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Disney and Marvel have found their next Captain America.

According to Deadline, the studio giants have inked a deal with Anthony Mackie to take the reins in the fourth installment of the franchise. Sources for the outlet did not reveal any details about the film’s potential storyline, but it’s been confirmed that the script will be penned by Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson. The former is the head writer/creator of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which stars Mackie as Falcon. Musson also serves as a staff writer for the series.

Mackie has played Sam Wilson/Falcon since 2014’s Captain America: Winter Soldier, starring Chris Evans as the titular character. So far, Mackie has appeared in a total of five MCU films as well as the aforementioned Disney+ series. Fans speculated he would take over the Captain America role following Avengers: End Game, which saw Evans’ Steve Rogers pass his shield on to Mackie’s Wilson. That storyline continued in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, making Mackie the first Black Actor to play Captain America.