Like The Smurfs, Crocodile Dundee, and so many other fish-out-of-water tales, Captain America, in its final scene, feels the need to plop our hero right in the middle of Times Square, where he stands in awe, gawks in bewilderment, and basically fits right in with everyone else gawking around Midtown. Marvel is apparently of the mind that this scene is so good that it may be the deciding factor in whether or not you see that little Captain America film of theirs, and they've now put it online for you to see. As a bonus, they've also put up a dash of that Avengers teaser that follows the film. Have a look:
No one loves running around in Dockers like Captain America.
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If you thought you were getting away with a Captain America movie sans a big culture shock jump to present day, it appears you were mistaken. On Saturday, Chris Evans and Samuel L. Jackson were spotted picking up some last minute shots in Times Square, shooting a Forever Young-... / Continue →