One of the upcoming MCU films that are currently in the works is Captain America: New World Order which is part of Phase Five. For the past few months, we've been hearing a lot of updates about the project ahead of its production start in just a few months.
It was previously reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Captain America: New World Order is slated to start filming this coming March 20 in Atlanta and will last until June 30. However, during that time, the information wasn't confirmed by either Marvel Studios or the other outlets.
Now, Lizzie Hill of The Cosmic Circus corroborated the previous report on Twitter where she also claimed that the upcoming MCU film will begin filming on March 20 this year according to her sources.
However, notable scooper Daniel Richtman gave a different take on the report as he claimed that the film will actually start filming a week later on March 27 based on his sources.
Afterward, Hill responded to Richtman's claims where she suggested that the March 27 date might be more accurate than what she initially reported since she heard that the film's script was undergoing rewrites earlier this month.
"So now @DanielRPK is saying March 27th according to this. I haven't heard an(other) update from my sources yet but it is entirely possible it was pushed a little from the 20th. I'd heard a rewrite came in earlier this month, so that would make sense," she wrote.
Whether the actual filming date is going to be March 20 or 27, it is still exciting nonetheless that the film will finally begin production this coming March which is more than a year ahead of its scheduled release date. Hopefully, they will be able to make it into that reported date and there won't be any pre-production troubles.
Captain America: New World Order is slated for release in theaters on May 3, 2024. You can check more details about it here.