TIM BLAKE NELSON AND HARRISON FORD ON THE SET OF CAPTAIN AMERICA: NEW WORLD ORDER

From the set of Captain America: New World Order arrive the first photos portraying Harrison Ford and Tim Blake Nelson , President Ross and Samuel Sterns (alias Leader ) respectively.

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The shots were published by Just Jared .

It is not clear whether the two actors are in stage costumes. Harrison Ford , for example, doesn’t have Ross ‘ characteristic mustache : it’s possible that the ex-general has decided to cut it off, or that Ford still has to go to the make-up room in these images. As for Tim Blake Nelson , however, we can see green paint on his forearms. In the comics, the Leader has green skin and a disproportionate head (as his origin scene in The Incredible Hulk hinted ), and it seems that in the film we will see him just like that. We can’t rule out that he’s able to revert to the human aspect of him, like Abomination .

Anyway, The Leader is supposed to be the main antagonist of the movie. In the comics he is one of the Hulk ‘s greatest enemies , and like him he was mutated by gamma rays: the difference is that the radiation has dramatically increased his intelligence, not his strength. The storyline will take place in the post- Avengers “new world order ,” as the team no longer exists. The release is expected on May 3, 2024 .

You can see the photos below.

Photos from the set

The cast

The cast includes Anthony Mackie ( Sam Wilson / Captain America ), Danny Ramirez ( Joaquin Torres / Falcon ), Xosha Roquemore , Carl Lumbly ( Iasiah Bradley ), Tim Blake Nelson ( Leader ), Shira Haas ( Ruth Bat-Seraph / Sabra ), Julia Louis-Dreyfus ( Valentina Allegra de la Fontaine ), Harrison Ford ( President Ross ) and Liv Tyler ( Betty Ross ).

The screenplay

The script is the work of Malcolm Spellman – head writer and creator of  The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – together with  Dalan Musson , one of the writers of the series. The latter is available on Disney+ .

Director

Directed by Julius Onah , Nigerian filmmaker (but raised in the United States) who directed The Girl Is in Trouble , The Cloverfield Paradox and Luce .