No Falcon And The Winter Soldier Split-Season As Early Episodes Haven’t Filmed? | LRM’s Barside Buzz

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Yesterday we published a rumor about a Falcon and The Winter Soldier split-season possibility. The story, started by Grace Randolph said that Falcon and The Winter Soldier may release the first few episodes on Disney+. Then, the remaining episodes of the show would be shown once filming had completed. I remember when I read this story there was something at the back of my head niggling me. I thought I had heard a report that this couldn’t happen because some of the filming for the early episodes had not even been finished, but could I find it, nope.

However, today I come across a report from Atlanta Filming on social media. And it hits me, that’s who I read that initial report from. Sure enough, after the report from Randolph, Atlanta Filming has come out to say this cannot happen because filming is not finished on the early episodes. Atlanta Filming doesn’t allow their Tweets to be copied, but here is what was said courtesy of Reddit.

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Essentially, the source here is saying that one of those first three episodes still needs to finish filming. If true, (I haven’t seen Atlanta Filming get anything wrong so far) then it seems unlikely that the first few episodes would be rushed out on Disney+. Of course, this does not rule Randolph’s rumor out completely. Wires could be slightly crossed. Perhaps Disney might look at focusing on filming for that early episode initially, so they can push ahead with a split-season? I don’t think that will happen though. Based on comments from star Sebastian Stan, there were around 2-3 weeks of filming left in total. I’ll guess those extra two weeks wouldn’t be enough to prompt Disney into a different approach, but it’s a guess?

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As it says above, Atlanta Filming doesn’t know what will happen, and said no one does. However, they expect more news to hit around Falcon and The Winter Soldier next week, and maybe Loki as well. Squeezed into these comments we may have our first confirmation that Loki is going to be a multiple season show, not just a one and done. That Loki news both surprises me, and pleases me. I figured Loki would be one season only, guess I was wrong?

I guess we will find out more within the next week or so. My guess is that Randolph may have her wires crossed on this one, but that’s easy to say from the outside looking in. So far though, I have found every reason to trust what Atlanta Filming says. This source very rarely posts updates of this nature, which I think also helps with their credibility to me.

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SOURCE: Atlanta Filming (via Reddit)

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Campbell Clark

Cam is Senior Editor at LRM Online, and has a passion for all things geeky, including sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book movies.

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