Monday, May 20, 2013

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)- Dialog And A Budding Friendship

Comic Book Movie brings us the following from the set in Washington DC:
Now at dawn, the dialogue ensues as the two introduce themselves. We find out that Sam, who is wearing an "Air National Guard" sweatshirt, is much aware of who Steve Rogers really is. Sam tells him, "Must've freaked you out, coming home after the whole defrosting thing?" Steve responds that it takes some time to get used to, and Sam then reveals his own post-war stress: "I was only gone four years, but when I got back, my dreams just...stopped. I slept okay - nobody was shooting at me - but when I got up in the morning, it's like..." Steve agrees, finishing Sam's sentence, "[like]...there was nothing there to remember.". They look at each other; a connection.
Steve Rogers notices Sam Wilson's "Air National Guard" sweatshirt and asks him what unit he's with. Sam replies, "58th Pararescue, but I'm working at the V.A. (Veterans Affairs) now." Other rather humorous lines are exchanged between the two, soon revealing that Cap has been keeping a list of "modern" things to check out. Attempting to add to the list what Sam hilariously suggested: fluffernutters or Marvin Gaye's Trouble Man soundtrack (the script lists the two as alternatives), Steve pulls out an actual pad, where a portion reads, "Nirvana, Thai Food, Star Wars?" Steve, eventually, gets a "Crimson Alert. Extraction Imminent" on his cell phone and then tells Sam that he has to go. "Thanks for the run...(shaking his hand) you know, if you call that running," Steve says. Sam replies, "Oh, it's like that? Hey, [if] you ever wanna drop by the V.A., [and] make me look completely awesome in front of the girl at the desk, let me know." Steve will keep it in mind.
A black Corvette pulls up beside the curb near Sam & Steve, and its passenger window rolls down to reveal Natasha Romanoff, a.k.a. Black Widow. "Either of you fellas know where I could find the Smithsonian? I'm supposed to pick up a fossil," she yells. Steve grins and gets in the car. Natasha and Sam exchange looks and an innocent "Hey" and "Hi" before Steve looks back at Sam saying, "Can't run everywhere." Natasha then hits the gas and the corvette "growls" away. Scene ends.
The film opens on 04 April 2014.

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