From photos of a stuntman donning the red, white and blue duds to some shoeless chase photos featuring Steve Rogers, the buildup to official imagery of actor Chris Evans as Marvel's Captain America has been in the offing for months. And today, the first embargo broke open as Entertainment Weekly shared the costumed Avenger on its incoming cover:
The accompanying article contains a preview of EW's set visit feature story where the actor explains of his choosing the role "I was just scared...I realized my whole decision making process was fear based, and you never want to make a decision out of fear...I can't believe was almost too chicken to play Captain America."
The story, which can be seen now on EW's website, also contains video of Evans, director Joe Johnston and Red Skull actor Hugo Weaving discussing the movie at Comic-Con International in San Diego. So check that out and be sure to keep it locked to CBR and Spinoff Online for more "Captain America" news as it becomes available.