Matthew Orton Tapped for Reshoots on ‘Captain America: Brave New World’ Slated for Mid-2024

Matthew Orton Tapped for Reshoots on Captain America Brave New World Slated for Mid2024

In the realm of upcoming Marvel projects, many faced delays due to the historic 118-day SAG-AFTRA strike that recently concluded, disrupting Hollywood productions. Amidst these challenges, the fourth installment in the Captain America series, ‘Captain America: Brave New World,’ encountered issues not directly linked to the strike.

Initially, the film swapped release dates with ‘Deadpool 3’ as it was only halfway through production when the strike hit. Rumors later circulated about additional reshoots prompted by less-than-satisfactory test screenings and underwhelming action sequences compared to previous series entries.

Marvel Studios has now enlisted screenwriter Matthew Orton, according to Deadline, known for his work on ‘Operation Finale,’ ‘Devil’s Peak,’ and the successful Disney+ series ‘Moon Knight,’ to handle the reshoots. The additional round is scheduled for spring-summer 2024. Despite the setback, ‘Captain America: Brave New World’ won’t hit screens in 2024; its release was pushed to February 14, 2025, pending successful reshoots.


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While the full plot remains undisclosed, it’s confirmed that Sam Wilson will step into Rogers’ shoes. Set photos hint at the new Captain America confronting King Cobra and Serpent Society. The film aims to solidify Wilson’s role as the new Cap.

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