A significant MCU Phase 3 moment will be referenced in Captain America 4.

With Captain America: New World Order slated to reference one major event from the Civil War, the MCU simply cannot escape its Civil War.


The Marvel Cinematic Universe can’t seem to escape the effects of Captain America: Civil War and the Sokovia Accords, not even after half of all living beings are suddenly snapped out of and back into existence. We may have seen in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law that the Accords have been revoked in a post-blip universe, but that doesn’t mean that their ramifications on the MCU’s geopolitical landscape have been fully explored.

Producer of Captain America: New World Order Nate Moore hinted at potential conflict between Secretary Ross, who encouraged the Avengers to sign the Sokovia Accords, and Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie), saying, “Harrison Ford is taking on the role of General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, and to see Sam Wilson and Thunderbolt Ross, which if you remember actually threw him in prison at the end of Civil War because he violated t There will be some spontaneous sparks there, which I believe will be great fun.

Even though Sam didn’t spend much time in the Raft before being saved by Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), Sam isn’t likely to forgive the fact that he was imprisoned in the first place. Sam’s main worry while signing the Accords was that they might go to jail even if they were acting “right,” and it turned out that he was accurate in that regard. Sam may not be willing to collaborate with Ross, especially in light of the fact that Ross and the Accords split the Avengers prior to Thanos’ appearance.

It will be intriguing to watch how Sam and General Ross’ more mundane and political histories will play into Captain America: New World Order, even though the MCU’s scope may be expanding—after all, we are in the Multiverse Saga. With the focus of the series on the post-blip geopolitics of the MCU, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier has already positioned Sam to succeed Captain America, both in title and in the direction of his solo endeavours. Since not everyone wants things to return to the way they were before, the world’s leaders appear to be in disarray as the world adjusts to the return of half of the people after five years.

Sam’s first appearance, Captain America and the Winter Soldier, received a lot of attention for fusing the superhero and political thriller genres, and it appears that Captain America: New World Order will do the same in Sam’s first appearance as the title character. Sam and Ross’ conflict and whether or not they can unite to face Samuel Sterns will probably be influenced by Tim Blake Nelson’s return as Samuel Sterns.

As one of the final films in Phase 5, Captain America: New World Order has the opportunity to blend the Earth-based action we’ve seen thus far with the more fantastical aspects of this epic. New World Order may reveal if Ross and his Thunderbolts will get along well with Cap and his new team, just as Captain America: Civil War revealed where most of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes stood before Infinity War.

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