S.H.I.E.L.D. Under Fire in 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Spot
"Get me off the grid now!" After the last TV spot hinted that a certain Marvel character might be in trouble in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a new one-minute spot for the Marvel sequel pretty much confirms it. It seems like Samuel L. Jackson has Nick Fury will definitely be incapacitated for part of the film, but we're doubting that he'll be killed off. However, Fury isn't the only member of S.H.I.E.L.D. under fire as we see the government holding some sort of hearing to scrutinize the agency that seems to be taking a lot of liberty with protecting the United States. This just looks better and better. Watch the TV spot below!
Here's the new TV spot for Anthony & Joe Russo's Captain America: The Winter Soldier from Marvel:
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is directed by Anthony & Joe Russo ("Community" and "Arrested Development") with a script from Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely (Captain America: The First Avenger, Thor: The Dark World). Chris Evans reprises his role as Captain America, still struggling to adjust to present day life, when a powerful new enemy emerges. Scarlett Johansson also returns in the film as S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Natasha Romanoff along with Anthony Mackie, Emily VanCamp, Robert Redford, Frank Grillo and Sebastian Stan. Disney will release the Marvel sequel in theaters next spring starting April 4th.
Nash on Mar 4, 2014
Hmmm - the most recent trailer made me start to get excited (cuz other than it looking like Cap was going to tell Fury to essentially kiss his ass, I was 'meh'); I think this cinched the deal. Though TBH, at this point, any Marvel movie will get my butt in the seat on at least opening day, if not Midnight Madness.
VAharleywitch on Mar 4, 2014
Frisbeman is back. Hurray. Merica'
redskulllives on Mar 4, 2014
*ahem* Noveltyflyingdiscman! Frisbe(e) is a trademark of Aerobie.
DAVIDPD on Mar 4, 2014
So many trailers!!! Can we stop now please?
SkyNet300 on Mar 4, 2014
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