copyrightThe opening scene for Captain America: The Winter Soldier was going to be totally different
Considered as one of the great movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe by many, Captain America: The Winter Soldier was one of the works of the Russo brothers, also authors of Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, the end of the Avengers saga.
According to the website Cinemablend, Joe and Anthony Russo talked about the opening scene of Captain America: The Winter Soldier was going to be like on the ReelBlend podcast. We already know that this feature film focused a lot on Steve Rogers' perspective and his conflict with Hydra and the infiltration of these villains into the SHIELD agency.
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"Captain America: Winter Soldier originally started with a battle during World War II, in one of the drafts," said Anthony Russo. "That was a massive battle that ended with a significant moment for Cap, which also served to fuel the story. And then we ended up with a cut and going back two months before filming," he concluded.
The beginning of the film finally opted for another point of view, although we will always be left with the question of knowing what significant moment Anthony Russo refers to. Seeing Captain America fighting World War II soldiers is something worth witnessing on the big screen, although, unfortunately, that idea ended up scrapped by the team.
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On the other hand, Bucky, the co-star of this story that was played by Sebastian Stan, has left us with a moment of the most fun this week. The actor confessed to having introduced himself to some members of the cast, such as Gwyneth Paltrow, even three times. "It was like, 'My God, I've introduced myself to this poor woman three times, she's going to think I'm crazy," Stan said in recent statements.
The Winter Soldier will return to Marvel with the premiere of the Falcon and The Winter Soldier series, exclusive to Disney +.