Markus and McFeely on ‘Captain America 2’

While promoting the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release of Captain America, Narnia screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely revealed that the sequel will be primarily set in the modern day (unlike the first film which was primarily set in the 1940s). Here’s a clip:

CM: “[Captain America] was a movie where it was a more pure time, where there were clearly black-and-white, right-and-wrong, good-and-evil scenarios. And Cap is a guy who symbolizes that. Now he’s in the now, and there is nothing black-and-white.”

The sequel will probably be released in 2014. The first film releases on DVD/Blu-ray this Tuesday.

9 Responses

  1. Aslan's BFF says:

    Alright. Not exactly Narnia, but there you go!

  2. narnian resident says:

    i had wanted to see Captain America, but i was told all around it wasnt really good. oh well

    • Aslan's #1 fan says:

      No Captain America was beyond epic, it should morals that most superheroes don't have. That decency is still needed in our society. The action is awesome, story is great, and the moral of the story a breathe of fresh air, at least rent it it's really good. 🙂

      P.S. They better not ruin the sequel or I'll have a fit! ;(

    • Christine says:

      Captain America was pretty good! but the ending threw me off a bit. I was all like 'Poor Guy!"

  3. Twinimage says:

    So in other words they want to mess with the black and white morals of Captain America and make him just like every other morally ambiguous action hero that's out there now?… LAME!
    Can't say this surprises me though.