For a super-soldier that woke up out of frozen depths after his supposed World War II killed-in-action within Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, the First Avenger was missed by the Cold War only to rouse the battle against an alien invasion with S.H.I.E.L.D. at hand.
2014 has a March-bound sequel Captain America film, a sophomore Phase 2 flick after “Iron Man 3” where, as told by Marvel, the S.H.I.E.L.D. allies come to aftermath terms after forming “The Avengers”. In one all-new official trailer for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, super is not only empowering the soldier but the spy-fi thematic.
And it all goes ballistic.
How it all will showcase on the big screen fires off in a cascade of reveals. Through the clips of Rogers (Chris Evans) dealing with existing beyond his own generation’s lifetime and taking on assignments, his team-ups with the Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and job relations with Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) are not as harbinger defining as the dangerous in-house and outer interruptive threats.
Like the storm warning assessments coming from the top of S.HI.E.L.D.’s departmental chain Alexander Pierce (Robert Redford) intervenes by introducing Rogers into some infrastructure perils. From without, the assault erupting from the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stans) is the incident that forces Captain America to live up to his reputation.
At the middle road, the existential thick-of-it puts Rogers at a personal crossroads within the entire plot.
For a first trailer, the buzz that began at 2012s San Diego Comic Con is supplanted with one look at comics-oriented action and raw spy-inertia action by co-directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo.