New CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER TV Spot Throws Caution To The Wind And Drops A Potential Spoiler
Marvel has released the second TV spot for Captain America: The Winter Soldier.The first one showed a lot of action, but this one plays up the drama and intensity of the Russo brothers directed film. It also drops a potentially huge spoiler in the process. If you don’t want to even venture into the land of possible spoilers, then turn back now. If you don’t care or you think Marvel is playing a trick with their marketing tactics, then continue on and check out the video below.
The second trailer features Captain America (Chris Evans) uttering the line “Fury’s last words were not to trust anyone.” Many a fan speculated that it was Fury on the operating table in the first trailer, and possibly the man under the sheet in the coroner’s office, and it seems that is indeed the case. Fury appears to have kicked the bucket. Now just because he’s dead doesn’t mean he’s dead. Loki ‘died’ in The Dark World only to come back 10 minutes later. Nick Fury has to deal with a compromised S.H.I.E.L.D. in this movie, so people thinking he’s dead could come in handy. Whether the death is real or it’s a cleverly disguised ruse remains to be seen. What do you think?
After the cataclysmic events in New York with The Avengers, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” finds Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, living quietly in Washington, D.C. and trying to adjust to the modern world. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to put the world at risk. Joining forces with the Black Widow, Captain America struggles to expose the ever-widening conspiracy while fighting off professional assassins sent to silence him at every turn. When the full scope of the villainous plot is revealed, Captain America and the Black Widow enlist the help of a new ally, the Falcon. However, they soon find themselves up against an unexpected and formidable enemy — the Winter Soldier.
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