tim Blake Nelson as The Incredible Hulk’s Samuel Sterns (also known as The Leader) and Harrison Ford as Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, who replaces the late William Hurt in the role, Danny Ramirez as Falcon’s Joaquin Torres, who appears set to succeed Wilson in the Falcon role, and Carl Lumbly as the show’s Isiah Bradley, a former recipient of the Super Soldier serum who was mistreated by the US government,
Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson, the co-writers of Falcon, wrote the script, which is being directed by Julius Onah. On May 3 of next year, Captain America: New World Order will be released in theaters.