Shortly after presenting the D23 crowd with new footage from Captain America: The Winter Soldier (here’s Dave’s recap), I landed a video interview with directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo. They talked about what the last few weeks have been like since Comic-Con, how long their assembly cut was and their initial thoughts after watching it, if they’ve started thinking about the soundtrack, and if they’ve shot the after-the-credits scene yet. Hit the jump to watch the video interview.
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Anthony Russo and Joe Russo:
- What have the last few weeks been like for them since I spoke to them at Comic-Con? They say they just saw a full cut of the movie yesterday.
- How long was the assembly cut and what were their initial thoughts on having watched it?
- Have they started thinking about the soundtrack? It will be a score-heavy movie.
- Have they shot the after-the-credits scene yet?
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