The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is down to two episodes and with the finale approaching, composer Henry Jackman says that the finale will be another game-changer, taking the Marvel Cinematic Universe to places they have never been before.
Jackman’s interview with Flickering Myth had a question as regards the finale of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and if it is as intense as that of WandaVision, Jackman said, “I would say Marvel are going places they have not been and that's all I can say.”
If you need to be reminded, WandaVision ended with a bang as Wanda Maximoff finally embodies being the Scarlet Witch and it opens to a lot of possibilities in the MCU with Wanda finally learning more about her powers and how powerful she really is that she is even prophesized in the Darkhold, the book of the damned.
With The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, it is expected that this series would be the full takeover of Sam Wilson of the title of Captain America as Steve personally chose him to continue carrying the legacy, and with the turn of events, it seems that his buddy, Bucky, will also be getting a new moniker and embody the White Wolf.
It is also expected that Sam will be the first ever MCU legacy hero and finally becoming the new Captain America with Steve holding such title for years and Sam taking it up and continuing the legacy.
Jackman’s statement seems to have little to no clarity as of the moment but it will surely make sense when we get the finale. It’s enough to keep all of us excited for what the last two episodes hold.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier releases new episodes every Friday on Disney+.