Captain America 4 Casts The Mindy Project Star in Mystery Role

Captain America: New World Order is set to begin filming this March and, for the past few months, we've been hearing some updates about the project which had a lot of fans excited as we will finally see Sam Wilson go through a full mission as the new Captain America.

Now, it looks like we have another major news about the film since Deadline has reported that The Mindy Project star Xosha Roquemore is joining the cast of Captain America: New World Order. However, as usual, the details regarding her role are being kept under wraps.

The cast already includes Anthony Mackie, Harrison Ford, Tim Blake Nelson, Danny Ramirez, Carl Lumbly, and Shira Haas. Julius Onah is directing the film. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier head writer Malcolm Spellman co-wrote the screenplay with Dalan Musson.

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The film is expected to be a follow-up to The Falcon and the Winter Soldier where Sam Wilson was seen officially taking over the mantle of Captain America. Ford will debut as Thunderbolt Ross, replacing the late William Hurt. Nelson is reprising the role of Samuel Sterns from The Incredible Hulk.

Roquemore made her breakthrough in the hit comedy series The Mindy Project where she played Tamra Webb. She also appeared in TV shows such as Black Monday and Atlanta. She starred in films such as The Disaster Artist and Space Jam: A New Legacy.

It is always great to see a rising talent get involved in an MCU project and this is definitely going to be Roquemore's most high-profile role to date even though we have no details yet about her character. It is interesting to see how her role will play into the story and which other cast members will they recruit in the film.

Also Read: Captain America 4 Leak Spoils Harrison Ford's Hideous Red Hulk Look

Captain America: New World Order is slated for release in theaters on May 3, 2024. You can check more details about it here.

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