Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan reveal details on  Disney+ series and a world without Steve Rogers.

The 'Odd Couple'  chemistry of the falcon and the wInter soldier

Captain America's Legacy Looms

Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes have been reluctant allies since they first bickered over legroom in Captain America: Civil War. They're  battle-hardened vets trying to do Cap proud, but they have what head writer Malcolm Spellman calls "a fire-and-ice dynamic."

As Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes have been reluctant allies since they first bickered over legroom in Captain America: Civil War. They're battle-hardened vets trying to do Cap proud, but they have what head writer Kalcolm Spellan calls "a fair-and-ice dynamic."

Marrying Action and Comedy

“There’s an odd-couple kind of back-and-forth there,” Sebastian Stan explains. “Like, ‘I don’t really like you, but I might need you.’”

Marvel's Next
Odd Couple

"There's a real chemistry there," Spellman says of Mackie and Stan, who often improvise insults on set. "Imagine getting to write the first installment of a buddy-cop series, knowing exactly what the rhythm and flavor is with the two characters before you even start."

A Dynamic Duo

The new series dives deeper into each man's psyche. Sam is dealing with what it means to be the next Captain America while Bucky is reckoning with his murderous past.

Time to Step Up

Carving Their
Own Corner

"It still feels like you're in a Philip K. Dick novel [or] a Tom Clancy movie. But at the same time, it's Sebastian and I, and we're idiots, so you get more of us being ourselves."

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