‘Captain America’ trailer: The evolution of Steve Rogers

March 24, 2011 | 5:49 a.m.

Marvel Studios’ just-released trailer for “Captain America: The First Avenger” shows a bit of Steve Rogers’ back story before becoming the Sentinel of Liberty.

What do you think of the trailer?

– Jevon Phillips

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2 Responses to ‘Captain America’ trailer: The evolution of Steve Rogers

  1. Ron says:

    Looks good but unsure of the CGI as far as making Chris Evans shorter. Looks terrible.

  2. Kenn M. says:

    Star Wars, Alien, Predator and The Dark Knight had one thing in common. The coolest and most memorable villain(s). You wanna make the viewer really want to be, not only the hero , but the antigonist, as well, because each are truly worthy of the investment. The two character extremes represent the best and worst of what humanity, and therefore, we as individuals are capable.. A believable threat and the bellievability of a hero's weakness covers many a cinematic flaw. Don't care about the mission of good or evil. Just flash me the shot of the small crack in the armor of hero, then make evil crackle. A threat must be immediately and convincingly identifiable. Red Skull better bring the pain..

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