Published On: Mon, Apr 7th, 2014

‘Captain America 3’ script moves along, Winter Soldier’s role undefined and Cap will be the featured star

While Captain America: The Winter Soldier is winning big at the box office, screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely spoke about the third Cap film.

captain-america-2-winter-soldier-chris-evans-photoSpeaking with Collider in an April 7 interview the duo gives fans a list of updates on the script, which they started in the Fall, 2013.

The new film, unofficially Captain America 3 will not be a vehicle full of characters which overshadow Cap – he is the star. The role of Winter Soldier is still undetermined, but the duo confessed that they read director Joss Whedon’s script for The Avengers: Age of Ultron and are happy with Cap’s role and where “he is” at the end of that film.

McFeely and Markus overview their reaction to being asked to return for the script detail on the another film, how far along they are at this point and much more.

Check out the video interview HERE

Directors Joe and Anthony Russo will return for Cap 3 with Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie all under contract for the film. No other details are available at this time, but expect more Black Widow, Nick Fury and SHIELD tie-ins.

Captain America 3 arrives in theaters on May 6, 2016.

Cover art for Captain America (vol. 5) #16. art by Steve Epting Marvel Comics

Cover art for Captain America (vol. 5) #16. art by Steve Epting Marvel Comics

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