- Captain America: Brave New World has been delayed until 2025 due to negative test scores, which will result in extensive reshoots.
- Three major action sequences will be removed from the film.
- Deadpool 3 will now be the only Marvel Studios movie released in 2024.
Captain America: Brave New World was one of the Marvel Studios films that was supposed to be released on time, despite the actors’ strike. However, it appears that the change in the film’s timeline is due to a negative reception in test screenings. Fans were initially hoping for good news after the conclusion of the actors’ strike, but the delay has proven to be a disappointment.
Despite having completed filming, it seems that Captain America: Brave New World will need extensive reshoots due to poor test scores. The reshoots are scheduled to take place from January to May 2024, with three major action sequences being removed from the film. Consequently, the film’s release has now been postponed to 2025.
With the delay of Captain America: Brave New World, Deadpool 3 will now be the only Marvel Studios movie to be released in 2024. DC will also have a limited release schedule, with Joker 2 being their only film for the following year.
Captain America: Brave New World, directed by Julius Onah and written by Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson, will serve as the official introduction of Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson as Captain America. Mackie will be joined by Danny Ramirez and Carl Lumbly, who will reprise their roles from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.