In an interview with Collider, the director revealed that filming will start on the fourth Captain America film at the top of 2023. He also shared that they are deep into pre-production on Sam Wilson's first solo outing as the patriotic superhero. "We’re already quite busy, putting everything together," Onah said. "As you know with these films, there are so many elements, between the cast and the script and the effects and the stunts. It’s really exciting to be really diving deep into it."
In a recent interview with ET at D23, Onah reveals that his new Captain America film will test Wilson in ways he's never been tested before, namely his ability to lead. In contrast with Wilson's other appearances in the MCU, the upcoming film will explore how Wilson handles guiding others, with the action and the story built around testing his limits. Check out Onah's full comment below:
“We’re really testing him. And now that he’s taken the mantle of Captain America, he’s really going to question what it means to lead. And all the action and all the emotionality of the story is really built around him answering that question. His values are going to determine so much of what’s going to happen moving forward. We’re putting that to the test in this film.”
Marvel released a statement defending the introduction of Israeli superhero Sabra, played by Shira Haas. In the comics, Sabra is a mutant who serves as a Mossad agent.
"..While our characters and stories are inspired by the comics, they are always freshly imagined for the screen and today’s audience, and the filmmakers are taking a new approach with the character Sabra who was first introduced in the comics over 40 years ago."