Posted on Friday, January 13th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
Why does Joss Whedon say The Avengers is being told through Captain America‘s point of view? What evil substance might have appeared on the set of Man of Steel? Which comics and graphic novels were the best sellers in 2011? Want to see a clip from tonight’s Blade anime premiere? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
We’ve already seen this image, but here’s a close up crop of it. It’s Captain America in The Avengers from Entertainment Weekly (via Comic Book Movie). There’s much more Avengers and Captain America below.
I set out with a very simple problem: There is no reason for these people to be in the same movie. So that’s what my movie has to be about. So much of the movie takes place from Steve Rogers’ perspective, since he’s the guy who just woke up and sees this weird ass world. Everyone else has been living in it.
[The Avengers] is very much about people who are alone — because I’m writing it.[Captain America] is kind of the ultimate loner in that way. There is an anachronism to him, and Chris and I have always tried to make it, without making it goofy or too obvious, always tried to make him that same grounded ’40s Steve Rogers he was in the other movie.
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