While Marvel Studios has a lot of exciting material to look forward to in the near future, fans recently reviewed The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The show’s renewed focus due to a recent bizarre change in footage that aired live on Disney+ comes with the recent discussion of Disney’s overall censorship.
Disney has tweaked several clips in Episode 3 over the past few days The Falcon and the Winter Soldier This is more bloody and scary in the original clip. Specifically, Dr. Nagel died with all the blood on his face and closed his eyes, and the fight between Bucky Barnes and the bounty hunter was edited to be less bloody.
This sparked considerable discussion among Marvel fans who noticed the change, especially after Disney+ recently brought the Defenders catalogue of Marvel series formerly owned by Netflix to the service. Now, one of the actors who focused on the clips shares his thoughts on the new look on the show.
Falcon/Winter Soldier Star on Disney+ Censors
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Star Olli Haaskivi, who plays Dr. Nagel, commented on his scene changes in episode 3 of the Disney+ show.
Haaskivi shares The Direct’s comparison of his scenes before and after the censorship change, joking how many “traction” His picture was seen from this news network:
“It’s good to know that these gorgeous photos of me are getting a lot of attention on the internet today…”
“(Yes, I can do modeling gigs, please don’t DM me right away)”
In the comments on his Instagram page, fans recalled his role in the episode as Nagel made a new version of the Super Soldier Serum for Karli Morgenthau and Flag Smashers. Haaskivi shared these comments and replied humorously “That nerd indeed:”
Dr. Nagel’s Fame Censorship Moment
The most common reaction to a sudden change in footage is a mess, as fans see far less gore and violence than they did on Disney+ about a year ago. Thankfully, the actor who saw these changes in his character is taking his stride, as he enjoyed the moment he met him on screen in Episode 3.
Haaskivi is clearly enjoying the moment, especially as fans take note of his death The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. He hasn’t mentioned anything for a while about how the censorship behind the moment has changed, and his comments will make anyone who seeks his reaction to the matter chuckle.
The big question on fans’ minds right now is how Disney+ can make headway in censoring a moment of violence like this. There are already signs that things will return to normal in the near future, but for now, actors and fans alike are making this moment as easy as possible.
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