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Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer: another city slated for massive Avengers damage

So, the Winter Soldier is another engineered fighter like Cap himself? Someone needs to tell someone that they’re not all gonna be nice guys like Steve.

Looks like the Avengers are gonna be right in the middle of mass destruction in another city. I wonder if people in this universe are starting to move away from anywhere the Avengers are hanging out. It cannot be good for property values to be anywhere in the same metropolitan area as these heroes.


US/Canada release date: Apr 4 2014 | UK release date: Mar 28 2014
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  • Kathy_A

    I liked the first Captain America film, looooved the Avengers film, and seeing this trailer is making me clap my hands in anticipatory glee! This coming from someone who didn’t read any comic books at all at any point in her life and whose first Marvel movie experience in the theater was the first Captain America film (my friend who is a lifelong Marvel geek dragged me to go see it and was shocked when I had very little knowledge about who was who–I had seen Iron Man 1 on TV, but that was it).

  • Dr. Rocketscience

    So, the Winter Soldier is another engineered fighter like Cap himself? Someone needs to tell someone that they’re not all gonna be nice guys like Steve.

    *bites tongue because spoilers*

  • LaSargenta

    It cannot be good for property values to be anywhere in the same metropolitan area as these heroes.

    Just like I really wondered why anyone stayed in the town Miss Marple lived in.

  • Danielm80

    I always wondered if Jessica Fletcher was a serial killer who was very good at covering her tracks.

  • http://wellspringfoam.blogspot.com/ Mate Sršen

    Really? Here’s a question if you don’t mind: why did you like the first Captain America film? I’m not being facetious – it’s just that I’m a massive geek and therefore always find outside perspectives on my interests… interesting. And fresh.

  • Kathy_A

    I’ve always been a big fan of WWII flicks, having grown up on older films on late-night tv before the advent of the VCR. Also, I liked Steve’s innocence and his relationship with his fellow soldiers. The rest of the film was rather forgettable, but that stuff, and the Howard Stark stuff, was great. I had even forgotten that the Tessaract was in it when I saw The Avengers, at least until Steve told Nick Fury that they should have left it in the ocean.

  • http://www.flickfilosopher.com/ MaryAnn Johanson

    Oh, I figure there’s gotta be more to it than that.

    The Winter Soldier is a future Steve who has been mutated by being sent back in time via a black hole, right? :->

  • Dr. Rocketscience

    Whoa, that would be awesome.

  • RogerBW

    This whole trend in modern action films for having lots and lots of destruction and death in the background is one I’m not fond of. Man of Steel seemed particularly keen on it.

  • LaSargenta

    And framing people!

  • David_Conner

    I’m hoping they’ll bring Damage Control (the company that specializes in cleaning up after all these superhero battles) into the Marvel Movieverse somehow.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damage_Control_%28comics%29