Go behind the scenes of Disney’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier with never before seen photos from the series

THE new Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has arrived, as the highly anticipated show expands even further on the Marvel universe.

In these never-before-seen photos, fans should expect a program featuring big-time graphics and landscapes that will definitely have jaws dropping.

The source who shot the impressive photos fans exclusively told The Sun about the show's set: “They built their own city within the city.

“I was really impressed with the production, it was a very high quality set. The set designers were obviously advanced.

“It was so elaborate, it was like maybe Singapore in the future, with all the vendors and loads of expensive cars, like Mad Max style and vendors."

The insider added: “They did did a great job with the extras too, like they went to the freak store to get them.

“They had some of the main characters stunt doubles."

The photos, taken in Griffin, Georgia on Dec 16, 2019, had not been viewed by the public until now — but judging by them it will be one big ride.

The behind-the-scenes pics shows just one of the Disney+ series' sets, as it looks like something straight out of Blade Runner filled with nothing but lights, big eye-catching signs, and of course, extremely impressive cars.

In one photo, two Corvettes – one red and one white – are parked alongside one another in front of a wall tagged with graffiti art.

Another shows stunt doubles and other crew preparing for their big scenes.

Other photos give a better look at the amazing set created by production.

The series, starring Anthony Mackie as the Falcon and Sebastian Stan as the Winter Soldier, picks up after all the events of 2019’s Avengers: Endgame.

For those who recalled, the film wrapped up with Captain America, played by Chris Evans, retiring and handing over the reigns (and his shield) over to his best pal Sam Wilson – Anthony's character.

However, as the new series kicks off Sam feels like the shield "belongs to someone else," and hands it over to the U.S. government so that they can preserve it as a museum piece.

Sam won't be alone in his adventures, as the Winter Soldier – also known as Bucky Barnes – finds himself attempting to recover from post-traumatic stress disorder after all that he went through in the previous Marvel films.

Showrunner Malcolm Spellman previously told Inverse about what fans can expect from the series: "This is about a muscular story forcing these characters to rethink how they see themselves and confront how the world sees them.

"To get the emotion of that, you want as much of that to be outward and of-the-moment, so that you can have as emotional an experience [as possible].”

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will be the second Disney+ series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, following WandaVision, which wowed viewers with its beautiful graphics and incredible performances by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany.

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