Sebastian Stan Teases Possible Bucky Haircut in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier TV Show
With Avengers: Endgame in the books, fans are looking forward to the next adventures for some of their favorite characters, especially Winter Solider Bucky Barnes. The upcoming Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will see the titular heroes come together for six episodes, reportedly to make their debut in August and while not much is known about the series' plot, star Sebastian Stan did have one tease for fans: Bucky might possibly get a haircut.
During his panel at MCM London this weekend, Stan was asked if Bucky would be able to "let down his hair" more -- meaning have more fun -- in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier to which Stan joked that Bucky's hair was already down by virtue of it being long.
"His hair is down," Stan said. "Listen, the whole weave thing it's just, it's way too, I don't know. Maybe he has a haircut. I don't know, I don't know. I don't know anything. I don't know yet. We'll see."
Now, in context, it's very possible that Stan is simply joking. Plot details for the series are being kept quite under wraps, but the series is expected to continue the dynamic between Stan's Bucky and Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson/Falcon as they navigate a world without the Steve Rogers/Captain America. The series is set to involve Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp) and Zemo (Daniel Brühl), who last appeared in Captain America: Civil War. That said, Stan did elaborate a bit about his experience with Bucky's signature long hair
"I like the long hair," he said. "You know, it's nice but it's hard. It's hard to have long hair. You guys know. You wake up in the morning and then this [gestures as if hair is over his face]. You're like, what happened? I feel like I ate a lot of my hair when I was in character, especially at lunch."
Outside of the possible hairstyle choices, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier may also see Bucky make some other changes, especially when it comes to establishing his own identity.
"I think it's time for Bucky to go out there and have an identity outside of the circumstances that we've met him through," Stan said of his man out of time while attending an Italy convention.
"So, I don't know, he might do all kinds of things. He might even go on a date. I don't know. Scary world out there, you know? Apps, things like that. I don't know what he's gonna do. I can't see him on an iPhone I think it's gonna be a lot of dealing with Anthony's character and Anthony himself which is always another character."1comments
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Ranking 10 Sebastian Stan Haircuts
There are three important things to know about me for this exercise. The first is I am a big Marvel Cinematic Universe fan, no matter what my friend Julia says to try to dissuade me. So, my Fridays are currently spent counting down the minutes until it’s the evening and my family can sit around the TV and turn to [REDACTED]’s Disney+ account to watch the latest episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The second thing is that I often think about hair. Mostly, it’s my own hair. I spent a fair amount of time each day getting it where I like it, and have been known to experiment with my hair (for legal reasons, I have been barred from posting pictures online of the haircut I gave myself two months ago). But I also think about Sebastian Stan’s hair. Over his career he has tried out a variety of looks and I think it’s time to rank 10 of them. The third thing is I wrote this when I was delirious after a vaccine shot. I can’t promise this makes sense.
- The Iron Man 3 red carpet.
What kinda Dane Dehaan, Tobey Maguire in Spider-man 3 wannabe looking ass haircut is this?!? No Sebastian. NO. The hair drooping low over the eye is n e v e r the look. It’s just grown out with no purpose. The back of the hair, where there isn’t an obscene amount of product, looks shaggy and jagged. Sebastian, you are a handsome lad. But this little droop is taking away from your eyes! And, to top it off, when he rolls out of bed in the morning, it will not be a good look, trust me. And some days you just want to be lazy! This look makes that impossible. Not when you can lick the right side of your hair. I’m glad you moved out of this stage.
I have never seen this film. I will not lie to you dear reader, I do not have much care to see this movie. Just… why did they do this to my boy?? This is likely the shortest haircut Stan has ever rocked in a movie and it is not the look. To be fair and even-handed, it is a good haircut. Maybe part of the plot is he knows a good barber, I’ll never know. But it is way too severe. He should never ever be forced to get a fade that high up, you just look like a skinhead. Perhaps that is what they were going for! But here at the SSHR (Sebastian Stan Haircut Ranker), context is irrelevant. I need to cleanse my eyes.
- Drama League Awards
Who wore it better: Boris Johnson or Sebastian Stan? We’ve all gone through the platinum blonde stage. Joe Jonas did. Zac Efron did. Alec Weiker did. It works for some (Alec <3). Others, not so much, and yes Sebastian I am looking directly at you. I realize this was and that I may never understand what people were thinking during that era. But if I had a time machine that I could only use once, I am either going to watch Willie Mays in the World Series, or shake your publicist by the shoulders and shout “WHAT ARE YOU THINKING” at the top of my lungs. Currently a coin flip.
