SDCC ’13 Winter Soldier Round Up: Cap’s New Uniform And Shield Spotted; Frank Grillo, Emily Van Camp, And Anthony Mackie Speak
Marvel’s panel will be taking place in a few hours, but some news and pics relating to Captain America: The Winter Soldier have been trickling out over the course of the day. There are some new pics of Captain America’s newest suit and his repainted shield, and some of the film’s cast talked about their characters and some of the action we can expect to see.
Yesterday we posted a pic that was said to be the Smithsonian display of Cap’s old suit and some of the WWII memorabilia. Today the display has been switched out and a new Captain America suit and shield is on display. The photos show the Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. suit and the blue and silver shield. You can check them out below.
Also hitting today is an extended audio interview with Winter Soldier cast members Frank Grillo (Brock Rumlow aka Crossbones), Anthony Mackie (Falcon), and Emily Van Camp who basically confirmed she is indeed playing Agent Carter. Besides the Agent Carter confirmation, we also hear Frank Grillo say we might not see Brock Rumlow become Crossbones in the highly anticipated sequel. So if you hoped to see him in the Crossbones gear, you might want to prepare yourself for disappointment. Anthony Mackie talks more in-depth about Falcon and how they are really building up the relationship between him and Cap we know from the comics. You can listen to the whole chat below. What do you think of the latest Captain America: The Winter Soldier news?
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