The folks over at Latino Review have an interesting bit of info up, via Les Toiles Heroiques, about the July 22nd release of Captain America: The First Avenger. The French magazine L’Ecran Fantstique has a new image of a Hydra soldier in it, pictured to the right here, as well as a decent little section of print about what the film is about. It’s sort of second hand here as it’s been translated from French to English and passed through one or two hands, but it offers up some interesting little details for those that follow the Marvel Studios Universe closely:
“The film is set at 95% during the Second World War, but it starts today, for extracting a block of ice containing a mysterious figure, block located in the wreckage of a giant bomber. The film also ends in our time.
The Shield: It is manufactured by Howard Stark, and the white parts are vibranium an indestructible alloy created by Stark Industries. In his “discovery” in the present, the shield of Captain America will be alongside the hero in the ice.
Red Skull and the Cube : The Cosmic Cube is hidden in a church in Norway. Red Skull uses a tank to enter. The Cube is used to power a variety of vehicles, including the famous giant bomber, carrying bombs have targeted major U.S. cities and European capitals.
Invaders and Bucky : Bucky Barnes, and soldiers freed a camp of the HYDRA form a group called the Invaders.
An error / a Freudian slip? Stephen Broussard co-producer discusses the meeting of superheroes in 2012 as follows: Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Ant-Man and the Wasp in the Avengers movie.”