Heightening the hype surrounding the first Avenger, Marvel Studios just released a featurette for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," teasing the movie's use of conspiracy theories, moral dilemmas and bringing Steve Rogers into the 21st Century.
Highlighting behind-the-scenes commentary from the movie's stars, including Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson, the trailer gives fans a sneak peek at the kind of action and drama they can expect from the movie's release on April 4th.
He’s never been one to mince words, and Samuel L. Jackson unleased a Jules Winnfield-esque fury (his character from ‘Pulp Fiction’) when entertainment reporter Sam Rubin confused him with Laurence Fishburne.
During his interview on Monday (February 10), the “Changing Lanes” star was mistakenly asked if he received any reaction to his Super Bowl commercial. Unfortunately for Mr. Rubin, Jackson wasn’t on any Super Bowl commercials.
Inching closer to the big trailer debut, Marvel released a new teaser for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” this afternoon (October 23).
Giving us only a few glimpses of the highly anticipated superhero flick, we see Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) adjusting to his modern-day life and a hint at Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) looking a bit stressed.