Captain America: New World Order Star Danny Ramirez Is Ready to Return to the Skies as Falcon After Top Gun: Maverick Success
Make no mistake about it, Danny Ramirez is ready to take to the skies again. After starring in this summer’s unparalleled Top Gun: Maverick, the actor will soon reprise his Marvel job as Joaquin Torres. Just this time around, Torres won’t just be an individual from the US Armed Forces — he’ll finally wear the Falcon name the character has as of late adopted in the Marvel source material.
Ramirez appeared at D23 Exhibition over the course of the end of the week in support of Captain America: New World Order, telling our own Brandon Davis he was ecstatic to rejoin the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“I’m invigorated, man. It’s walking out there and everybody just loves him. To get that adoration is just so extraordinary of an encounter,” Ramirez said. “From free to Captain America: New World Order, just walking out and just being called my name by Kevin [Feige] was nuts. It was crazy.”
You can watch our full meeting with the actor above.
Ramirez’s Torres first appeared in The Falcon and the Colder time of year Soldier earlier this year, serving as a supporting character to Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson. Now that Wilson is Captain America, Torres is getting his very own advancement. Little else is had some significant awareness of the film other the fact it’ll put a spotlight on Wilson settling into his own after getting the stars and stripes.
“I think, [Sam’s] not Steve Rogers and I believe that’s something to be thankful for,” New World Order maker Nate Moore previously told ComicBook.com. “Because to me, this new Cap is Rough. He will be the longshot in any situation. He’s not a super soldier. He’s not 100 years old. He doesn’t have the Avengers. What happens with this person who announces freely sort of, without the support, ‘I’m new Captain America.’ What happens straightaway?”
“I believe is fascinating because he’s a person. He’s a person with wings and a shield, yet he is a person,” he added. “So, we will obliterate him and make him earn it, and see what happens when he is offset, outclassed, out-everything. What makes somebody Captain America? I will argue it’s not being a super soldier. And I believe we will demonstrate that with Mackie and Sam Wilson.”
Captain America: New World Order is set for release on May 3, 2024.
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