Following that final showdown between Iron Man and Captain America in Captain America: Civil War, Cap'n drops his shield to the ground, leaving it and his place with the Avengers behind. Check it out below:
The Russo Brothers, busy with press for the DVD release for Captain America: Civil War spoke a little bit about the matter with the Huffington Post:
“I think him dropping that shield is him letting go of that identity,” said Joe. “[It’s] him admitting that certainly,the identity of Captain America was in conflict with the very personal choice that he was making.”
So, what can we expect here-- a new redesigned shield for Steve Rogers during his upcoming stay in Wakanda? More Hydra developments? What do you guys think?
"If she is as good an actress as I hear she is, I think she'll be absolutely wonderful," Lee said to the Toronto Sun during his interview that promoted his appearance at Fan Expo Canada. "The color of their skin doesn't matter, their religion doesn't matter, all that matters is that this is the right person for the role."
The Gotham season 2 finale left us all wondering whether or not that was Jerome we heard cackling away in the background....it turns out the fans with the astute ears out there weren't too far off the mark.
"[The laugh] was really to keep [the Joker] alive, to keep Jerome and that threat of the Joker alive. We wanted to make sure fans don't feel that we're completely done with [the mythology of the Joker] because we are 100 percent, absolutely not," he said. "[But,] it's not going to be something we delve into right way at the top of the season," Woodruff explained.