Marvel Studios has delayed a shoot for their coming Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in Puerto Rico due to the recent earthquake, according to Deadline.
- Original plans for production on the series included a two-week shoot in Puerto Rico, however it now appears that shoot will likely be moved to another location.
- Cast and crew were set to arrive on set in Puerto Rico tomorrow.
- Last Tuesday, Puerto Rico felt the effects of a 6.4 magnitude earthquake, which is reportedly the island’s biggest in a century.
- A second earthquake, measuring 5.9, hit on Saturday.
More on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier:
- The Falcon and the Winter Soldier stars Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan as Falcon and Winter Soldier respectively.
- The series, which was officially announced at San Diego Comic-Con, will be directed by Kari Skogland and written by Malcom Spellman.
- As we learned at the D23 Expo in August, Emily VanCamp will reprise her role as Sharon Carter for the new series.
- We also learned at the expo that she will be joined be newcomer Wyatt Russell, who will be playing John Walker, also known as U.S. Agent.
- Daniel Bruhl, the villain of Captain America: Civil War, will also reprise his role of Baron Zemo and will finally don his familiar mask from the comics.
- Marvel Studios' The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will debut on Disney+ in Fall 2020.
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- Scott Derrickson announced last week that he is no longer in charge of Marvel’s upcoming sequel to the 2016 film, Doctor Strange.
- The first Marvel Day at Sea Disney Cruise set sail last week and the action-packed itineraries were announced to return in 2021.