Marvel's success, and its ability to avoid the whole "superhero fatigue" we've been hearing about for the last three years straight, has hinged on many things, but one of them is the company policy that each individual movie falls under the umbrella of a different genre to avoid them getting stale.
With Ant-Man being a heist film, the standalone Spider-Man film being like a John Hughes film, and Doctor Strange being the first Marvel movie to skirt the realm of horror, it's fun to think of what other genres they could do next. To that end, actors Chris Evans and Anthony Mackie are pretty sure they've got this.
In an interview with Yahoo Movies, the pair was asked about doing a Cap-Falcon buddy comedy, and as it turns out, uh, yeah they would.
"We're working on that right now!" they said in unison, cracking up. Mackie went on to give the interviewer a breakdown of their vision - and by the way, they know that there are too many Chrises in the MCU:
We have appearances by the other two Chrises, Pratt comes in, Hemsworth comes in. ScarJo comes in and does this amazing Josephine Baker lounge thing in a banana skirt. It’s pretty dope.
Mackie's also pretty sure he already has the title and filming location down too: "It's going to be titled Cap and Falcon in Jamaica."
Oh, yeah. They've so got this.
Check out the video of their totally-gonna-work movie pitch below.
Well, I'm sold. Rum hurricanes for everyone!
You can see more of Cap-Falcon banter in [Captain America: Civil War](tag:994409) out in theaters on May 6, 2016.