Anthony Mackie Filming During Coronavirus Pandemic Is “Awful”

Anthony Mackie Filming During Coronavirus Pandemic Is “Awful”

Anthony Mackie Filming During Coronavirus Pandemic Is “Awful”!

Mackie is currently filming ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ during the coronavirus pandemic has been less than pleasant. Read on…

Anthony Mackie Filming During Coronavirus Pandemic Is “Awful” reports Anthony Mackie, 42, plays Falcon in the upcoming Disney+ miniseries ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’, a spin-off of the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Anthony Mackie said that filming conditions have been “rough” since returning to set amid the ongoing health crisis.

During an interview with ‘Entertainment Tonight,’ Mackie spoke to them while on location in Czechia.

Anthony who plays the Falcon says:

Everybody’s afraid of each other. The food is bad because they have to pack it up somewhere else and bring it to us in ziplock bags. There’s no football. I missed LeBron winning the championship. It’s crawfish season. I got all kinds of problems going on!

It’s literally you’re living in quarantine. It’s not like the NBA bubble, where they had, like, a barbershop and friends to hang out with. No, if you get within six feet of somebody, there’s some little Czech dude coming, poking you with a stick and saying you have to move. So, it’s rough.

‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ will see Anthony reprise his role as Sam Wilson and his alter-ego, Falcon, after previously appearing in five films in the Marvel franchise, including two ‘Captain America’ movies, and three of the ‘Avengers’ ensemble movies.

Anthony will reunite with Sebastian Stan for the series, who will be playing Bucky Barnes, also known as the Winter Soldier.

Mackie adds:

When we were shooting ‘Winter Soldier’, he had this awful wig on, and literally in the middle of scenes, they would have to cut because the wig would like fall off or fall down. So I would make fun of his wig and he would make fun of my calves because that’s my bone of contention like growing my calves, you know. So once I realized I can give him junk and he give me junk, and we were cool, it was great.

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