Shooting The Falcon and the Winter Soldier During a Pandemic Was 'Awful' Says Anthony Mackie

Shooting The Falcon and the Winter Soldier During a Pandemic Was 'Awful' Says Anthony Mackie
After months of forced inactivity, Hollywood is tentatively trying to get back into the swing of things by restarting production on major movies and tv shows. One such production is for the upcoming McU spinoff series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The co-lead of the Disney+ show, Anthony Mackie, recently revealed to Entertainment Tonight the cost of shooting during the era of social distancing.

"Everybody's very afraid of each other. The food is bad because they have to pack it up somewhere else and bring it to us in Ziploc bags. Yeah, it's awful. You're literally living in quarantine. It's not like the NBA bubble where they had a barbershop and friends to hang out with. No, if you get within six feet of somebody, there's some little Czech dude coming and poking you with a stick saying, 'You have to move.' So it's rough."

The way Anthony Mackie describes it,
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