Behind The Scenes Clip For 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' DVD Focuses On Scarlett Johansson Stunt Work [VIDEO]
Marvel Studios has released a new featurette for the upcoming home release of it's 2014 film "Captain America: The Winter Solider."
The featurette takes an in-depth look at Scarlett Johansson's stunts for her character Black Widow. It also includes a look at Johansson performing various stunts along with words from here stunt double.
Take a look at the featurette below:
With the successful release of the "Guardians of the Galaxy" this past weekend, Marvel Studios has released a retrospective video looking at the first two phases of its cinematic universe.
The video features scenes from every Marvel Studios films starting with its 2008's "Iron Man" and ending at "Guardians." Towards the end of the clip the video teases a future appearance by super villain Thanos, who is expected to be featured in phase three films.
Check out the clip below:
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige recently teased new information about Doctor Strange, during an interview with IGN. Feige specifically addressed whether fans could expect to see the character in an Avengers film.
Without confirming his inclusion in a future Avengers film, the studio head pointed out that it is a big possibility since the character weaves through different stories.
"It does make sense [to have standalone franchises], but I don't think it makes sense for this character, who has clearly woven in and out of that stuff [The Avengers] in the comics," Feige said. "We have a template. There's a template for everything we do, which are the comics. Strange goes back and forth. Guardians less so, actually, until recently. But if there's a character like that who clearly interweaves over the course of many stories, I find no reason to go, 'We're not going to do that in the movies. We're going to keep him in his own movies.' So there's always the potential for it [Strange to join The Avengers]."
Feige revealed that fans can expect to hear casting news for the Doctor Stranger "relatively quickly" but not this week.
The studio head also discussed whether the Avengers team will reflect the comic books, where the line-up changes frequently. He said that the studio likes the idea of shifting and growing the roster similarly to the comic books.
"Certainly that has been the case with the comics, right?" Feige said. "Go into the comic bin and pull up any Avengers issue from 1960-whatever and 1980-whatever, and they probably don't match. I think that's fun. That's one of the reasons why Wanda and Pietro [Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch] have shown up in the new Avengers film, because we like the notion of a shifting roster, of a growing roster."
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