Peter G (sinetimore) wrote,
Peter G

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New York Is Being Ruined By Out Of Towners

People talk about little gifts for Easter, like a basket of goodies or something.  Just a little something to show that you are thinking of them.  So, I am going to ask all the comic book fans who read my ramblings to play along and become Christian for just a few minutes, for the duration of this post and any comments you wish to make, for I have a little gift for you.

So, remember a short time ago, I put up that post showing that they were still filming scenes for Captain America.  Yesterday, in Times Square, people got to see more of the movie being shot.  In the great tradition of me showing people who were shooting the shoot like for Wonder Woman, here ya go, the master shot for the scene....

Now, notice the last video is titled that they are shooting the last scene of the movie.  I think it is, and not the "stinger" they've been putting at the end of Hulk, Iron Man, etc.  I've already seen the stinger for Thor.  It features one of the characters from the movie (I'm guessing a guy who works with Natalie Portman's character) being taken to see Nick Fury.  Fury opens a case and inside is a gleaming cube (the Tesseract for regular audiences or the Cosmic Cube for us comic book nuts).  The guy is standing by a mirror.  His reflection shows Loki standing next to him, telling him what to say.  And scene.

If you watch the shoot, you'll also see Agent Caulson in there, along with some fed-looking types and the vehicles SHIELD drives thanks to the product placement deal government contract bid.  Safe guess -- this is after Steve Rogers wakes up in modern times and is invited to lead the Avengers (Caulson shows him his shield at one point).  That seems a little too much (defrosting, escaping wherever he was, SHIELD running him down) for just a stinger, which is a short quick gasp, not an entire plot set up.  Although, I have to say --  Steve Rogers looks a little scrawny in this scene.  Some super soldier.

I'm kind of curious if Nick Fury will appear in the movie also during the WWII time that it takes place in.  Iron Man 2 has already hinted that Fury is older than he looks (in the comics, in fact, this is well established).  It would explain why Rogers isn't reacting with complete apprehension and suspicion in the middle of massive culture shock.

I hope this is the end of shooting.  The movie's release is getting closer and closer.  (Frankly, I'm more interested in that than Thor.)
Tags: art, comic books, comics, technology is a beautiful thing, this ought to be interesting
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