CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER Blooper Reel Teased in Brief Clip

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We showed you some deleted scenes this morning, but with a month to go until the Blu-ray and DVD of the film hit shelves it appears as though we’re being inundated with special features from Captain America: The Winter Soldier.  Now we’re getting a teaser for a blooper reel from the film that, even at a scant 45 seconds, constitutes at least 10% of my exposure to this movie.  In fact, I may be the only person working for this site that hasn’t seen the film, so maybe I’ll be checking it out on one of the aforementioned physical media discs.  Not sure if I’ve ever seen a Robert Redford “blooper” before today.

Hit the jump to check out the Captain America: The Winter Soldier blooper reel. The film also stars Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Anthony Mackie, Georges St-Pierre, Frank Grillo, Hayley Atwell, Toby Jones, Emily VanCamp, Maximiliano Hernández, Robert Redford, and Samuel L. JacksonCaptain America: The Winter Soldier will be available to own on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD on September 9th.

Clip via YouTube:

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  • Eric H

    Considering it’s labelled a sneak peak, they weren’t going to show the entire thing. Wondering if reading comprehension is taught any more.

    • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

      The gag reels for the past Marvel movies have all been pretty short anyways. You’re usually lucky if you get much more 3 minutes.

    • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

      The gag reels for the past Marvel movies have all been pretty short anyways. You’re usually lucky if you get much more 3 minutes.

  • Eric H

    Considering it’s labelled a sneak peak, they weren’t going to show the entire thing. Wondering if reading comprehension is taught any more.

  • Jamesy

    No disrespect Evan, but this seems a bit odd to me, writing an article based on a movie you haven’t seen? I’ve noticed it a few times in the past with articles written by yourself, and as I said I don’t mean to be disrespectful, but shouldn’t the person doing the article have some insight or fact based opinion on what the story is about?

    • Strong Enough

      whats the big deal? its not like he’s reviewing the film. its a fucking gag reel preview

  • Jamesy

    No disrespect Evan, but this seems a bit odd to me, writing an article based on a movie you haven’t seen? I’ve noticed it a few times in the past with articles written by yourself, and as I said I don’t mean to be disrespectful, but shouldn’t the person doing the article have some insight or fact based opinion on what the story is about?

  • fatboy35

    Taken down already….

  • dolphin558

    How have you not seen the movie?

  • Zack

    How do you work for Collider and not see a movie like this?

    • lord jim

      it´s one of the better marvel movies, but truly nothing special or defining.

    • lord jim

      it´s one of the better marvel movies, but truly nothing special or defining.

  • Melwing

    You sharing the fact that you haven’t seen the film adds nothing, and subtracts professionalism. It doesn’t honestly matter if you’ve seen the film, but there’s no need to point out that you haven’t.

  • Jason

    So you haven’t seen the movie, don’t care about the movie and yet you’re writing about it in a condescending manner. Considering it was one of Marvel’s best films…ever… in terms of quality film (especially sequels), you seem like a total d bag that should stick to writing about your hipster indie films that no one sees.

    Plus, you’re making the site look bad with your attitude, so grats.

    • lord jim

      so what´s so great about it?it´s not even as entertaining as the avengers or iron man 3.even if it was one of marvel´s best films ever, marvel doesn´t make any cinematic masterpieces.they are enjoyable, but after watching them one goes for a meal or a drink and forgets them.just pure escapist entertainment – there is nothing wrong with that, but the fanboys seem to hail them as something profound that will change the history of cinema which is ridiculous, even for someone who enjoyed them.fanboys tend to think that every new film is the best film ever made, and then they go on to the next one, that´s again the best film ever made.

      • Zack

        Your exaggeration is an exaggeration.

        And whether or not it’s good doesn’t really matter, this is a website that has derived much of its popularity from writing about “fanboy” movies. If this writer hadn’t seen the movie yet, the biggest movie of 2014 so far mind you, and certainly one that’s driven traffic to their website, then he shouldn’t be the one writing an article about it when every other writer employed by this website has, more than likely, seen it.

        Anyway, how did you become a “lord”? That’s the biggest question here.

      • lord jim

        the biggest question:”lord jim” is my favourite novel by joseph conrad who´s most famous book is “the heart of darkness” (apocalypse now was based on it).
        second part:the writer hasn´t written an article on the movie, in fact there is no article here to be found, just a clip and an unnecessary (i give you that) remark that he hasn´t seen the movie and a description what this clip is about, nothing more.so any discussion about this so called article is an exaggeration.i have seen the movie and i wouldn´t know what to write about this clip, so i really don´t get the fanboy hate.besides this site is a site about movies in general so not every writer has to watch every fanboy movie.

      • milo

        “the fanboys seem to hail them as something profound that will change the history of cinema”

        Bullshit. Straw man argument.

        For me it was extremely entertaining, a great example of how a comic movie can be well executed. And a great counterexample to those who defend stupid blockbusters with nonsense like “just shut your brain off”. Many have cited it as one of the best comic book movies ever, that’s not the same as “best movie ever made”.

      • lord jim

        no ,that´s not bullshit, it´s not even exaggerated, it´s just the strange truth.just go on imdb if you don´t believe me.besides, i don´t get the hate for the writer of this so called article, he hasn´t seen the movie, so what, it´s not like he´s written an article about the movie, or did i miss something?personally i was rather disappointed with it – i used to read cap in the eighties, when he was fighting the government and the movies are much too tame for my taste, adding to my disappointment some people claimed it would be like conspiracy thrillers in the seventies, i love those and it´s not.you really don´t have to pay much attention to get the story so how is it a counterexample?
        “all the president’s men” with robert redford, or even his latest directional effort “the company you keep” or “tinker tailor soldier spy” are conspiracy thrillers where you cannot shut your brain off, the winter soldier is not.even a conspiracy thriller that was basically an action movie like “the osterman weekend” asks you to think more and has much better shot action scenes. the avengers is a movie where you can shut your brain off, and i found it more enjoyable than the winter soldier, but that´s a question of taste of course.”watchmen” was an example for an intelligent comicbook movie, and i usually hate zack snyder.

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