The Falcon And The Winter Soldier
The penultimate episode of the first season, we would hope, of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier begins with John Walker running away from the carnage he just created with...
This one person needed a reminder as to why the Wakandans don't trust anyone.
This week’s episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier opens in the past, six years ago to be exact. A one-armed Bucky, then going by his African name White Wolf, sits around a fire in a Wakandan forest, and that alone tells us we’re in for some treats.
This week’s third episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier begins with a few words from the Global Repatriation Council reminding us that the world is a different place, but they are here to help. So, let us not forget to reset, restore, and rebuild.
We pick up episode 2 of Marvel's The Falcon and the Winter Soldier right where we left off in episode 1, with an introduction of the new Captain America, John Walker. We are treated to a very human moment where our new hero, feeling the weight of the mantle, only wishes to do a good job.
Fresh off the heels of Wandavision, Disney+ presents The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, with aspirations of answering the question of if and how Sam carries the shield.
With the journey of Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes hitting the small screen, there may be less witchcraft but the grounded nature of the series apparently has some punch according to Twitter.
In the new exclusive clip we find Sam and Bucky in a comedic exchange about “the big three” when it comes to villains: androids, aliens and wizards.
While the trailer seems to make Zemo the focus of the plot, the poster for the upcoming show teases a subplot as it features U.S. Agent (Wyatt Russell) donning the shield that Captain America left in Sam's possession so he could continue his legacy.