Frank Grillo "Cautiously Optimistic" About Returning In CAPTAIN AMERICA 3

Frank Grillo "Cautiously Optimistic" About Returning In CAPTAIN AMERICA 3

During a little sit down with the guys over at Collider, the man who would be Crossbones got the chance to discuss his villainous role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and where he believes the future of the character will go. Check it out!


On the chances of getting to appear in Captain America's third outing:
I mean, I’m cautiously optimistic that you will see me in the not too distant future in the next installment of Captain America.


On being aware of the possibilty of being in further sequels:
Very early on the Russos said, ‘Look, this is an origin film for this character. We’re gonna discover who this is and this is a big movie with a lot of moving parts, but we’re gonna discover you in this film and, you know, here’s the information about who Brock Rumlow turns into and blah, blah, blah.’ And so we’ve had multiple discussions about what comes after that, that thing. So, you know, it’s obvious Rumlow is covered in rubble and burned to crisp at the end, but you see he’s still there. They don’t do that for no reason. 


Finally, Grillo shares his thoughts on rather or not he should have a costume:
He needs a costume! Coincidentally it could be a mask with a crossbones on it.


Additionally, Grillo also got to discuss his involvement in The Raid remake. See below.

Well, yeah. I mean, we were officially offered the film, and so that was gonna go in September and now that doesn’t go until January. So, you know, that’s the way the movie business is. You’re officially attached until there is no more movie, you know? But yeah, this is something that I’m planning on doing. Yeah.


Stay tuned to CBM for more On Captain America and other Marvel-related projects as news follows.
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Filed Under "Captain America" 6/14/2014 Source: Collider
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