Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of film and TV projects sent their teams home. Last month, it was reported that all Marvel Studios productions have been delayed for the time being. However, after an update to the standards in the Czech Republic, the anticipated Disney+series Falcon & The Winter Soldier is allowed to resume production if it chooses.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, The Falcon & The Winter Soldier filmed on-location in Prague. Now, productions can restart their work in the Czech Republic with new rules and precautionary measures. Among the new guidelines are hygienic standards and testing for coronavirus infection every 14 days during production. However, it is important to note that just because the series can resume, it is not confirmation that Marvel will choose to resume at this time.
Additionally, film commissioner Pavlina Zipkova revealed that foreign crew will need to show negative test results before they enter. The exemptions will not force actors to wear masks. Production shoots are also exempt from the banning of gatherings of more than 2 people.
Furthermore, it cannot be stressed enough that this report is in no way confirmation that Falcon & The Winter Soldier has resumed its production.
The series will see the return of Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in their respective MCU roles. It will expand upon the final moments in Avengers: Endgame where Steve Rogers hands his shield to The Falcon. Additionally, Bucky Barnes will likely team up with Falcon moving forward since his longest friend is now an old man. The series will also bring about the debut of classic Captain America side-characters Battlestar and U.S. Agent. Moreover, set photos from the production have leaked online and painted a picture of what fans can expect from the series.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier hits Disney+ in 2020.
The series stars Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Emily Van Camp, and Daniel Brühl.
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