Sebastian Stan shared the perfect theory on how his character reads The Hobbit before The Falcon and the Winter Soldier published. @ 616soldier joked that Steve Rogers was beaten up probably interrupted him when he finished the book. It’s a good joke and you can imagine Stan’s impassive delivery of “he won’t let me read.” Bucky Barnes revealed that he read JRR Tolkien’s novel when it was released in 1937. It was a fun nod to fans beckoning to the Super Soldier’s reading habits at the time. If there was one thing The Falcon and the Winter Soldier did well, he fills in the blanks for Bucky and Zemo’s motives. Fans have learned a lot about the former assassin and his master. But, there are still some unanswered questions, especially when it comes to Stan’s character. There are only two episodes left until the season finale, but it probably won’t be the last time we’ll see Bucky.
I can just imagine someone telling Bucky that Steve was in a fight again and just asking him about his hobbit book like “this mf won’t let me read”
– ✪↯ (@ 616soldier) March 12, 2021
The actor allowed himself to look forward for a second in a conversation with Collider. But, he also thanked Marvel Studios for keeping their eyes on the prize when it comes to individual projects. Fans are clamoring for more of Sam Wilson and Bucky in any form. But, for the star, he just wants to do a job he’s proud of.
“I feel like no one in this studio is caught in the noise. They love the job. They are always thankful,” Stan explained of season 2. “And if you watch the movies, many movie endings [are] like, “Well, that could be it, but maybe we’ll get lucky and get another one!” There never was, “Well, yeah, we’re Marvel, we’re just going to hit another home run.” There’s always that thing of embracing the last movie for what it is and the hope of a continuation without waiting, and it’s very difficult to do at that level. “
The nine episodes of WandaVision are now streaming on Disney +. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is flying this high now. The rest of the 2021 Marvel Cinematic Universe lineup includes Black Widow in theaters on July 9, Loki debuts on Disney + on June 11, Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings in theaters September 3 What if… on Disney + this summer, Eternal in theaters November 5, Hawkeye and Ms. Marvel arrives at Disney + later in the year, and Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Coming Home in theaters December 17th.
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