'Falcon & the Winter Soldier' Puerto Rico Shoot Cancelled

Lawrence Kim
January 14, 2020

Marvel's upcoming Disney+ TV series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has suspended its shoot in Puerto Rico. After a 6.4 magnitude quake hit the island last week, producers reportedly considered moving ahead with production as originally planned, but they reversed their decision after a 5.9 magnitude natural disaster hit Saturday.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was scheduled to begin filming in Puerto Rico this week. There was another quake Saturday that shook the island with a reading of 5.9.

The Marvel series was due to shoot in Puerto Rico this month reportedly for multiple weeks, but those plans have now been called off. Production on the show continues.

No word yet on whether the delay in production will ultimately effect the release date of the show, which has been slated for late 2020.

There's also no telling whether the delay will push back the date for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier's release on Disney+, which is now set for the fall of this year, but here's hoping that it won't take long before filming resumes. Others are "Ms. Marvel", "Hawkeye", "Loki", "She-Hulk", "Moon Knight", and "WandaVision".

Returning along with Mackie and Stan are Daniel Brühl, reprising his role as Zemo, and Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter.

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