Marvel Phase Two Artwork For CAPTAIN AMERICA 2 & GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

Marvel Phase Two Artwork For CAPTAIN AMERICA 2 & GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

Marvel Phase Two Artwork For CAPTAIN AMERICA 2 &  GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

Hit the jump to check out concept art that was created for Marvel's Phase Two films: Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians Of The Galaxy, and Thor: The Dark World. Hit the jump to see what Sebastian Stan's Winter Soldier might look like.



The website, Geek Zenith has posted four pieces of concept art from Marvel's Phase Two films: Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians Of The Galaxy, and Thor: The Dark World. Images that I assume came from the 10-Disc "Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One Collection" but the site does not acknowledge that.

The artwork from Captain America: The Winter Soldier depicts a fight scene between Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and his old pal Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), who has now been transformed into a deadly assassin, with a cybernetic arm. Oh, and by the way onlocationvacations.com is reporting that the film just began filming yesterday.

"Thanks to one of our tipsters, JC, we’ve learned Captain America: The Winter Soldier officially began filming today at Marvel Studios/Manhattan Beach Studios, 1600 Rosecrans Avenue in Manhattan Beach, CA."

And as for the Guardians Of The Galaxy image at the bottom, as a few fans have pointed it out, it has quite the Star Wars Cantina vibe to it. Besides the setting and the mood depicted in the piece, it also gives us another look at the film's heroes: Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista), Rocket Raccoon, Gamora, Groot and Chris Pratt's Star-Lord.

The 2nd and 3rd images seem to be a bit of a head scratcher. The safe bet is that the 2nd image is from Thor: The Dark World. (Update! Apparently the 2nd image is another piece from GOTG) While the third image, as pointed out by CBM's DEATHbyEXILE, is more than likely the Guardians of the Galaxy's big ole spaceship, Icarus.



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