The new Captain America has mechanical wings, which indicates some truth to the often-peaced cliché that “not all heroes wear hoods.” Beyond the big role as A marvel Superhero Anthony Mackie is deeply rooted when it comes to real-life heroism. forever New Orleans Residing, Maki grew up in the city he repeatedly destroyed Tornadoes over the past decade. He is now committed to rebuilding his hometown – one roof at a time.
“When I was a kid, I would do Saturdays with my parents, and if the old lady on the street had a leaky roof or a friend’s gutters were clogged, we’d help them out,” Mackie says. “The Seventh District was truly a middle-class neighborhood where everyone helps everyone. I carry this legacy in my father’s name. He taught me so many great lessons. Now, as an adult, I take these lessons home.”
Mackie, who moved to New York City at the age of 17 to study theater at Julliard, had a long successful career in cinema, with roles including 8 milesAnd the Pain lockerAnd the Has bad reputationAnd the Settlements Officeand the role of Falcon in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe – a character that evolved into the new Captain America. Shows his first leadership in this field, Captain America: New World Order The premiere is scheduled to take place in 2024.
But saving lives on screen isn’t Maki’s only priority. this week, GAFAmerica’s largest manufacturer of roofing and waterproofing has announced its partnership with Mackie to help rebuild communities affected by natural disasters and leave them vulnerable to future crises. The partnership is committed to rebuilding or repairing 500 roofs in the Bay Area, starting with the neighborhood he lives in—the seventh district of New Orleans.