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The results were two crazy days of immersion into the movie world of the Avengers, but before we could go anywhere or anywhere, we had to face Barry, Marvel Studios’ head of security, who made us sign a stack of paperwork promising to keep everything we saw a secret until a time deemed more appropriate, which lucky you… is right now!
Since much of the interest in The Avengers revolves around the team dynamics, Downey took on his Tony Stark persona when answering who his character may or may not get along with on the team. “I just don’t like big guys who speak cryptically and act like they understand the language better than me, guys with trippy brothers and all that stuff,” he said as Tony, but then added that he and Cap have something that’s more multi-faceted.
Evans agreed. “Tony’s a little more flash and he’s got charisma and likes the spotlight where I think Cap might be a little more reserved in his desire to be front and center, but they’re both, at their core, heroes.”
“I think without Tony we don’t work,” Evans continued. “He really is the glue in the family. He really is the fire that keeps you coming back. I think at least for this movie, Cap is struggling to find his footing in a modern day. He’s a fish out of water. A little more uncomfortable in his own skin than he normally might be, and he’s not hitting the ground running. Without the charisma and leadership that Tony Stark brings.”
You can read the full interview with the duo below:
Go to Page 2 for the rest of our set visit, which incudes interviews with Jeremy Renner and Scarlett Johansson, director Joss Whedon and the newest Bruce Banner, Mark Ruffalo!