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The Rumor Factory went into overdrive, as it was reported Harrison Ford 2024 might make his MCU debut.
Rumor has it Ford may have been cast as General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross in the upcoming film. Captain America: New World Order When thunderboltFor those who don’t know, Ross is an MCU villain whose nemesis is the Incredible Hulk. In the comics, he is the father-in-law of Bruce Banner,red hulk.’ The rumor originated from John Rocha’s YouTube Channelhe and his co-host Jeff Snyder revealed unconfirmed casting in a recent livestream.
The news has yet to be confirmed by Marvel, but fans have expressed excitement as they want to see Ford’s portrayal of the red-skinned supervillain. Combined with the fact that it’s set to be released, it’s safe to say that fans are thrilled to see Marvel finally save their best cast members.
So far, Anthony Mackie has been confirmed to reprise his role as Sam Wilson. Captain America: New World OrderCarl Lumby will also return, reprising his role as Isiah Bradley. Falcon and Winter Soldier.
Despite how circulating the rumors, neither Marvel Studios nor Ford have made any official comments or statements regarding the rumored casting. , we recommend waiting until around 2023 when the film goes into production.
Captain America: New World Order Scheduled to be released in theaters on May 3, 2024.
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