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The Falcon And The Winter Soldier Trailer Breakdown

Marvel is feeding us once again! With the drop of ‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ trailer!



Which we talked about a little bit in our big articles about all of the new Marvel shows and movies coming out back in December.

‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ will be second official Disney+ Marvel show since ‘WandaVision’,to hit Disney Plus, streaming this coming March 19.

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A bit of what I wrote indicated how I felt Sam (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky’s (Sebastian Stan) relationship dynamic will changed due to the fact the Captain America is gone. Sam and Bucky really didn’t interact too much to where they became best friends but now they are headlining a show together and their interaction is key.



In the beginning of the trailer, we see the two with a therapist maybe or a manger whoever they are working at to council them. And we see some of Sam and Bucky not being on the same page during what looked to be a mission.

Then we hear a voice about how superheroes shouldn’t exist; so he’s clearly the bad guy. We see him walk with a specific purple mask in his hand. Helmut Zemo played by Daniel Brühl is back! We first meet him in Avengers: Civil War, where he framed Bucky for blowing up the building where the Sovokia Accords were taking place thus killing King T’Chaka. We last see him taken into custody for his crimes at the end of the movie. Another returning Marvel alum is Sharon Carter played by Emily VanCamp, who looks to be teaming up with our boys for the show.


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We see that both Bucky and Sam are practicing with Cap’s shield and even see Sam use it during battles but of course there is no real indication yet on who will take up his mantle or if anybody will. With Marvel everything and anything goes, I mean have seen ‘WandaVision’ Episode 5?! The trailer ends comedically with the two having a staring contest.



The official trailer tells us more but not enough! I need to know where this fits in the timeline where ‘WandaVision’ is concerned. Is it happening at the same time? Before or After?  I could see these events taking place before hand maybe because it would explain why no once tried to call an Avenger or couple in to help the Wanda situation. Dr. Strange anyone??

So are you excited for ‘The Falcon And The Winder Soldier’? Who do you think will take Cap’s title? Make sure to watch the trailer and let us know how you feel.

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Amazing New Sci-Fi Releases

Welcome back to your weekly reading guide! This week’s genre is science-fiction; sci-fi lovers, these new books are just for you. Don’t miss out! These books are literally out of this world.


  1. The Ballad of Ami Miles by Kristy Dallas Alley

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The Ballad of Ami Miles tells the story of Ami Miles, a girl raised in isolation. Born after the old world ended, she lives on her family’s trailer dealership compound. Unfortunately, when the old world ended the chaos began, and now Ami is being forced into an arranged marriage by her grandfather. Because she is one of the few women left who can still have children, it is her destiny to marry. Ami doesn’t want to get married or have children, however, and instead her aunts help her to escape and journey to find her mother. On her journey, Ami learns, not just about the world she was sheltered from, but also about herself.

2. Threshold of Annihilation by T.A White

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Threshold of Annihilation tells the story of of a girl named Kira, who is traveling to the planet of Jettie to find a safe place for her niece. However, when she arrives she finds that the planet of Jettie is hosting a series of dangerous contests with the goal to decide the fate of the empress. Kira has no choice but to join in, and as with any competition, there are enemies that come along with it. To survive, Kira must do what she fears the most and trust others. War is on the rise, and everything Kira once knew is about to change.

3. Day One by Kelly deVos

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Day One tells the story of two stepsisters, Jinx and Mackenna. Their parents are part of an exposed political conspiracy, and now the girls are on a mission to save their little brother Charles from the Opposition. With only each other to count on, they must fight their way through a secret military research facility. Mackenna is a journalist; in addition to helping Jinx rescue their brother, she has found herself the reporter of the new civil war. With her story as her only weapon, she is the toughest freedom fighter there is.

4. Extraordinary Forces: Brushfire by Craig Alanson

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Brushfire is the eleventh installment in the Extraordinary Forces series. This gripping installment finds the pirates having a hard time adjusting to peacetime; what makes it worse is that the aliens don’t realize the time for shooting is over.

5. Fleet Elements by Walter Jon Williams

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Fleet Elements is about two star-crossed lovers, Gareth Martinez and Caroline Sula. The extinct Shaa’s empire, the Praxis, has fallen into another civil war between the aliens and the humans. With the humans are gravely outnumbered, Gareth and Caroline are the leaders of the charge. In order to defeat the aliens, the must learn to work together. Even if they do win, however, there is so much division within the empire that it could be torn apart. While Gareth and Caroline believe they can take down the aliens, they aren’t so sure how to stop the fights amongst the humans..

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