Anthony Mackie arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles
IN PHOTO: Actor Anthony Mackie arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California April 13, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

It's reportedly been known for some time that "Captain America: Civil War" will set up shop in Atlanta. But as to when the filming would be remains unknown. However, recently one of the movie's stars, Anthony Mackie, divulged some details regarding the filming during an interview.

The actor along with his "Black or White" co-star Kevin Costner stopped by B96 Chicago during one of their promotional tours to talk about their movie. As seen on the video interview below, at the 9:48 time mark, Mackie was asked about his involvement in "Captain America: Civil War" and about his role as Sam Wilson a.k.a. the Falcon. The actor didn't divulge any details regarding his character but instead revealed the months and locations of the filming.

"We start shooting in April," Mackie said, adding the movie will shoot for about five months.

When asked by Kevin Costner on the filming locations, Anthony Mackie claimed "Captain America: Civil War" will shoot in Puerto Rico, Berlin and Atlanta. As for his role, the actor teased this time his Falcon scenes in the sequel would definitely involve "a lot of flying and fighting."

Back in September, Mackie also teased about the movie's plot during a Q & A at the Wizard World Convention in Chicago. This detail remains unconfirmed and per Movieweb is basically what he wants to see happening in the movie. The actor claimed Falcon and Captain America will eventually team up in "Civil War" to look for Bucky Barnes a.k.a. the Winter Soldier.

"Then, once he goes back to Bucky and we get all the craziness out of his head, then we become a three-man duo - he's got a shield, he's got an arm, and he's got wings - and we go out, and we save the world," he said.

Falcon's fate in "Captain America: Civil War" remains unclear. Few speculations claim he will become the next Captain America following Steve Rogers' death. Even the directors Joe and Anthony Russo hinted of the character's fate during an interview with Collider. Joe revealed Athony Mackie will eventually "take over the mantle" from Captain America at the end of the movie.

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