The previous night, MCU fans got treated to an array of evens from the upcoming streaming Disney service, also known as Disney+. WandaVision, Loki, Falcon and Winter Soldier series were announced by the company. The shows will see all veteran MCU actors returning to play their respective roles. Many fans and celebs have taken to social media to express their excitement including Sebastian Stan.
‘Falcon and Winter Soldier’ Is Coming On Disney+
Sebastian Stan is most notably known for playing The Winter Soldier, gave a simple response to this, which makes sense as he’s a man of a few words.
“Ok,” the actor wrote.
You can see the Instagram post here:
Fans React On ‘Falcon and Winter Soldier’
Many fans noticed this and were quick to respond on his Instagram post which had the series’ new logo.
“Buddy cop comedy but superheroes???!!!!,” @wtfjade asked.
“Cut the check I need to breathe I’m so shook right now,” @sebastianismyeverything replied. (“Cut the check” is a catchphrase said by Anthony Mackie (Falcon) in multiple Marvel behind-the-scenes features.)
“Thought both of you were dead,” @paleboo joked.
More Disney+ Shows on Marvel Characters Coming Soon
It’s really intriguing that every character who died in Infinity War. While fans have so far suspected that the dusted characters will make a return, however, it does make us wonder how Loki and Vision will come to life. While many see this as an Endgame spoiler, it’s likely the film shall have more similar surprises.
Way back in January, Jimmy Kimmel was told by Stan that his character is gone but that doesn’t mean he can’t come back. This is comic books after all, isn’t it?
“Bucky’s dead. Happy New Year,” he said. “That’s it. That’s all I got.”
Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of Infinity War and Endgame have also directed every film with Winter Soldier and Falcon in roles, hinted that they will be done with Marvel films after Endgame. However, they teased to return if Marvel comes up with a classic crossover.
Disney+ will be out in November, but we don’t know the exact date yet.