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the falcon and the winter soldier download episode 3 [Filmyzilla 420p]

the falcon and the winter soldier download episode 3 [Filmyzilla 420p]
the falcon and the winter soldier download episode 3 [Filmyzilla 420p]

 If you missed Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel, Endgame—honestly, I don’t know why you'd be seeking out this Marvel television program featuring sidekicks from the films if you hadn’t—know that a big, purple bad guy named Thanos snapped his fingers and made half the beings in the universe disappear—often called “the Snap.” Five years later, the Avengers figured out the way to bring those “snapped” people back using time travel shenanigans to get these MacGuffins called Infinity Stones.

At the top of Endgame, Captain America travels back in time (see: time travel shenanigans) to return all the Infinity Stones to their rightful owners. But instead of returning to the present after he completes that task, he decides to remain in the past and rekindle his relationship with Peggy Carter, his love interest whom he fought alongside in World War II. (Cap also briefly had a romance with Peggy’s niece Sharon Carter, which means he may be kissed his own niece? It’s extremely gross.)
So in the modern-day Marvel world, Steve Rogers is quite old and not exactly in fighting shape, as much as I personally would love to see Chris Evans in old-age makeup punching some Hydra goons.
Steve hands the shield to Sam at the top of Avengers: Endgame, and tells him the shield is his. Sam, then, should theoretically be the one to take up the Captain America mantle. But it seems as if he has not yet done so by the time the show has begun. So The Falcon and therefore the Winter Soldier grapples with the thought of whether the planet needs a second Captain America and, if so, who that person should be.

Where does The Falcon and therefore the Winter Soldier slot in the MCU timeline?
Anthony Mackie in Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Anthony Mackie in Falcon and the Winter Soldier Marvel Studios
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier takes place after Avengers: Endgame and the events of WandaVision. Wanda created the Hex just weeks after she returned from being Snapped. Falcon and therefore the Winter Soldier is about about six months after Avengers: Endgame. So while Sam is practicing throwing Cap’s shield sort of a frisbee, Wanda is perhaps floating in her little cabin, studying magic in those chic monochromatic sweats.
In both shows, the world is still reeling from the Snap. Those who remained aged five years and moved on with their lives. Those who returned try to seek out their place during a world that’s familiar but changed.
In Falcon, we see Sam attempt to help his sister apply for a loan , and therefore the banker remarks that he can’t offer the loan partially because Sam hasn’t had any income for the last five years…because he wasn’t alive (which, that’s a messed up policy for the bank to have!).
And then there are the people who liked the Snapped version of the world better. Enter: the bad guys.
Who are the villains?
Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl) in Captain America: war
Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl) in Captain America: war Zade Rosenthal—Marvel Studios
There seem to be multiple villains during this series. First, there’s a gaggle of anarchists who thrived within the chaos of the post-Snap years and need to return thereto state of the planet . Their immediate goal seems to be a world borderless for the sake of making chaos, I guess. They do some general terrorizing, though it’s unclear as of yet what their concrete goals are.

Then there’s someone who looks to be less a villain and more of a rival. Previews for the show have suggested that the govt , reluctant to lose the symbol of strength and hope that's Captain America, tries to quickly replace Steve with some random white dude who vaguely looks like Steve. (That seems like folly: nobody else could have “America’s ass.”)
Given that Steve gave his shield to Sam, I’m hopeful that this means The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will explore the question of who gets to be a hero—the Black man who worked for it and earned the title, or the white guy who stumbled into that position.

But it seems the last word big bad could also be Zemo. Zemo’s wife and youngsters were among the civilians killed during a country called Sokovia during the Avengers’ fight with a genocidal AI named Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron, one of the worst MCU movies but one of the most important plot-wise. Wanda and Vision were both introduced in Age of Ultron, and WandaVision sometimes flashes back to Wanda’s childhood in Sokovia.

Anyway, Zemo blames the Avengers for the death of his family—which is actually fair since Tony Stark created Ultron, though Tony did not intend to make him genocidal. In war , Zemo tries to enact his revenge by destroying the Avengers team from the within . It’s a rather convoluted plan, but he first frames Captain America’s bestie Bucky for killing Black Panther’s father. Then, after the Avengers are already arguing, Zemo reveals that Bucky—while brainwashed—killed Tony’s parents.


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