At the end of Avengers: Endgame, Captain America has deliberately lost in the past – choosing to “make a living” as Tony Stark once advised. And, he lived his days with Agent Peggy Carter. However, when he returns to the timeline of the current Marvel Cinematic Universe as an elderly man, Cap has one final mission to complete. It’s time to determine who will use the next shield. And, while Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson both have merit as successors, the honor goes to Sam Wilson Falcon.
In Disney + the original coming Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Wilson will replace Steve Rogers as the next Cap. And, although no one can live up to the brick wall of moral integrity like Rogers does, Wilson will do his best to honor his dear friend. However, based on the available information, Kevin Feige (and everyone involved) may have been thinking of the next Captain America.
The MCU wants more Captain America to appear in the movie
According to internal reports surrounding the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the studio intends to introduce more Captain America – not to replace Rogers, but to pay tribute to the unrivaled hero in various forms.
We Got This Covered (WGTC) notes – based on similar sources, those who know Taskmaster will be the main villain in Black Widow – that the studio wanted women’s hats, gay hats and young black hats (all with Falcon hats). While it can all appear together on the screen, it’s likely that passing the shield (literally and metaphorically) will be a frequent occurrence in the transition heroes to follow. Rogers. And, it seems that Sharon Carter can take on the responsibility with and / or after Sam Wilson.
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Will Emily VanCamp’s Sharon Carter replace Sam Wilson in the MCU?
Sharon Carter is expected to appear in the upcoming Disney + series Falcon and the Winter Soldier. That is, a story vitality beyond the “supporting agent” may come to the surface, especially considering how long Anthony Mackie has played the role. His time in the MCU could be nearing an end to the small screen attention.
The WGTC notes that the studio is eyeing VanCamp as the first female Captain America. Since she already exists in the universe, getting fans involved in her transition could be easier than introducing a whole new face to play the female Captain America.
Although Sharon Carter did not receive the super serum in the comics, the MCU is known to have changed the source story to fit its master plan. And, if Falcon gives the shield to Carter, the show could also establish the agent’s presence in the final All-Female episode. Force A movie.