Now that you've seen it The Daily SuperHero would like to remind you Captain America 2 filmed the majority of its production in Cleveland, and since this is my hometown and I was on location covering nearly all of its public locations, I know a bit more than most about this movie. So let me share with you some screenshots from the new trailer and I have some commentary you might be interested in reading, too.
SPOILER ALERT for those fans who do not want to dive deep into this trailer...
Let's start with the film's antagonist, the Winter Soldier...
In this first screenshot, you can see the Winter Soldier is riding on top of the hood of an SUV and he has shot the car that is flipping with some kind of weapon that has eaten away the back of it. Could be some new technology in play here based on how the back of that car looks.
This trailer shows that the Winter Soldier likes to shoot at vehicles which causes them to flip. This is the flipped SUV the Winter Soldier steps aside to avoid later in the trailer and, based on knowledge from being on location covering the film, should be Nick Fury inside of it.
The Winter Soldier catches Cap's shield at the end of the trailer and he certainly looks like he needs some sleep and rest. His eyes look like he is possessed and, based on what happens in the comics universe, it could be a result of what should be brainwashing that occurs to the villain. Also, since the shield is made of vibranium, you have to assume the Winter Soldier's bionic arm is made of it too. (Could this lead to the introduction of Wakanda, which it vibranium's location in the comics... along with the Black Panther?)
As said above, it should be Fury in that flipped SUV and if so it makes sense that he is in the one in the bed in this image. If you look close enough (click images to enlarge) you can see thick, bushy facial hair on the patient and Fury has a bit more facial hair than Sam Wilson/Falcon does in the trailer, so Wilson is being ruled out as the patient. And that looks to be Maria Hill on the far left too.
BLACK WIDOW INJURED
You might have missed it, since it was only a quick second in the trailer, but here is Steve Rogers carrying an injured Black Widow.
Most Marvel fans know Brock Rumlow is also known as the comics villain, who actually kills Captain America at one point in the comics, Crossbones. Here is a quick shot of Rumlow in the elevator with a smug look standing next to Rogers and before Cap takes down everyone.
Back in June, I reported a scoop that S.H.I.E.L.D. would finally get a home in the Captain America sequel and the new trailer confirms this is a fact. Here is an exterior shot of their HQ and even though I my scoop said that it will be called the Triskelion, like in the comics, the jury is still out on the name making it into the movie. (But my source says it will.) You can read that scoop by clicking right here.
This is the interior of the helicarrier hanger and you can see there is more than one helicarrier now. Also, if you look closely, you can see a turret mounted on the deck and it looks similar to the Hydra cannon in Captain America: The First Avenger. Is SHIELD now using Tesseract tech they were working on in The Avengers? And could this mean Hydra may have infiltrated SHIELD via Robert Redford's character actually being Red Skull? (Which would lead to my scoop over a year ago saying that Red Skull would be back to be true.)
The SHIELD HQ is located near a bay and you can see here the bay opens up to reveal the helicarrier hanger and multiple helicarriers, which appear to be using Stark repulsor tech for flight.
SOME S.H.I.E.LD. HISTORY?
Finally, here is a look at an old SHIELD logo and this should lead to some history being revealed about the secret organization.
So there you have it. If you have any further observations and comments, please head over the The Daily SuperHero Facebook page by clicking right here.