Thunderbolts: David Harbour Wraps With Red Guardian ‘Unconquerable’ Russian Poster

The actor takes to social media to announce he has finished filming the Marvel movie that comes with an asterisk.

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And that’s a wrap for David Harbour on Marvel’s Thunderbolts movie who has finished filming the movie and shares a Red Guardian poster that might be used in the film.

Harbour returns from Black Widow and joins Marvel’s team of mostly villains which also includes Florence Pugh as Yelena, Rachel Weisz as Melina, Sebastian Stan as the Winter Soldier, Wyatt Russell as U.S. Agent, Olga Kurylenko as Taskmaster, and Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost.

Also starring in the film includes Lewis Pullman as The Sentry.

“Wrapped. Loved making this. Love the ‘bolts. #thunderbolts* #redguardian,” posted Harbour on Instagram.

You will note that David Harbour included the asterisk as part of the title.

At the recent CinemaCon, Marvel announced a title change for Thunderbolts as it is now being referred to as “Thunderbolts*.”

Kevin Feige also recently appeared on The Marvel Podcast and again emphasized the title is “Thunderbolts*.” What that means is currently a mystery. It’s possible we’ll find out next month when Marvel Studios appears at Comic-Con.

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Regarding the poster, it reads in Russian, “неукротимы, Мы как Красный Страж!”

Via a translator, the Red Guardian poster says, “We are unconquerable like the Red Guardian!”

Thunderbolts concept art by Andy Park
‘Thunderbolts’ concept art by Andy Park

David Harbour also previously described the movie.

“It’ll be funny. It’ll be weird. It’ll be action. And then we’re also going to drop a bomb, which is cool,” he said.

In another interview, Harbour teased, “I’d like to see him be a little bit more of a badass as well. I’d like to see those fighting skills, which we see a little bit with Taskmaster, but, as messed up as he is, he does have the super serum, and he knows this Russian Sambo technique, and I think we could see a lot more color in that department in terms of his range as a fighter.”

Thunderbolts gets released on May 5, 2025, directed by Jake Schreier.

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