Unlike in most Marvel comics where Captain America's indestructible shield survives battles without so much as a scratch barring extraordinary (i.e. involving Wolverine's adamantium claws) circumstances, his movieverse mode of defense is introduced as an unpainted vibranium prototype. Despite getting a very recognizable paint job that survived the Chitauri invasion in The Avengers, judging by a new teaser poster the red, white and blue beacon of defense may get tarnished something fierce on April 4 when Captain America: The Winter Soldier debuts in theaters.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Filming for Captain America: The Winter Soldier is underway as we speak in beautiful Cleveland, Ohio, and thanks to the Plain Dealer, we now have a look at Cap himself -- or at least a reasonable approximation in the form of a stuntman in full costume. The pictures, taken during the filming of a chase scene, have revealed that Steve Rogers is going to be rocking a new super soldier suit when the movie comes out next year.
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