Marvel’s Thunderbolts: Release date, cast and plot; Everything you need to know about the movie

Marvel’s Thunderbolts: Release date, cast and plot; Everything you need to know about the movie

Thunderclaps were set to make their presentation in the Wonder Universe in 2024. At the 2022 San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel made the announcement that they were working on a Thunderbolts movie adaptation. The task flaunts a ritzy cast; In the much-anticipated film, fans will see some familiar faces as well as some brand-new ones. The Thunderbolts are a group of reformed villains who support the government in the comic books. Everything we know about the upcoming movie can be found here.

Thunderbolts Release Date


The initial release date of Thunderbolts was supposed to be July 26, 2024; it was announced at the San Diego Comic-Con in July 2022. According to a recent report from Deadline, there might be a slight delay in the release of the movie due to the pause in production because of the Writers’ Strike. The film was scheduled to start shooting in June 2023, but the crew has been told that the production will have to wait till the end of the strike. Even though there has been no official announcement, the release date of the movie will likely be affected by the writer’s strike. Thunderbolts will be the second-to-last movie in phase 5 of the MCU.

Thunderbolts: Cast

The cast of Thunderbolts was unveiled in September 2022 at Disney’s D23 Expo. Sebastian Stan will return in the role of Bucky Barnes, Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, Wyatt Russell as Jon Walker, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, David Harbour as Red Guardian, Olga Kurylenko as Antonia Dreykov, Hannah John-Kamen as Ava Starr, and Harrison Ford as Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross.

Thunderbolts: Plot

When Marvel announced the release of Thunderbolts, the description of the movie read, “A group of antiheroes goes on missions for the government.” In the comic books, Helmut Zemo brings the individuals together to form Thunderbolts. What is known is that Daniel Bruhl won’t return Zemo in the movie, so it stands to see how MCU will bring the group of “antiheroes” together.

David Harbour, who will play Red Guardian in the movie, hinted at the plot of the movie in a podcast interview. In an interview with the Phase Zero podcast, he said, “We’re like losers, which I like. And I think it’s fun to watch us just mess everything up.” He continued, “I think that’s the spectrum. I think it’s very funny, but there’s also a lot of pathos in that.”


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