‘Captain America 4’ Reveals Its New Title!

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been one of the most successful movie franchises ever. The franchise has dominated audience conversation and the box office for over a decade and 30 feature-length films, TV series, and animated shorts. And yet, its latest phase, Phase Five, is still trying to find the right shape. So it makes sense that even very important stuff, such as the movies’ titles, is still in limbo territory. This morning, Marvel announced that the previously titled “Captain America: New World Order” now has a different title.

The new title is “Captain America: Brave New World.” Marvel’s official Twitter account announced it alongside a new image depicting Anthony Mackie, the new Captain America, sharing the screen with Harrison Ford, the new Thaddeus Ross, A.k.a. “Thunderbolt.” Ford’s new character seems vital for this new Captain America movie and the future “Thunderbolts” movie, as that team takes their title from the former Army general. So, we can expect to see Harrison Ford much more than we saw William Hurt in the role, at least in these first few new films of Phase Five.

Lately, Marvel has been plagued by poor reviews of its new movies and TV shows. And you could say that the reviews are on point, as the decline in quality of the writing and the stories being told is evident. This creates a fluctuation in the environment, and be sure that many rewrites are being done right now. Marvel cannot allow upcoming movies to suffer from the same reviews and public perception. Marvel was once the epitome of blockbuster quality, and seeing the company lose that title in just a few years has been rough.

The movie’s previous title, “Captain America: New World Order,” made, of course, reference to the famous “Illuminati” group. An ancient order that is said to control the world from the shadows. The Illuminati are at the center of many conspiracies in real life, so we could assume the political nature of the view with just that title. The existence of an “Illuminati” inside the Marvel universe consisting of Reed Richard, Professor X, Black Bolt, Black Panther, and others, as we saw in Multiverse of Madness, also made the title a bit more enticing.


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The new title is no less enticing, though, as it is also the title of the famous novel by Aldous Huxley. In the “Brave New World” novel, Huxley depicts a future society where all sadness, hunger, and crimes have been abolished. However, the cost has also been the termination of humanity’s freedom to choose and feel. So, this new title maintains that this new Captain America movie will also become more political than other Marvel movies.

“Captain America: Brave New World” will be released on May 3, 2024.

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