Anthony Mackie is so much fun to watch on screen, but even more fun during interviews. You can't take anything he says seriously, but it's a fun ride. Mackie is currently promoting his role in Miss Bala, but of course he's asked about his role as Sam Wilson/Falcon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Falcon was one of the 50% dust-busted by Thanos at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. Because he's not Mark Ruffalo or Tom Holland, Anthony Mackie has avoided spoiling anything further. He's acting like that's it for Sam, he's dead, he's out, he's not coming back for Avengers: Endgame. That's how his video interview with BUILD Series played out, and then it took a hilarious turn when Mackie suggested a better death scene than Falcon just turning to "dirt."
That sounds like the kind of ending Luis would narrate. Anthony Mackie's preferred ending story continues from there -- including Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man picking Falcon up like a baby and they drive away together. So check it out in the video:
No one should buy the idea that this is it for Anthony Mackie's Sam/Falcon. Falcon was even on the list of potential characters to maybe pick up Captain America's shield if/when Chris Evans leaves. Plus, Disney+ is said to be working on some kind of TV series for Falcon and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan). If that happens, keep poor Tom Holland away from that set. Mackie and Stan are known for roasting Holland on any and all occasions. They have way too much fun during interviews, and most of it is just trash-talking horseplay.
There's a lot of speculation around Avengers: Endgame, but we're expecting to see some if not all of the dusted characters back again. Heck, Peter Parker has his own movie in July, so that has to be explained. Falcon's story will almost certainly continue, and answers on how it all plays out will (hopefully) arrive on April 26. Here's what else is playing on the big screen in busy 2019.
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