Less than two months before release, director Joe Johnston took Samuel L Jackson and Chris Evans to shoot additional scenes for "Captain America: The First Avenger" at Times Square on Saturday. There were plenty of people in the area, which is why we now have a video and several photos from the set.
Judging by the photos, it seems that this is Marvel's post-credits scene in which Steve Rogers (Evans) travels from the 1940s to present day and is overwhelmed by the chaos of today's New York. Check everything out below.
Now that "The Avengers" are getting ready to begin filming on Monday, Evans is worried that he won't get the chance to star in films other than Captain America-related.
Evans explained: "That was a big concern when we agreed to do the film. I said look, 'If do this movie, I don't want to only be in a blue superhero outfit for the next ten years. That's just not creatively satisfying.'"
He confirmed that Marvel is already working on the "Captain America" sequel and "The Avengers" is getting ready to begin filming on Monday. "It's gonna be tough. I might not have a lot of downtime in my life," said Evans. "We did sign a six picture thing, so there's potentially three Captain America's and three Avengers."
Now that "The Avengers" are getting ready to begin filming on Monday, Evans is worried that he won't get the chance to star in films other than Captain America-related. ---- WTF did you think would happen when you signed a 7 to 9 movie deal moron?! You think they want to film you as CA well into your 70's because you want to do other stuff?
I said look, 'If do this movie, I don't want to only be in a blue superhero outfit for the next ten years. That's just not creatively satisfying.'" ---- at a $300K paycheck, you shot yourself in the foot getting onto Marvel's A-List like Downey you dumb sh*t. You have NO pull with Marvel.
F*ck me... I guess we don't need to ask how delusional Evans is.
what a cheap whore.I believe Andrew Garfield is getting paid more to do spiderman.
minkowskiwrites: on April 24th, 2011 at 9:22:10 PM
Evans sounds like a whining bitch. Is it Marvel's fault he has absolutely no pull on anything other than Marvel films? No one else wants him, for anything, and he's complaining basically that he sucks. Poor baby.
As we're jumping to a couple of conclusions with this article, I'll assume that handshake from Samuel L. Jackson with Evans was telling Evans his career (for doing much else other than CA) is pretty much boned.
@mink - whiny bitch was exactly what I was going to call Evans. If he has ANY of those concerns, he didn't have to sign the contract. And if those concerns were only realized by him AFTER signing a 7-9 movie deal... he's as dumb as a bag of rusty hammers.
minkowskiwrites: on April 24th, 2011 at 9:45:38 PM
Agreed, Ranger, aand IMO the guy should be very, very grateful that he's been given the chances he has, because now he's set to star in a major summer tentpole flick that just may undo the damage he's done to his career by appearing in failed, underwhelming films like Puch and FF.
And yet, here he is whining and crying. If only others could be so 'unlucky'.
"he's as dumb as a bag of rusty hammers."
He isn't the brightest bulb in the chandolier, for sure.
Not bad IMO i had no real expectations before seeing it. I have never read any of the comics or seen any cartoons, Which i think was a little bit of a hindrance when i was watching it, i'm sure you needed a little more knowledge on some of the characters that film didn't explain.
But there's Lots of action, Portman looked hot and Hemsworth was pretty good as Thor (i thought anyway).
Some of the effects were a little iffy in places i thought, but overall it was good fun for 2 hrs
rocketmanwrites: on April 25th, 2011 at 1:36:04 PM
Yeah mink, just reading some of that. Every positive review in there, not one person has commented.
You get the 2 bad reviews and people are totally up in arms. What I find hilarious is that most of the people commenting haven't even seen the film yet.
People are f*cking stupid.. How many times did I hear, "this looks like its going down the batman and robin road" Well if a 94% on RT means anything.. I'd say its a shade better than Batman and Robin.
Kenneth Branagh is anything but retarded. The man knows how to make a film. Haven't seen Thor yet, I doubt I will until it hits shelves. But its nice to see that every moron on earth that bashed this film is now all of a sudden sucking its movie d*ck..
