Marvel dropped a brand new trailer for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier before its premiere this Friday. Check it out!
Marvel today dropped a brand new trailer for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier which premieres this Friday exclusively on Disney Plus. This is the first new trailer since the last trailer aired during the Super Bowl.
New The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Trailer
Marvel’s WandaVision just wrapped up and now it’s time to begin a new journey with the characters Bucky Barnes aka “The Winter Soldier,” Sam Wilson aka “The Falcon,” and former S.H.I.E.L.D. special agent Sharon Carter. The events of this six-episode series take place after Avengers: End Game. The heroes will test their abilities against the main protagonist Baron Helmut Zemo, a Sokovian colonel-turned-terrorist who is all about defeating the Avengers.
The new trailer shows new footage of what you can expect from the series when it debut’s exclusively on Disney Plus this Friday. Check out the new trailer that Marvel dropped today:
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