Many believe that the Marvel Universe began with ‘Iron Man’, but this is not the case: it was ‘The Incredible Hulk’, the 2008 film starring Edward Norton and to which Only time has given it the status it deserves within the UCM. If William Hurt appeared as “Thunder” Ross from ‘Captain America: Civil War’ (replaced by Harrison Ford after his death) and Tim Roth returned to being Abomination in ‘She-Hulk: Lawyer She-Hulk’, now it is another actress from the original film who will be seen again in ‘Captain America 4’.
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In this case It will be Liv Tyler who, more than fifteen years later, is the prodigal daughter playing Betty Ross, the daughter of “Thunder” Ross. It is strange that such a key character in the history of the Hulk has not been seen before by the saga or comments have been made about it in all these years, but We will see what ‘New World Order’, Sam Wilson’s first film as Captain America, has in store for uswhich will be plagued with unexpected returns.
Besides Tyler, also from ‘The Incredible Hulk’ Tim Blake Nelson will return, Dr. Samuel Sterns (better known to comics as The Leader). Along with them, Carl Lumbly will play Isaiah Bradley, the first Captain America (out of ‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’) and Danny Ramírez, the new Falcon (from the same series). Some have said that ‘New World Order’ intends to have the importance and scope of ‘Civil War’but for that there would still be a good handful of characters to be confirmed… And that they could put the MCU back on a good course for the box office.
Will have to wait until May 3, 2024 to see how Phase 5 has evolved in the collective imagination after ‘Guardians of the Galaxy vol.3’ and ‘The Marvels’: Will the public be willing to accept a new Captain America or, on the contrary, will the film be given a bump? At the moment the only thing we know for sure is that it has been filming for a single week, and we already have this unexpected superheroic reunion… And that is usually a good sign.
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