Anthony Mackie on Bringing the Falcon to Life

The actor discusses his role as the high-flying superhero in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
3:00 | 04/03/14

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Thank you so much, ginger. From "The hurt locker" to "Million dollar baby" this guy is on fire. Thank you for that selfie, by the way. That's a selfie out there. That's the one. You are literally flying high. Yes, yes. Kicking booty. Much boot-tee. We welcome Anthony Mackie. Good to be here. You and I were talking about the big concern with the wings. I didn't want to look like a pigeon because on set the wings weren't that big. They were about that long. Every time I flew it was more like this and it was very nerve-racking. It was? Yeah, don't want to be a pheasant. What about all the wires and the high-flying act that you really had get into. Those are the little wings, pheasant wings. It was great. It was painful. There's nothing in the human nature that prepares you to fly and land so landing is the hard part. Just trying no the to run into stuff. Do you have a fear of heightsy did you have to get over anything. No, certified skydiver. Boom. 25 jumps under this belt. Look at that. Usually trapped to some fat dude but I jumped. Here's a picture, what does it mean to be part of the "Captain America" franchise? It's amazing. Marvel is a studio that puts out great products so when you're an actor and know the studio will put owout a great product you can relax. Samuel L. Jackson. One of my closest friends, I love him to death and takes care of all the young arcs in the marvel universe. Let's see how well he takes care of you. Sam Jackson. A question from one of your fans. Do I press here? Yes. Are you ever going to pay me the money you owe me? Your friend. Unfair question. First of all, Sam, I don't owe you money. All right. You owe me money for the back nine. I owe money but I wasn't betting you. That's why you don't play golf with Sam Jackson. It's really not fair. It's really not fair. The camaraderie -- It's too much. How is your game, by the what I. It's pretty good. I'm a 12 handicap. Millennium tiger woods. That's who I am. Let's get out there. You play? I do. What are you doing tomorrow? We'll discuss. Uh-huh. I'll take some lunch money. I'll be instagramsing you. "Captain America: The winter soldier" opens with Anthony and Samuel and opens nationwide tomorrow.

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