The cast for Marvel’s Captain America: New World Order is growing by one. Atlanta and space Jam: A New Legacy‘s Xosha Roquemore will be part of the ensemble playing — and you surely should have seen this coming – a character that is a mystery for now.
New World Order sees Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson as Cap, following the events of The Falcon And The Winter Solider, which saw him wrangling with whether he even wanted to take over after Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers handed him the shield at the end of Avengers: Endgame.
He’ll star alongside Harrison Ford (who takes over the role of Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross from the late William Hurt) and Tim Blake Nelson as The Incredible Hulk‘s Samuel Sterns (AKA The Leader), plus Danny Ramirez as Falcon‘s Joaquin Torres, who looks set to inherit the Falcon role from Wilson and Carl Lumbly as the show’s Isiah Bradley, a past recipient of the Super Soldier serum who was mistreated by the US government.
Julius Onah is directing from a script by Falcon head writer Malcolm Spellman and colleague Dalan Musson. Captain America: New World Order will be in cinemas on 3 May next year.
Originally published at theshocknews.com