The magazine includes a few more pictures including one of Hydra and one of Red Skull before he is transformed, but there is a small piece of news also out of this. Chris Evans was previously rumored to be contracted for 9 films as Cap, he put rumors to rest in this interview, which was translated from English to French and then back to English:
== TEASER ==
"To be honest," he says in a quote translated back from French, "it was quite intimidating to commit to nine films in a row. Thankfully, we reduced the number to six... If all goes as planned, I will be playing Captain America until I'm 40."
So according to Premiere, as long as there was no "lost in translation" moment, Chris Evans, who is playing Steve Rogers in the film, is signed on to do six films in a row. Hopefully this franchise has enough steam to go the distance.
There is also a shot of Red Skull before he is transformed into the Red Skull, but it's nothing really noteworthy. Click here to check it out.
The film, Captain America: The First Avenger, will hit theaters in 2D and 3D (why?) on July 22nd.
UpdateA clearer picture of Bucky has been released. Director Joe Johnston also talked to the LA Times about Sebastian Stan, the actor portraying Bucky.
Bucky with a dark side...?
“Sebastian brought something really interesting and slightly on the dark side and really compelling to watch — when he’s on camera, you’re fascinated by watching him,” Johnston said. “In a great cast, I thought he really stood out and brought some unexpected things to the role. Everyone brought something to the movie and a lot of them brought something great but I was most pleasantly surprised by what Chris brought and what Sebasatian brought in a much smaller role as Bucky.”