Just put on 16 Blocks and all ready want to kill mos def and his F**k annoying nasal voice
A little different for Kenneth Branagh but he did a good job with Thor and it's a lot better than Batman and Robin thats for sure.
minkowskiwrites: on April 25th, 2011 at 4:11:39 PM
Yeah, I've decide to go back in time rather than forward. Today's films are either cynical nihilistic fodder or empty unfullfilling fun or 3D garbage. I'm going to watch some old films for a change. Sick of all this new sh*t coming out.
As for Thor, great, I still won't believe Chris Hemsworth can act his way out of a wet bag until I see it, though I did say I thought it would be hard to believe Branagh could and would a terrible film.
Thing is, I'm just sick of comic book movies. It's not real cinema, it's lots of fun for the fanboys and sure, if you want to have a good time, get out of the house for a while, then films like Thor have their use, like violent hentai, but I'm just not doing it, I'm not paying ten bucks to sit on my ass and watch a 'good time', because I can jack off for free, especially when the character is Thor, a character in which I have near zero interest.
I'll wait for the dvd.
Just wish we would get back to real films. Get away from this abysmal 3D trash and comic book films and even most of the CG rubbish like the garbage Dreamworks tries to unload every year.
But I am glad Thor turned out better than some expected, and I can't recall who tried to compare Thor to Batman and Robin, that's almost the film version of Godwin's Law. Like Branagh would ever pull a Schumacher.
"Just put on 16 Blocks and all ready want to kill mos def and his F**k annoying nasal voice"
Not Willis's finest moment, made even more insufferable by Mos Def who has a face made for radio and a voice made for silent films.
minkowskiwrites: on April 25th, 2011 at 4:13:57 PM
..make..s...and some others...
minkowskiwrites: on April 25th, 2011 at 4:30:39 PM
I swear, Steve McQueen must be related to Michael Keaton, somehow.
minkowskiwrites: on April 25th, 2011 at 4:35:33 PM
On Michael Keaton:
After interviewer Michael Parkinson commented on his birth-name being Michael Douglas: "Yeah, I had to change my name because there were two other actors registered at Equity with that name. One of them is doing quite well from what I understand, the other is making cheap porn movies... (reasonable pause) like Basic Instinct (1992)".
Steve Mcqueen and Michael Keaton related, Could be Steve did use to get around the ladies in his time.....
lol at the Douglas/keaton/basic instinct joke...
minkowskiwrites: on April 25th, 2011 at 4:48:35 PM
Super 8 might be the only truly noteworthy big budget film this year, and that's just really depressing.
Comic book movies are like candy, Super 8 is more like decent pizza (Papa Johns for us American imbeciles)and really good films are like medium rare steak topped with lightly grilled and buttered portobello mushrooms, grated English farmhouse cheddar and Worcestershire.
Mink, most of the comparisons came back when the plastic-y looking suits were revealed.
"Super 8 might be the only truly noteworthy big budget film this year, and that's just really depressing."
I don't find that depressing at all, I've been waiting for Abrams to follow up MI3.. It was easily the best in the series and I thought to myself "this guys got serious f*ckin talent for action".. LOL Then star trek came out and I face palmed.
So im really looking forward to this, I really have a huge soft spot for old Spielberg and It's been a long time since anyones even come close to capturing the same kind of movie magic Close Encounters and ET were able to capture.
If he pulls it off it may end up being the best film of the year. Only if he pulls it off. With his track record so far he seems to do better with stories more grounded in reality. But thats only because im comparing mission impossible to star trek. So who knows? Im excited.
it was ernest nash if I'm not mistaken didn't do as many films as he did stage shows. Died really young too. I think it was natural though. Alcoholic.. Started the three stooges.. I think.. Ted healy and the stooges I believe. I think it was moe that left to start the first group though. As far as his film career goes. Dont know a whole lot.