Captain America 4 gets a new name; retitled as ‘Brave New World’
Despite reports that the title of ‘Captain America: New World Order’ might be changed, Anthony Mackie revealed the new title and logo for the 4th film in the Captain America franchise on Tuesday.
In an Instagram post, Mackie unveiled the movie’s new title, Captain America: Brave New World, as well as a first look at Harrison Ford on the set. Posting a pic of himself in the character of Sam Wilson aka Captain America, Mackie seemed to be enjoying a happy chat with Ford, who joined the MCU as General Thaddeus ‘Thunderbolt’ Ross, a role previously played by Oscar-winner William Hurt , who died in March at the age of 71.
“When Harrison Ford tells you how kicking ass should look, you listen! LoL… Thanks for the on-set wisdom and laughs my friend! Can’t wait to do it again… Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Brave New World in theatres May 3, 2024,” he captioned the photo.
Brave New World is reportedly the title of the 2017 Secret Empire comics, in which Captain America was discovered to be Hydra’s Supreme Leader. It’s still unknown if the film will entirely portray the comic book’s plot or only parts of it.
Captain America: Brave New World is all set to be released on May 3, 2024.