10 Things You Don’t Know About Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Who doesn’t love this Legendary Comic Hero, Captain America is certainly one of the first hero ever created for a comic book and he still amaze us after all those years, he has seen 2nd world war during its publication and he is still fighting with the bad guys, recently we all see his new movie which is 3rd Appearance of Captain America and we all loved it but do you know Captain America: The Winter Soldier very well, comment how many things you already know in these 10


1. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) relates a story of his grandfather being an elevator operator. In real life, Samuel L. Jackson’s father was an elevator operator.


2. The Falcon’s flight gear sports a Stark Industries logo.


3. In several scenes, Natasha Romanoff wears a necklace with an arrow on it. This is a reference to her teammate and occasional lover Hawkeye (the archer Clint Barton). The necklace was Scarlett Johansson’s idea.


4. Cap’s new costume takes cues from the “Super-Soldier” outfit he wore when he served as Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the comics.


5. Robert Redford wanted to do the film because his grandchildren are fans of Marvel films and he wanted them to see him in one.


6. To prepare for the role of the Winter Solder, Sebastian Stan went through five months of physical training and historical research: “I dove into the whole Cold War history: I looked at the KGB. I looked at all kinds of spy movies, and all kinds of documentaries about that time, and what it was about. I grabbed anything from that time period and anything about brainwashing.”


7. In battling the Winter Soldier, Captain America needs all the resources he can get, including his iconic shield, which has a lot more uses in the film. The shield is traditionally used mostly as a defensive weapon, but in Captain America: The Winter Soldier the filmmakers wanted to explore using it more as an offensive weapon. There are two handles on the shield and Steve Rogers can hold onto the handles in order to utilize it in an eastern style of fighting.


8. The two subjects in the HYDRA base in the mid-credit scene are identified as the mutants Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver.


9. Samuel L. Jackson describes Nick Fury as facing a crisis: “Almost everything that comes out of Nick Fury’s mouth is a lie in some sense. He has to ask if he is even lying to himself?”


10. Zola tells Cap and Widow that he was captured in 1945. In Captain America: The First Avenger, Zola is captured the same day that Bucky dies. According to the Smithsonian display, Bucky died in 1944.

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