Rumors: ‘Captain America: Brave New World’ Test Audiences Unsatisfied With Several Key Elements of the Movie

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

Several MCU projects got back on track after the SAG-AFTRA strike ended. “Deadpool & Wolverine” and SSU’s “Venom: The Last Dance” completed reshoots and are set to release this year. “Deadpool & Wolverine” even has a trailer out already. However, “Captain America: Brave New World” faced significant setbacks. It was delayed for a year and needed extensive reshoots and rewrites due to disappointing test screenings.

Reportedly, the story underwent major changes. One minor villain group, the Serpent Society, was completely removed from the film. Initial reports suggested the movie had problems with action scenes not meeting the standards set by previous “Captain America” films. However, insider Oh How I Marvel At Those Marvels provided more details. They mentioned issues with the action, chemistry between the leads, and the movie’s political messages.

Test audiences found the movie’s political message dull and uninteresting, which isn’t too surprising. However, it’s worth noting that this source isn’t very reliable compared to our more accurate ones.

Marvel Studios hired Matthew Orton to help with reshoots, and another round is planned for spring-summer 2024. “Captain America: Brave New World” won’t be out in 2024 as originally planned. It’s been postponed to February 14, 2025, pending successful reshoots.

There’s not much info on the movie’s plot. A leaked synopsis from the Copyright Office simply says, “Sam Wilson is the man with a plan.” Got something to add? Share in the comments below!

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