Main focus of Falcon and Winter Soldier Sam Wilson, played by Anthony Mackie and on his journey towards becoming the new Captain America. But another big story unfolds in the series of Bucky Barnes aka The Winter Soldier, played by Sebastian Stein. In an interview with Inverse, Falcon and Winter Soldier Shocker Malcolm Spellman reveals an important scene about Bucky that seems to have slipped everyone’s notice.
“I would say, it’s not all Easter eggs, but one thing no one has caught and it’s a failure in our writing. I think when we were taking Bucky on his journey, we felt that the episode 6 will have the moment where he frees the GRC members and one of them says, “Thank you, you saved my life” – we always assumed that Bucky’s first hero moment. It was a big deal for us, but I had someone Didn’t hear that mention. “
For most of his existence in the MCU, Bucky has been a bad guy, a brainwashed assassin who works for Hydra to eliminate his enemies. Steve Rogers was finally able to break through his old friend’s conditioning Captain America: Soldier of Cold, And reminds Bucky of the honorable man he once went to.
But the fact that Bucky remembered his true dream did not free him from his sins. He retired to live in solitude in Wakanda and joined the Avengers in the fight against Thanos. but Falcon and Winter Soldier Showed that Bucky was still at peace about his past.
In Falcon and Winter Soldier, We see him undergoing therapy, and trying to make amends for the destruction he caused in his Winter Soldier avatar. According to Spellman, the scene in the final episode where Bucky rescues the hostages in the van was created by the writers for a moment where Bucky finally allows himself to feel like a hero rather than a murderer.
“We were like,” that is. Bucky Winter is on his way to free himself from this burden of being a soldier. Now, he gets to be a hero and go for the first time. “That’s not to say that he hasn’t been heroic before, but this is the moment when he lets himself feel like a hero. Not many people caught him.”
Now that Bucky has come to know about his past, and has adopted his new role as a hero, it will be interesting to see where his character goes next. His days of being Winter Soldier have passed, and the mention of the phrase “White Wolf” on the show is a reference to his heroic transformation in the comics. Hopefully, Bucky will be seen in action again in Captain America 4.
Directed by Kari Skogland, Falcon and Winter Soldier Anthony McKay, Sebastian Stein, Emily VanCamp, Wyatt Russell, Noa Mills, Carl Lumbly and Daniel Bruhl. The series is now streaming on Disney +. This news turned out to be the opposite.
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