The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is currently scheduled to release on Disney+ next month. While there still hasn’t been any official word that the series will be delayed, a fresh report today suggests that production of the show won’t finish until later this fall.
Like all of the other Marvel Studios productions, filming for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was paused in March due to the Cornovirus pandemic. At that time, the cast and crew of the show were four days into a scheduled three-week shoot in Prague.
Today, the Hollywood Reporter has revealed that while there is an EU ban on travel from the US, exceptions can be made. Pavlina Zipkova, the head of the Czech Film Commission, said that “filmmakers of all nations are welcome in the Czech Republic.”
The article went on to state that Marvel Studios are making preparations to return to Prague to finish filming this fall, and that filming will take place over nine days.
Anthony Mackie recently said that there is “very little stuff left to do” to wrap up filming. In a recent interview, he also revealed that The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is being shot like a six or eight-hour movie and that “we’ll be going back soon.”
Some filming for the Disney+ series is expected to take place in the US in the near future. If the report of more filming in the fall is true, however, it’s likely that we won’t see The Falcon and the Winter Soldier until much later in the year.