Chris Evans Drops Intriguing AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Plot Detail About CAPTAIN AMERICA
In an interview about Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Chris Evans has revealed a potentially very intriguing plot detail about Joss Whedon's Avengers: Age of Ultron, relating specifically to what Captain America gets up to in the sequel. Read on for details...
In an interview with The Scotsman, it appears as if Chris Evans inadvertently revealed a pretty interesting plot detail about Avengers: Age of Ultron. As you can see from the excerpt below, the actor let slip the fact that he's been fitted up for a period jacket for Joss Whedon's highly anticipated superhero sequel (the full interview can be found by clicking the link below).
One jacket appears briefly at the start of The Winter Soldier, when former soldier Steve Rogers pays a visit to a present-day Captain America exhibition at the Smithsonian. “They were great jackets” he says enthusiastically. “I loved the fit and the look. One of them may even have come home with me.” And then he mentions that he’s just been measured up for another period jacket for his next Avengers film. Does that suggest the Captain will return to his past in the The Avengers: Age Of Ultron? Evans looks briefly agonised, realising that he might be confirming an unauthorised plot detail ahead of that film’s 2015 release. “Maybe,” he says coyly.
Common sense says that the actor could just be referring to a jacked that the present day version of Steve Rogers will don, but his response arguably indicates that we will indeed be getting some sort of World War II flashback. Time travel (as in the comic book) seems somewhat unlikely. Why? Well, something in relation to HYDRA's Baron Von Strucker seems far more realistic, although it really is impossible to say one way or another at this point. What do you guys think?
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