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'Captain America 2' Super Bowl Teaser Shows Better Look at Falcon's Wingsuit

February 1, 2014 (2:11 am) GMT
The tantalizing sneak peek is to build anticipation for the full ad that is scheduled to debut during the big football game on February 2.
'Captain America 2' Super Bowl Teaser Shows Better Look at Falcon's Wingsuit

A teaser for the upcoming "" Super Bowl ad is unleashed ahead of the big game on February 2. Packed with action scenes, it features a few new footage including the time when 's Falcon spreading his jetpack wings.

Moreover, a previously-released behind-the-scene picture gives a first look at Georges St-Pierre as Batroc the Leaper who is known for his kick-boxing skills. In the photo, the mercenary is seen having a fight with Captain America.

Directed by the Russo brothers, the second movie is due April 4 in the United States. , , and reprise their respective roles as the Cap, Black Widow, Bucky Barnes and Nick Fury respectively.

The "" sequel will follow The Cap adjusting to the modern life. He meets his sidekick from World War II, but it's not the kind of reunion he hoped for, as his old friend is now turned into a brainwashed assassin.

"Captain America 3" is expected to be announced after the second installment is released. Anthony and Joe Russo are expected to return behind the lens.



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