The casual Marvel fan may not know about the reveal in Captain America: The Winter Soldier within its own movie title. If you are one of these people and you didn't already stop reading after the first spoiler alert, consider this your final warning. Steve Rogers' friend Bucky Barnes is the Winter Soldier.
While filming in Cleveland, back in May/June, one location (that was actually discovered first by The Daily SuperHero) was at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Plus, there were other confirmed Cleveland museums as well. Not much was/is known about these locations because they were cut-off from the public. The Cleveland Museum of Art was actually closed for a full day for filming.
But now we know a little something-something about one of the museum locations. Per one of The Daily SuperHero's trusted Cap 2 spies—who was working closely with the actual production of the sequel—the following information has been revealed about one of the museum locations.
"Apparently the last scene of Captain America (as of now... of course there's plenty of time to edit, etc.) was one filmed in one of the museums in Cleveland... The scene is Bucky at the Smithsonian... looking at the Captain America exhibit.
"I think the exhibit would be the display they had at Comic Con of Cap and his team's uniforms. It's the last scene of the movie apparently."
|This Cap 2 SDCC 2013 display is said to be at the end of the sequel.|
As the production source said, this info might change during the editing process but if this scene stands as-is, then fans might be looking at a Winter Solider redemption scene at the end of Cap 2. In the comics, the Winter Soldier goes from being a bad guy to one of the good guys, who then works for S.H.I.E.L.D. and he even asks Nick Fury if S.H.I.E.L.D. can get him an upgraded bionic arm.
Does this mean Bucky/Winter Solider could be seen in future Marvel Studios movies as one of the good guys? Perhaps, but fans will have to wait for a more definitive answer when Captain America: The Winter Soldier hits theaters on April 4, 2014.
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