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With Marvel's massive Phase 2 of its Avengers project being rolled out, audiences have been excited to see what Captain America: The Winter Soldier (the third planned film of this second phase) has in store for us.

The film will apparently pick up right where The Avengers left off, with Steve Rogers/Captain America () struggling to come to grips with being an analog guy in a digital world as he continues his alliance with Nick Fury () and the rest of the secretive S.H.I.E.L.D. organization.

The guys at On The Red Carpet caught up with actor at the British Film Awards and picked his brain about what might be happening in the sequel:

I'm told I am gonna be involved. But of course, I don't quite know how much I'm gonna be involved. I think the theory is that Arnim Zola is gonna come back and, I'm told by people who know much more about the myth of this stuff, that he invents the secret of eternal existence...So, it's looking good for future films as well. So that character in particular is a good one to get involved with.

The video clip for the interview is below (Jump to 1:11 to go directly to the Captain America bit):

They also caught up with actress , who doesn't know much more than Jones about what the script will hold, other than that she won't be reprising role as the Captain's love interest, Peggy Carter, from the first film:

You might see [Peggy] in some other context...I'm not playing Sharon Carter [Actress has been cast in the role]. But [Peggy’s exclusion] was inevitable because, obviously, Steve Rogers wakes up in the first one and it's modern day. Peggy would be very very old or dead. So, it wasn't really a surprise to me.

Hayley's video is below (jump straight to 2:07 for the Captain-y bits):

With Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World already in post-production, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is set to start filming sometime in March or early April, though rumors of production being delayed have been swirling. Filming will be primarily in Cleveland, Ohio, but will also include stints in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.

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