David Harbour’s star positively took off after Netflix’s Stranger Things after years of bit roles and short-lived tv dramas, finally becoming a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe because the Red Guardian in Black Widow. When Marvel’s Thunderbolts film was introduced at this 12 months’s D23, it was confirmed that Harbour’s Red Guardian can be a part of the ensemble which incorporates Wyatt Russell’s US Agent and Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova, the second Black Widow.
While the Thunderbolts film is simply coming into pre-production and is scheduled for 2024, Harbour talked in regards to the Marvel film throughout press for his upcoming Christmas motion film, Violent Night, and praised his friends.
“I’ve loved Wyatt [Russell], and Sebastian [Stan] and Julia [Louis-Dreyfuss’] characters throughout the universe,” he instructed io9. “What [director Jake Schreier] wants to do with Florence’s character is very interesting and how I factor into how we develop our relationship is very interesting. And then when you see what Jake and Eric Pearson is trying to fashion, it’s really clever…So you have this movie that’s, you know, kind of ragtag.”
That wasn’t all though. Harbour finished the interview by saying there are some big things to come for the MCU that will cast a wider shadow. “It’ll be humorous, it will be bizarre, it will be motion. And then we’re additionally going to drop a bomb, which is cool.”
What that bomb entails will not be revealed for a while, but it surely’s honest to notice that Thunderbolts is scheduled to be launched earlier than the Secret Invasion tv collection on Disney+, which doubtlessly might ignite a number of bombs of its personal.
Thunderbolts is scheduled to hit theaters on July 26, 2024.