Date: 28th March 2023
Nearly 16 years after first appearing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Liv Tyler will reprise her Marvel Cinematic Universe role of Betty Ross in Captain America: New World Order.
Tyler has joined the cast of Captain America 4, currently titled Captain America: New World Order. She will reprise the role of scientist Betty Ross. Ross is the daughter of General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, who was played by the late William Hurt in several films and will now be portrayed by Harrison Ford in the new installment.
Tyler starred opposite Edward Norton as Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the 2008 "The Incredible Hulk", the second feature of the MCU films. Norton famously exited the role after and was replaced by Mark Ruffalo.
Captain America: New World Order will be directed by Julius Onah from a screenplay written by The Falcon and the Winter Soldier head writer Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson. The film features Mackie reprising his role as Sam Wilson, who has now officially taken on the mantle of the MCU’s new Captain America.
While Mackie has refused to divulge spoilers for New World Order, he has discussed how Sam's tenure as the star-spangled hero differs from that of his predecessor. "I think with my Cap, he's not a superhero," he explained. "He doesn't have a super serum, so his superpower is his humanity. So, I think with him, he has to come to the stage with a very different understanding of what it is to be a good guy or be a bad guy and what are the decisions that make you toe that line in the way that you did. So, I just see him as more of a humane Cap as opposed to a distinctive judge Cap -- a Cap of judgment, where this is right and this is wrong. There are decisions that make you choose right or wrong."
"Captain America: New World Order" has set a May 3rd 2024 release.
Source: Press Release
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