Possible Spoilers: New Info On Captain America’s Suit Situation In Winter Soldier
Obviously there are spoilers here. We’re giving you a little more room to make your decision before we dive right into it. The folks over JoBlo got hold of some spoilers relating to Cap‘s suit in The Winter Soldier, and they sound legit. Follow me to the next paragraph for more.
So Cap will have another new suit for the sequel. We’ve seen some blurry shots of it during the early days of filming. It’s essentially the Steve Rogers: Super Soldier costume. Steve wore those duds while Bucky was being Captain America in the comics. It’s a nice costume, but it doesn’t feel like something “Captain America” would wear. It doesn’t look American flag-y enough. Of course Cap changes costumes in the comics a lot, so it’s OK to bring in different variations of the costume. It seems he’ll be changing suits a few times in the Russo brothers directed sequel. Here’s what JoBlo‘s source had to say:
This is Cap’s S.H.I.E.L.D. uniform (obviously) but for circumstances unknown (either it getting destroyed or Cap hating it), at some point in the film, Steve breaks into the Smithsonian and steals back his 40’s uniform. So for all of us that loved the Johnston suit, Captain America will be back in it by the end of the movie. Sort of takes the sting away from this lameness.
So Cap will break in to the Smithsonian and liberate the Johnston suit. Whether he gets sentimental about it or he uses it to confront the Winter Soldier to try and jog his memory remains to be seen. I’m sure something starts to click in Bucky‘s head when he’s fighting Steve, but seeing his buddy in his WWII costume would have to fire a few synapses. What do you think? Are you glad Cap could potentially have his 40s costume back?
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Source : JoBlo