- The Martian red carpet
Here at the SSHR, we only have a few rules. Take your shoes off when you come inside. No hats at the dinner table. And under no circumstance should you ever have a man bun. It’s just lazy. There is no goal, no style. Going to a red carpet in a man bun is the equivalent of Jason Sudeikis wearing a sweatshirt to the Golden Globes. It’s just not something you do!! I get it Sebastian, you were probably growing your hair out for a role (perhaps the next one on this list) but you really just need to own it. Plus, in my experience, male hair in a ponytail is often greasy and hard to deal with later, so this is a firm no in my book.
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier
I have two major pervading thoughts about this look. 1. Sebastian Stan doesn’t look great with shoulder length hair. I’m sorry it’s true. It’s kind of stringy, unkempt, and gets in his eyes way too quickly. 2. That being said, he looks cool as fuck. This is a conundrum at the SSRH. I will say, re: my last ranking, he owns this cut. And that is what ranks it higher. However, at the end of the day, my aversion to long hair wins out. I cannot rank this higher than the others on this list because it is just too ratty. Great for character development, though.
- Ricki and the Flash
A nice and simple slicked back look. I only knock off points because he looks a little too much like an Ivy League educated hedge fund manager. This man called into CNBC to complain about the Redditors driving the price of Gamestop stocks while working for a company that received a large bailout in I’m not saying this is a totally bad look. It works on him and keeps the attention on his face. It’s just not my favorite. Not much more to say about it. It’s in the middle of this ranking because it’s a middle of the pack haircut.
- The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
This is the cut that started this whole thought exercise. My friend Jabriel posed the question about whether Stan’s cut in this show is his best and I slot it in at a respectable fourth on the list. It’s kept clean which I like. There is a respectable sideburn length and excellent ability for some poof in the front. It just lacks the flavor that the top three on this list have. This look could be considered vanilla, but there is definitely purpose in how it looks like he just rolled out of bed. Seeming like you don’t care about your looks is an art form and he nails it.
- Hot Tub Time Machine
This is going to be my most controversial pick. I haven’t seen this movie either, but I know it by reputation. I have also never been able to pull off a middle part, although I know that by reputation also. And I must say. He pulls it off. The SSHR pays no attention to apparel and we recognize that in this look it is hard to avoid. But this is a picture perfect middle part. It’s raised just high enough to give it a little depth and just the right length to frame his forehead. 10/10 middle part, I beg you to do it again.
- Gossip Girl
I have never seen an episode of Gossip Girl, although I do know that “Good Girls Go Bad” by Cobra Starship, feat. Leighton Meester slaps. So I have no clue what Stan’s character, Carter, acts like on the show. My best guess: a womanizer with a dark past and very questionable morals. Gossip Girl fans, weigh in and tell me if I’m right. Look at that hair. Not just anyone could get away with that much product without people thinking they are a tryhard! Instead, this man is definitely a heartbreaker, albeit one who probably lives on a country estate with his parents and a stable of horses, which may play a role in his desirability. I am getting progressively more and more unhinged here, but this is the best cut we have seen Stan have on screen.
- Entertainment Weekly Instagram teaser
Justperfect. The volume! How it holds! How the very end of the curl doesn’t stay in place! Now this is a quality haircut and the first time we have really seen him grow his hair for depth instead of length. And look, I get it. This seems like it would take a looooong time to hairspray every day, and that’s just not reasonable when not on tour. But this is the look, Seb. I promise. If someone sold TFATWS press tour Pomade, you’re goddamn right I would buy it. I will be thinking about this haircut for a long time.
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The Winter Soldier reveals the secret backstory hidden in his hair
The Winter Soldier is giving Thor a run for his money for the most fabulous Marvel hair on the set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. But how did they decide that a character breakdown equals long hair? Actor Sebastian Stan, who plays both Bucky Barnes and Captain America's new foe, shares with us the evolution of his lovely locks. And yeah, there's an actual story reason they're so lovely and long.
io9: So Bucky is like Captain America. They're both from another time, they're both lost in this new world. How does Bucky deal with that in this new movie?
Sebastian Stan: He doesn't deal with it. [Laughs]. He just doesn't deal with it.
I'm curious about the evolution of the hair.
Oh yes! Please ask me, because I'm sure people have opinions.
We've been drawing pictures of long hair on you for quite some time on io9. We didn't know how it would look! How did you guys come to this conclusion of this hairstyle? Was it totally out of your hands?
