He explained that horns sounded during the moment Mjolnir touched Cap’s hand, signifying triumphant defiance of Thanos and his regime.
This was the second time the leitmotif was used in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Previously, the same clip could be spotted during a crucial moment of Cap’s first foray into herodom.
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In the latest episode of the TV show Cap’s replacement, John Walker (Wyatt Russell), tarnished this reputation when he slaughtered a terrorist using the vibranium shield.
In the meantime, Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky have been trying to decide whether one of them ought to pick up the shield and become the next person to take on the mantle.
In an interview with Screen Rant Mackie spoke candidly about potentially becoming the first-ever on-screen Black Captain America.
“We are going through a transitional phase; every 40 to 50 years, something will happen that will turn our country and the world on its axis. We didn’t see 2020 being that, but it just happened to be that.
“So, the idea of having a Black Captain America, I feel like it’s more gas on that fire to burn down the systematic nonsense that we were brought up in and we lived in up until now. It’s a new day. It’s a new time.
“Homophobia, racism, sexism is a part of the past, and a part of that system that we can no longer allow to be recognized as our country or our understanding. All of it puts us in a position to be better people, to be better parents, and to live a better future. So, I think that’s just part of the fold, if that were to happen.”
Captain America: The First Avengers, Avengers Endgame and Falcon and the Winter Soldier are available on Disney Plus now.
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