Hobbsy's latest tweet says RA will be filming in Liverpool.
(isn't his expression appropriately sinister enough as Lucas to also be a WWII spy;))
hobbsy Tweet: Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell and Richard Armitage are all on set today filming scenes #captainamerica ...28 minutes ago via TweetDeck
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hobbsy: 100% Confirmed: Richard Armitage is Heinz Kruger. He is filming 2 scenes today #captainamerica ...29 minutes ago via TweetDeck
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Interesting review w/ following comment about Heinz Kruger..
"We see the loss and desperation that fuels Steve Rogers' decision to undergo the experimental procedure to become America's first super-soldier though several emotional panels. ... On the other side of the fight, we see the devotion Heinz Kruger has to his country through a final letter to his wife back in Germany."
Read more: http://comics.ign.com/articles/105/1051963p1.html#ixzz10SICo0yS
Not exactly a complimentary drawing of the evil (Richard's happy) Kruger (he's about to get a major makeover:)...scroll to bottom of page to see Heinz's friends listed..including Hitler..LOL..
Friday: A kind commenter below provided a link stating there's a new RA/Kruger? pic. On the way I somehow managed to wander into a WWII timewarp w/explanations of the origins & history of Captain America & his diabolical enemy, Heinz Kruger. Never having been a huge comic fan...err,,,well there were a couple pre-teen yrs when the Archie comic caught my attention -- only because half the characters were teen girls who regularly flirted w/Archie & his friends, while wearing pretty clothes(the girls that is;)...otherwise the comicbook world was meh for me. That's why learning the historical background for Capt America & Heinz Kruger has been an interesting ramble. Following passage has a reference to our recently discovered fav German spy...
>Captain America's appeal was novel; he was not born with great power, but rather had it bestowed upon him as a gift. The champion of freedom started out as Steve Rogers, a scrawny 4-F rejected by the army and then redeemed by a dose of a "strange seething liquid" that turned him into a strapping specimen of heroic young manhood. It could happen to anyone, even the ordinary reader. [the writer wrote w/tongue in cheek:] And part of the attraction was that Steve Rogers never became excessively gifted; he wasn't invulnerable - he was just tougher and braver and smarter than anyone else.
The secret formula and its inventor were destroyed by saboteurs, [Guess who?;)] and therefore Captain America was the only one of his kind, assigned by the government to disguise himself as a private in the army.< http://www.superherostuff.com/Biographies/CaptainamericaBiography.html
MORE to FOLLOW...in the meantime...