‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ End Credits Explained
Last weekend my husband and I saw "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and it was awesome! Partly because this will be one of the last times we can not only afford to see a movie but also the last time we can go to a movie without first finding a baby sitter.
First off, get there early so you can get a good seat (the place was packed) and so you can see those opening credits. All the opening credits were jam packed with nothing but Marvel movie trailers. That was awesome all in itself.
SIDE NOTE: I hope our little boy is just as big a Marvel/DC nerd as my husband and I are.
Back to "Captain America: The Winter Soldier": Was the movie awesome?! YES! It rocked.
Captain America 2 did a great job of following the first movie, satisfied my nerd appetite during the sequel and left open the ending just enough for me to look forward to the third movie. I give it an A+. GO SEE IT!
What about the end credits? Not one end credit, but two end credits. So make sure you stay for both of them or you will be angry!
Vanity Fair explains the first End Credit quite well:
OK so the first end credit will open with a dude named Baron Wolfgang von Strucker, who's played by Thomas Kretschmann. He's walking around what looks like a bunker or a submarine and he's saying that he's not sided with S.H.I.E.L.D. nor HYDRA. Strucker has Loki's sceptre and wants to keep it. Word is Baron Wolfgang von Strucker will be a HUGE part of the next Avenger's movie "Age of Ultron."
I almost forgot about seeing the Twins: Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. Click here to read all about it.
Basically, you see Bucky walking through the Captain America museum. He obviously remembers something about his friendship with Cap and is trying to put the pieces back together. Nice tease for the third installment of Captain America.
Nerds unite! Go see Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier, you'll like it.