Anthony Mackie to star in Marvel’s “Captain America 4”

Anthony Mackie is reportedly going to wield the shield once more in Captain America 4.

The Marvel film will see him take the lead as Sam Wilson, the superhero formerly known as Falcon, according to Metro.

It came to light that Sam would be taking on the title of Captain America in Avengers: Endgame, when Cap (Chris Evans) handed over his shield.

The character then starred in Disney+ spin off Falcon and the Winter Soldier opposite Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes, the titular soldier. 

Mackie is an American actor, who made his acting debut starring in the semi-biographical drama film 8 Mile (2002); he was later nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Actor for his performance in the LGBT drama Brother to Brother (2004), and in the same year, appeared in psychological thriller The Manchurian Candidate and the sports film Million Dollar Baby. Mackie starred in Half Nelson (2006); in 2008, Mackie both appeared in the action thriller Eagle Eye, and was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in The Hurt Locker. He portrayed Tupac Shakur in Notorious (2009), and later starred in Night Catches Us (2010), and The Adjustment Bureau and Real Steel (both 2011).

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