The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is enjoying its run on Disney+ currently as fans are loving what the show has to offer. The show has lesser episodes hence it didn’t take much time for the show to layout its narrative and tell people what exactly is happening. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will see Sam focusing and dealing with the fact of who will be the ultimate and new Captain America as he doesn’t want that kind of power to fall into the wrong hands. On the other hand, we see Bucky dealing with his past as the Winter Soldier, coming to peace with his actions, and accepting himself for who he is.
Malcolm Spellman, the creator, and showrunner of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier spoke to ET about the show’s debut on Disney+ and the bank loan scene that has everyone talking about how superheroes make their money.
“It’s funny because that scene, and that moment, ended up triggering everybody at Marvel,” Spellman said. ”
We were getting calls from Kevin [Feige, president of Marvel Studios], from Lou [D’Esposito, co-president of Marvel Studios], from Victoria [Alonso, EVP of Production], from Nate [Moore, VP of Production & Development], like everyone at Marvel wanted input there,” said Spellman.
“Whatever it is about it, it has resonated with the people that have been interviewing with us, it resonated with everyone working there,” Spellman continued.
“So I think the reason you keyed in on it is you got to see a moment where a superhero is truly a regular person, and hopefully we answered the question to some degree, that it ain’t easy being [superheroes]. A lot of superheroes are broke, especially now that Tony Stark is gone,” added Spellman.
Spellman wasn’t done as he continued, “Because we had more time, you get to spend time in a scene like that, in a bank scene, where you’re dealing with someone being famous but maybe being broke and how do you make your money as a hero?” Spellman said. “It’s a blast. I mean, Anthony [Mackie] and Sebastian [Stan] are both able to play with a given moment in a way that’s electric, so half of what you’re doing is creating moments for them to just do what they do.”
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is directed by Kari Skogland. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier stars Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Emily VanCamp, Wyatt Russell, Noah Mills, Carl Lumbly, and Daniel Brühl. New episodes air Fridays on Disney+.