Revealed! “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier”: The reason why Bucky’s arm is deactivated is discovered

UNITED STATES.- One of the most tragic stories in the Marvel Universe is without a doubt that of the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan). The character of Bucky barnes he loses one of his arms, they brainwash him and turn him into a totally ruthless killer. After “Avengers: Endgame” (2019) he teams up with Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and the series of “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier”.

After many twists and turns, Bucky seems to be better with himself. And precisely part of his life is shown in this new Disney Plus series and, in a timely manner, has attracted the attention of a scene from the last chapters of the production. On “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” There is a fight between two heroes against the Dora Milaje of Wakanda and one of them, with a swift movement, deactivates Barnes’s arm.

In this sense, speculations began to emerge and a wave of theories also began to arise. But recently, Marvel Studios has been given the task of uncovering the mystery through a video. The series’ special effects supervisor, Eric Leven, opened up about the logistics of the iconic Winter Soldier arm to the amazement of fans.

“Since it was a Wakandan arm, the Wakandans put a small security device there so that if they were ever in a difficult situation, they could press a small code on the magic arm to make it come out. […] There is a magic pressure point here (gestures towards the shoulder), a magic button that will separate your arm. Ayo (Florence Kasumba) knows where she is ”.

For this reason, which is mere security, the arm of Bucky barnes it can be deactivated immediately. In addition, they added that a lot was studied in order to give the arm a certain personality, as we remember that it was made in Wakanda. Therefore a small light signature was added. “We ended up making a very, very subtle light inside his shoulder, and then a very subtle light traveling down his arm. It’s a blink and you’ll miss it ”.

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