The actor Anthony Mackie spoke about his character Falcon in Captain America and The Avengers series. Moreover also compared with another famous comic role: Batman and Robin.
The presence of Falcon within the plot of ‘The Avengers 2’ was not revealed until the end of February. When the final poster for the film directed by Joss Whedon was published. Actor Anthony Mackie will therefore be the second production of Marvel after ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’. With what reissue the character that is presented as replaced Steve Rogers in front of the character of Captain America.
Mackie compared the relationship of his character, Falcon, with Captain America as opposed to Batman and Robin. “It’s a more equal relationship, not a student and a teacher”, he said in relation to the Dark Knight of Gotham and his faithful assistant in numerous storylines of the character.
“Steve and Sam are friends, partners, fighting equally, each one contributes the same to the team”. Unlike his co-star in ‘The Avengers 2’, Samuel L Jackson, Mackie did not come to criticize deeper DC comics beyond comparison with Batman and Robin.
For now he revealed nothing about if finally will be the new Captain America after the third film (Civil War), but makes it clear that he would love to continue in the character of Falcon for many years. In addition he also stated that he found it hard to keep the secret about his participation in ‘The Avengers 2’. “I called a friend and I protested not have said anything before, I said I wanted to tell everyone, but it was impossible for contact”.
Finally his participation was filtered by a few credits in one of the posters of the film directed by Joss Whedon and Marvel made it official a few hours later. Although so far we have not seen any of his scenes in the various trailers and clips from the film.
The premiere of ‘The Avengers 2’ is scheduled for 1st May. Giving the kick-off the new phase of Marvel in the cinema. One of the most profitable in recent times. In view also of what may happen next year with the big blockbuster ‘Captain America: Civil War’.