The Falcon and the Winter Soldier swooped into CCXP this afternoon with a first official look at the upcoming Marvel TV show for Disney+. Fans didn't get to see any of the cool new superhero costumes that will be put on display in this Captain America spin-off. But they did get to see stars Anthony Mackie and Sebastian stand in their civilian wardrobe for the first time since the final moments in Avengers: Endgame.

Marvel studios boss Kevin Feige flew into Sãu Paulo, Brazil this weekend for the big Comic Con Experience happening right now, more commonly referred to as CCXP. There, he talked about The Eternals, offered a peak at WandaVision, and presented a Black Widow poster in Portuguese. But perhaps the most exiting take away was the debut images from the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Solider.


Over the summer, while visiting San Diego Comic-Con, Kevin Feige confirmed that The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will officially be a part of Marvel Phase 4. And it will be the first of several MCU TV shows coming to Disney+. Other series coming to the streaming network include WandaVision, which will tie directly into Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, as well as Loki, Hawkeye and the animated alternate universe TV show What If.

Also announced during D23 were the upcoming Disney+ series for She Hulk and Moon Knight, with many hoping that Keanu Reeves, however unlikely, will play the later. There is also a Miss Marvel TV show in the works, so Kevin Feige has quite a lot of superheroes coming to the small screen in the next year or two.


Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) are seen in these first look photos, getting ready for their first adventure since Captain America passed the shield to Falcon. But will he truly become the new Captain America? That is one of the many questions this TV show will set out to answer. As of now, there is no mention that the series will be directly tied into any of the upcoming Marvel Phase 4 or Phase 5 movies, but let's not kid ourselves. All of the MCU is connected in one way, shape or form.

The Falcon and the Winter Solider is already confirmed to bring back super villain Baron Zemo, last seen in Avengers: Civil War. He will be donning his traditional purple mask this time around. Also on board as Sharon Carter is Emily VanCamp. And Wyatt Russell, son of Kurt Russell, will play U.S. Agent, which some fans have already called perfect casting after getting a look at the actor in his superhero costume.


You can check out some of the images below from the panel at CCXP direct from some of the fans that were in attendance. Kevin Feige did not announce an official release date for The Falcon and the Winter Solider on Disney+ but it is expected to arrive sometime in the first half of 2020 from Marvel Studios.