The SAG-AFTRA strike ended yesterday The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) has finally struck a deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). The specific terms of the agreement remain undisclosed, but the resolution follows a lengthy battle involving concerns over the use of artificial intelligence in actors’ performances and the actors’ push for residual payments from shows and films streaming online.
Several MCU projects were put back on track, resuming normal schedules now that the strike has ended. ‘Deadpool 3’, only 50% done, will resume production, as well as Sony’s ‘Venom 3’, whose release date was even delayed to the end of the year 2024. In the latest episode of Hot Mic, Jeff Sneider talked about ‘Captain America: Brave New World’ and what the end of the strike means for the highly anticipated project.
Apparently, the movie is headed for reshoots following bad test screenings, and at least three major sequences will be cut. The most recent news concerning ‘Captain America’ were that the movie is switching release date with ‘Deadpool 3.’ But considering that the reshoots will be done between January and May, the movie has apparently been delayed to February 14, 2025.
‘Captain America: Brave New World’ is not the only movie facing delays. In fact ‘Deadpool 3’ remains the only movie on the MCU’s 2024 release calendar.
The Sequel to ‘The Falcon & The Winter Soldier’ also changed it’s name from ‘New World Order’ to ‘Brave New World’ amidst shooting. The images from the set imply the appearance of King Cobra, a notable Captain America villain, and rumors resurfaced recently that the movie will feature both Hulk and She-Hulk.
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