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Captain America 2 to film in March

2012-09-13 20:59
 
Captain America: The First Avenger
Los Angeles - Captain America: The Winter Soldier begins filming in March 2013.

The follow-up to the Chris Evans-led superhero movie - one of a number of Marvel sequels in production - will have a 13-month production starting in spring next year, Chris has confirmed to Collider.com.

Anthony and Joe Russo are directing the project, which is due out on 4 April 2014.

The film has a major female role to fill, with Imogen Poots, Felicity Jones and Anna Kendrick all being auditioned for the role.

Former love interest Hayley Atwell will not be returning, but the new leading lady is likely to be Sharon Carter, a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and a descendant of Hayley's character from the first film.

Anna is best known for her roles in Twilight and Up In The Air, while British actress Felicity recently starred in Like Crazy and Imogen fronted horror comedy remake Fright Night.

Thor 2 recently began filming in England, with Chris Hemsworth returning as the lead character and Tom Hiddleston as his brother Loki, who was also the villain from The Avengers.

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