More Pics Of The Winter Soldier: Plus 4 New Actors Join Robert Redford’s S.H.I.E.L.D. Team
There are a couple of pieces of Captain America: The Winter Soldier news happening today. We’ve gotten some more fantastic picks of the Winter Soldier as well as a few last minute additions to the cast. Let’s get the new additions to the team out of the way before we dissect the new pics of the films titular villain.
Everyone was very pleasantly surprised when legendary actor and director Robert Redford signed up to be in the Marvel movie. We learned he would be playing Alexander Pierce and it was a very substantial role. Well Twitch Film is reporting that Redford will have his own S.H.I.E.L.D. entourage when he comes on the scene. Four of the members of his team will be Chin Han, Alan Dale, Jenny Agutter, and Bernard White. Han (The Dark Knight) is hopping over from DC to make his first appearance in a Marvel movie. Dale is a veteran character actor so it’s not hard to guess what type of role he’ll be playing. Agutter had a small part in Avengers as a member of the World Security Council, so she’ll be getting a slightly larger role this time around. White is listed on IMDB as “Indian Council Member,” but we know how reliable they are.
Now to the picks. Cleveland.com (via Twitter’s @Daily_SuperHero) have uploaded some new pics of Sebastian Stan while he was filming an action-packed scene today. The Winter Soldier fired a few shots at an SUV, there was a slight explosion, it flipped over, then he ripped the door off. You can roughly see how it plays out below. You can click on the pictures to expand. Give the right hand in picture #2 a close look. It appears to show off some silver fingertips. We haven’t seen Bucky‘s new bionic arm since he has the coat on, but it looks like we’re seeing a tease of it through the gloves. Plus, a normal person couldn’t rip the door off that car like that. What do you think?
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