Harrison Ford On Why He Joined Captain America’s New World Order

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Dec 20, 2022

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In a recent interview, Indiana Jones’ Harrison Ford revealed why he joined the MCU. The Playlist’s Binge-Worthy podcast spoke with the 1923 star about his trip into the Sheridan universe. But entering Yellowstone territory isn’t the only thing branching out for the beloved actor. Ford will play General Thaddeus Ross in Captain America: New World Order. It was a wild announcement that immediately had people clamoring for him to be the MCU’s Red Hulk. (After all, She-Hulk already primed the pump for that kind of thing…) It just comes down to doing something he’s never done before for Ford. The Indiana Jones actor has been in that franchise and Star Wars. But he’s never put on the wild motion capture suit until now. Check out his reasoning here.

Ford said, “Look, I’ve done a lot of things. Now I want to do some things I haven’t done.” However, he won’t reveal whether the Red Hulk will appear or anything else in Captain America: New World Order. The star said his lips were sealed when Mike DeAngelo mentioned that possibility.

 Captain America 4 producer Nate Moore was asked if there will be any Red Hulk appearances in the film during Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’s press conference. “I mean, I think you’re going to have to wait and see,” Moore smiled. “But Harrison Ford is involved? We couldn’t be more excited.” Although he wasn’t giving us any details about the movie, he shared that Mackie and Ford would share scenes. “It’s going to be fantastic.”

Yellowstone Universe welcomes Ford as well.

You can catch Ford in 1923, a new series in the Yellowstone universe. Tanya Giles, chief programming officer at Paramount, says that the show “generated phenomenal new records for Paramount+” and expects those records to continue. She also noted before the show was renamed that she promoted it through linear sampling on Paramount during their latest season of Yellowstone. She found this to be successful in getting Sheridan’s loyal audience interested in the spinoff, which we always enjoy helping people do.

In their words, Paramount describes the series as follows: “1923 tells the story of the next two generations of the Dutton family struggling to survive historic droughts, lawlessness, prohibition, and cattle theft, all under the clouds of Montana’s great depression, which preceded the nation by almost a decade.”

A Little History On Captain America From The Marvel Comics Perspective

Captain America is a fictional superhero created by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer Joe Simon and artist Jack Kirby, and first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (cover dated March 1941). The character has been depicted in various media, including films, television series, and video games.

Captain America was created during World War II as a symbol of American patriotism and was originally depicted as a superhero who fought the Axis powers. The character has undergone several changes over the years, and there have been several different versions of Captain America in the comics.

The original Captain America was Steve Rogers, a frail man transformed into a super-soldier by an experimental serum to aid the United States’ war effort. Rogers fought against the Axis powers in World War II and was later frozen in ice, eventually being revived in the present day.

In the modern era, Captain America has been depicted as a symbol of American patriotism and has often been depicted as a leader of the Avengers, a team of superheroes. In addition to Steve Rogers, several other characters have taken up the mantle of Captain America, including James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes, Sam Wilson, and John Walker.

In the comics, Steve Rogers has also passed on the mantle of Captain America to other characters at different times, including Bucky Barnes, Sam Wilson, and John Walker. In addition, there have been alternate versions of Captain America in other dimensions and timelines within the Marvel Universe, including William Burnside and Roger Stevens.

There have been numerous Captain America stories told in various media, including films, television series, and video games, with different actors and actresses portraying the character. The most recent film adaptations of Captain America have been part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Chris Evans portraying the character in several films.

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