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New 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' TV Spot

There's plenty of action for your eyes to enjoy in this latest video.

Captain America's sequel is almost here and, as expected, Marvel Studios and Disney are going full speed ahead with the marketing. A new TV spot just hit the web and it's a minute of video that is certain to build your hype for the movie. There's a whole lot of new action footage to appreciate and we get to see a little more of Falcon, too!

Captain America: The Winter Soldier opens April 4 and is directed by Anthony and Joe Russo. Viners, are you going to make Steve Rogers proud and see this one on opening weekend?

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Posted by Farkam

:o

Posted by GodDamnIronMan

Complete Nerdgasm!

Posted by ArturoCalaKayVee

This movie just needs to get here!

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Posted by Guardiandevil83

I..I...I wanna f--k this movie, and we haven't even spoken. Lol

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Edited by AllStarSuperman

awesome

Posted by Captain13

Say it with me:

"GOD-DAMN!"

Edited by patrat18

I fear the comedy.

Edited by ravisher

aww yeaa

Posted by Lvenger

I'm expecting good things from this film since this TV spot is stoking my interest even more. I hope the serious political thriller tone is kept in the film itself since the comedy has let the recent Marvel films down.

Posted by fACEmelter88

I..I...I wanna f--k this movie, and we haven't even spoken. Lol

HILARITY...it does look that good though

Posted by Lone_Wolf_and_Cub

Nice!

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Posted by Crackdown

Snap Wilson Motherhubbard!

Posted by rob1157

YES!!!

Posted by cattlebattle

I will give someone 100 dollars if they can tell me how many bullets were fired in this trailer.\

Guns and slopsions!!

Edited by Jonny_Rogers

Due to Captain America's significance in the comic-book medium, I've been trying to research and find out more about him... but these films aren't helping maintain an interest. Don't get me wrong - I'm not hating on the films - they're just not really my type of thing. Anyway, this question is for any fans out there... are these films a good representation of the character or not?

I've always seen the golden age Captain America as being a more patriotic, idealistic character (more in the lines of DC's characters of the time), but these films seem only willing to present him as a political tool that happens to be American, who also possess super-enhanced attributes. I've probably misunderstood the tone and context of his role in MCU, and I understand that things have changed over comic-book publication history, but what parts of the character really define who he is?

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Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

@guardiandevil83: This movie looks great but does it not weird you out with Black Widow being Caps love interest?

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Posted by ScrappyDont27

Cannot wait , less than a month away

Edited by SHAZAM117

O_O

Posted by longbowhunter

Falcon!!! This movie cannot come out soon enough.

Posted by RulerOfThisUniverse

Cool.

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(in super nerd voice from Robot Chicken) Thisss is SOO AWETHSOME!

Posted by Teerack

UUUUUUUUGKKK so good.

Posted by Fallen_Crippled

Not digging Cap and Widow dating or whatever. Imo, she should be with Hawkeye.

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@jonny_anonymous: Not really...it's Scarlett Johansson. Dude to be honest, I'm more freaked out by the fact that I'm looking more forward to Falcon then Cap in a Captain America movie. Lol

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Posted by lifeofvibe

Okay now im interested! with that being said still dont give Damn about cap

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Posted by AmazingWebHead

Jet pack with wings > being a pilot

Posted by The_Titan_Lord

Interesting.

Posted by RageEx2

@jonny_rogers: To a certain extent... The thing is, Cap is always at his best in a team and at the helm. We haven't really seen that since he only led the Avengers for like 5 minutes, but his will, tactical skills, and ability to inspire others are what make him shine.

Posted by JonSmith

I've always seen the golden age Captain America as being a more patriotic, idealistic character (more in the lines of DC's characters of the time), but these films seem only willing to present him as a political tool that happens to be American, who also possess super-enhanced attributes. I've probably misunderstood the tone and context of his role in MCU, and I understand that things have changed over comic-book publication history, but what parts of the character really define who he is?

Quite the opposite. The trailers for Winter Soldier have depicted him more as he usually is these days: He doesn't stand for America, he stands for the American ideal. The ideal that people can come to America from any walk of life and live a better one. The ideal that the government should serve it's people, not lie and manipulate them 'for their own good'. The ideal that everyone is innocent until proven guilty, not the other way around. That everyone has the right to privacy, the right to freedom.

Those beliefs have frequently put him directly in conflict with the American government recently. See Civil War, where he went to war against said government over the right for superheroes to have their secret identities KEPT secret, even though his own was already public. In this movie, they've made it look like he's going to heavily disagree with and if not leave then the seeds will be sown FOR him to leave SHIELD over their proactive stances on surveillance, secrecy, and control.

Posted by Ostyo

Winter Soldier, secretly the son of Trevor Slattery.

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Can't Wait!

Posted by WaveMotionCannon

This is going to be so AWESOME!

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Posted by feedonatreefrog

Finally! A CAP2 trailer that has me excited! Great editing in this one.

ScarJo's accent still seems way too white-bread. I guess her poor grammar makes up for it though. ("best qualified").

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The Falcon can be very cool

Posted by Dark Cloud™

@cattlebattle : 219 bullets. But there will be thousands more throughout the film.

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