‘Captain America: Civil War’: Chris Evans Spotted Filming At Olympic Stadium In Berlin
When you have been playing a super soldier character on screen for a while now, there’s no way you get to take breaks or just relax for some time. It applies to Chris Evans whose role as Steve Rogers/Captain America keeps him on toes every time. The actor was recently spotted in Berlin shooting for his upcoming “Captain America: Civil War,” which will show one of the biggest superhero battles.
According to MailOnline, the film’s cast and crew reached the Olympic Stadium in Berlin to shoot some scenes underneath and around the sporting venue. Luckily, Chris Evans did not have to wear his costume as he was seen sporting civilian clothes that comprised of brown jacket, grey T-shirt and blue jeans. This combination clearly tells that Chris was shooting the scene as Steve Rogers who in a way becomes a wanted man after leading the Anti-Superhero Registration Act side in the movie. The way he walked and shot for the scenes clearly tell you that he meant business in the scene as he walked right by some parked cars.
It can be assumed that his character was meeting someone there or maybe has arranged for a make shift base/headquarters for the anti-registration side. The last time he was in the city, he was shooting a scene for the “Avengers” when his character Captain America had to take down Tom Hiddleston’s Loki.
“Captain America: Civil War” has already shot for crucial scenes in Atlanta, Georgia, back in May. It wasn’t the only scene that was being shot because some other photos from the set saw two naked dummies lying around. We can assume that these dummies were for some stunt scene. Keeping Chris company was on-screen nemesis Frank Grillo who is portraying the role of Crossbones in the movie. He was also seen as an undercover HYDRA agent in “Captain America: Winter Soldier” who gets severely burnt and is then treated upon.
“Captain America: Civil War” will hit the screens on May 6th next year.
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