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Stuntman Teases Ambitious Action Scenes in ‘The Falcon And The WinterSoldier’

After productions were stopped several months ago, most are now planning to start again this month, including The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and many other Marvel Studios shows and movies.

With merchandise for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier already appearing in stores and our own report that filming would begin this week, there’s actually a chance that the Disney+ show could end up releasing by the end of this year, rather than being delayed to 2021.

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In an interview with stunt performer John Nania on The Screen Forum podcast, Nania was asked about any projects he’s worked on, which led to him talking about his time on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. He mentions that the action of the show has made it “the most ambitious project I’ve ever worked on:”

“I am very much looking forward to getting back with our team and finishing up The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. I think that it’s gonna be great.

Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Emily VanCamp, Daniel Brühl, I’ve seen these guys actually acting and I mean what professionals. When you work with them you see why these characters ares so awesome and we get to see them in a whole different light with this show and I think as far as the action goes, I’ve been a part of some ambitious things in the past, but this, truly, might be the most ambitious project I’ve ever worked on.

So I think when people see it, hopefully, they’re gonna look at it and go ‘That was awesome!'”

For further context when John Nania mentions “ambitious thing in the past,” Nania worked as a stunt performer for Avengers: Endgame, Avengers: Infinity War, Watchmen (2019), and much more. So, him saying that this is the most ambitious project he’s worked on is some high praise. However, that could also be because he has much more to do, since he’s the stunt double for one of the show’s co-stars, Sebastian Stan.

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