Avengers star Anthony Mackie isn’t leaving his superpowers behind as he stars as an android soldier in Netflix’s upcoming movie Outside The Wire.
The streaming giant dropped the trailer for the Falcon actor’s new flick, and it definitely doesn’t hold back on the action.
Set in the near future, drone pilot Harp (Damson Idris) is sent into a dangerous military zone and teams up with top-secret android officer Leo (Anthony).
The pair are tasked with finding a doomsday device as they attempt to stop a deadly nuclear attack.
Leo is seen getting tough with Harp, before letting him on his incredible secret abilities.
‘I’m special enough for both of us,’ Leo reassures him as the soldier is seen taking down insurgents left, right and centre.
It seems Captain America’s got nothing on him this time around, as we’re told Leo is ‘stronger, faster, smarter’ than the average human.
And he’s clearly not missing his sense of humour either, jokingly asking Harp amid the chaos: ‘What’s the matter, you scared?’
Directed by Mikael Håfström, the movie is set to hit Netflix in January.
Anthony, 42, is best known for his role as Sam Wilson (Falcon) in the Captain America and Avengers movies.
However, despite Endgame concluding the Infinity saga, he’s definitely not ready to let the character go, starring alongside Sebastian Stan in Disney+ series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
The series will follow Sam and Bucky Barnes, aka The Winter Soldier (Sebastian) on a series of missions and adventures as they get used to life without their third team mate, Captain America (Chris Evans).
On his return to the suit, and his future as the potential Captain America, Anthony told Deadline: ‘You know what, to be honest, it’s very emotional.
‘I’ve been in the business for 20 years and I’ve been fortunate to do some amazing stuff and work with amazing people.’
Outside The Wire is set for release on Netflix on January 15, 2021.
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