Filming The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was Awful- Anthony Mackie


Anthony Mackie, forever the guy who drops truth bombs. Anthony Mackie has said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight that filming FATWS during the pandemic has been awful.

Hard to be Mackie in the Pandemic

Mackie is a guy who loves to be loud, goof around, and pull his cast members’ legs, so yeah, shooting in the pandemic is like tying up his hands and legs and plastering his mouth unless it’s showtime.

The cast was seen shooting in Prague, and according to some sources, it is said that the shooting is about to warp in Prague. Some sources claim that the entire production is wrapping up as the shoot is entirely over.

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‘Seberg’ photocall, 76th Venice Film Festival, Italy – 30 Aug 2019

FATWS Trailer on Thanksgiving

There have been rumours going around Reddit and Twitter that Marvel will release the trailer for Falcon and the Winter Soldier on Thanksgiving. We are not sure about that, but we are definitely sure that the series is coming to Disney plus by 2020.

Anthony Mackie is promoting his film, Synchronic, and so, doing interviews. But fans are happy that they get to hear him talk about FATWS too. In the interview with ET, Mackie also said about his funny encounter with Chadwick back in 1998.

Not the Royal Treatment Anymore

About filming the FATWS in Prague, Mackie jokes that it was awful and everybody was afraid of each other. He also said the food was terrible as they had to pack it and bring it in a Ziploc back from far.


Poor Mackie didn’t get the royal treatment he gets here as he gets in the other Marvel films. But that’s how things are now, and to make a movie or a series now is going to be a significant risk, which actors and producers and everyone involved are willing to take.

6 Feet is not just a Ruse

He didn’t stop there, “It’s literally you’re living in quarantine. It’s not like the NBA bubble, where they had, like, a barbershop and friends to hang out with. No, if you get within six feet of somebody, some little Czech dude is coming, poking you with a stick and saying you have to move. So, it’s rough”.

We seriously want to hear what Sebastian Stan had to say about shooting amid Pandemic; well, we would have to wait for it until they start the promotion tour or Zoom interviews for Falcon and the Winter Soldier.


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