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So this is happening! Captain America: The Winter Soldier is due April 4, 2014—we’re talking Falcon, Bucky, and Robert Redford, people. That’s some exciting stuff!
Principal photography has started and the new Captain America movie is up and running. The first film got mixed reviews (I really liked it), so I am curious to see how the sequel fares now that The Avengers has taken everything into another stratosphere.
I think Cap’ will rise to the occasion.
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Marvel has released a new clip that shows a few, very brief, and I mean very, moments of its next big film – The Avengers. The clip also contains the last few seconds of Captain America: The First Avenger, which could be considered a spoiler, so I’m putting it below the jump.
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Disney and Marvel Studios released the first shot from the set as principal photography began. Why I may have hemmed and hawed over Thor being a Disney film or not, this is truly the first Marvel Studios film where Disney has been involved since almost the beginning. So I’ll be keeping an eye on it.
I’m not sure if four director chairs is supposed to excite me. But that logo in the background looks like it might have some significance. I am however, looking forward to Joss Whedon’s screenplay and direction. This comic/superhero genre is his forte.
The full press release announcing the start of production is below the jump: