Anthony Mackie is at the moment starring in ‘Altered Carbon,’ however he has one other present popping out this yr: ‘Falcon & The Winter Soldier.’ HL acquired some EXCLUSIVE scoop from Anthony Mackie about Sam Wilson within the collection.
Anthony Mackie is pulling double obligation in the case of TV this yr. He’s enjoying the brand new Takeshi Kovacs in season 2 of Netflix’s Altered Carbon, which is now streaming, and he’ll be reprising his position as Sam Wilson within the Disney+ collection The Falcon & The Winter Soldier. HollywoodLife sat down EXCLUSIVELY with Anthony to speak in regards to the two characters. Anthony revealed that Takeshi and Sam couldn’t be extra totally different.
“With this new collection, Falcon & [the] Winter Soldier, you get to see Sam in a totally totally different mild,” Anthony instructed HollywoodLife on the Altered Carbon press junket. “You get to see him in his day-to-day life and study and see who he truly is. In the films, you don’t actually get any of the private features of Sam, so he’s wildly totally different from this character. Kovacs is extra inward, extra grounded, extra cerebral, and Sam actually loves his job.”
The Falcon & the Winter Soldier will happen after the occasions of Avengers: Endgame. Sam Wilson, a.ok.a. Falcon, can be taking on Captain America’s protect. He’ll be teaming up with Bucky Barnes, a.ok.a. the Winter Soldier, for a worldwide journey that exams their talents. The new Disney+ collection will premiere within the fall of 2020.
Joel Kinnaman performed Takeshi Kovacs in season 1 and Anthony mentioned how Joel and Will Yun Lee’s performances influenced him. “Season 1 was about revenge so he was very stoic, he was very darkish, very quiet inside himself. In this season, it’s extra Shakespearean in the best way it’s written. I equate it to Romeo & Juliet as a result of everyone seems to be in search of their associate. Everyone is in search of their supply of happiness, so he’s extra outwardly emotional and his relationship with Poe involves the forefront of the collection as effectively. He’s very totally different.”