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You know what the funny thing is, we had the artist - Ed Brubaker — on set. I remember I was talking to him and I asked "why the long hair?" And he said, "the thing is we have long hair when you're drawing comic books, [because it] things look more epic." This was so funny to me because he was basically also explaining why superheroes have capes. The reason they have capes is because you can tell in a comic book that they're flying. Or that there's wind. So I said, "alright, so you're telling me he has long hair because you wanted it for stylistic purposes." It makes sense!
In the storyline basically Bucky sort of snapped a little bit. He went on a mission and he went missing for about a month, or so, in New York and they [the Russians] couldn't find him. So he kind of walked around like a homeless person for a while. He was trying to figure out what he was doing and where he was. And during that process there was no one there giving him a haircut.
But in terms of the movie, I don't care. You can't approach something with "oh my god, how am I going to look with long hair," you just do. I'm playing this part, this guy's got long hair, I gotta have long hair. What are you gonna do. ?
Well I like it. I think it works. So what is modern-day Bucky (or Winter Soldier's) fighting-style? He was trained to fight in World War II and then picked up by the Russians. Is there a combination of Russian kickboxing or something?
It's actually kind of scrappy. The idea was this is the kind of guy who can kill you with a straw. He's precise, he's very specific with what he does. But the idea is that it's messy. He'll use knives… knives were always a big part of the character. There is a lot of knife work in the movie for sure. And overall brutality. He'll kill you with whatever is closest.
Bucky was very cool in the first movie, and he had personality and a bit of pep. How do you play damaged and crazed while maintaining the bits of Bucky we remember from the first film? Or do you just drop all of that?
No, no, you can't [drop that]. In the first movie, without knowing they were going to shoot this movie ,honestly, I thought about this happening. I wanted to show different sides of him where you could potentially look back and see sides of him. "I can see that person coming up this way, if he's being guided." Yes, it was technically a different person, but it's still the same guy. There's got to be something about him you recognize.
Looking even farther into the future, do you think Bucky could eventually take over for Captain America like he does in the comics?
I don't know. It's another storyline that's great, but there are many story lines. I unfortunately have no clue.
- Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan will be reuniting for a Disney+ series centered on their Captain America characters.
- A new poster revealed a major makeover for Bucky/The Winter Soldier.
- You'll be able to watch The Falcon and The Winter Soldier in Fall
Since his re-introduction as The Winter Soldier in 's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Sebastian Stan's Bucky Barnes has more or less looked the same. Long hair, stubbly beard, and, of course, his dynamic metal arm. But in the first poster for Disney+'s The Falcon and The Winter Soldier series, it looks like Bucky got a pretty significant makeover.
While the series other titular character is also due for a makeover (one involving a shield, if you catch our drift), it's Bucky who looks different in the new Falcon and Winter Soldier poster. With his hair cut and beard trimmed, Bucky is almost unrecognizable from the character we've seen recently in Avengers: Endgame, Avengers: Infinity War, and even a brief cameo in Black Panther.
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Actually, Bucky's new appearance is quite similar to how he looked when we first met the character, way back in 's Captain America: The First Avenger, when Bucky was just a WWII soldier alongside his pal, Steve.
In past poster experiences, Marvel has made a habit of featuring Bucky's weaponized metal arm front and center—the signature takeaway from his time under HYDRA's spell. Could the shift in appearance, combined with the haircut and shave, symbolize that the brainwashed Winter Soldier is gone for good, and that Bucky is all the way back?
We last saw The Falcon and The Winter Soldier at the end of Avengers: Endgame, when Sam had just been passed the shield from a now-old and deeply-time traveled Steve Rogers/Captain America—something that Bucky knew was going to happen. The series, presumably, will deal with the aftermath of that moment. (Stan has been prepping for his eighth turn as the character by putting in quite a bit of gym time.) Captain America veterans Emily VanCamp (Sharon Carter) and Daniel Bruhl (Civil War villain Baron Zemo) will also be returning for the series.
Disney+ will launch for the very first time on November 12th, led by titles like MCU alum Jon Favreau's Star Wars series The Mandalorian, and a pair of other projects featuring MCU talent:a live-action Lady and the Tramp movie with Justin Theroux and Tessa Thompson, and a travel series called The World According to Jeff Goldblum. With The Falcon and The Winter Soldier due in , Disney+ is looking promising.
Evan RomanoEvan is an associate editor for Men’s Health, with bylines in The New York Times, MTV News, Brooklyn Magazine, and VICE.
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