If you're a Marvel fan - or, heck, if you're a fan of superheroes and their accompanying movies - you're probably well aware of the third Captain America movie, [Captain America: Civil War](tag:994409). It's going to be epic, and it seems like almost everybody of importance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be featured in it.
One of those people, William Hurt (who plays General Ross), will be reprising his role and from hearing him talk about his character, it seems as if he'll change quite a bit.
“I loved playing Ross the first time because I was able to try and create an ego as big as the monster he was chasing. And one that was as warped too. [Ross in Civil War] is different because it’s a different style. It’s a more modernized style. And what they’ve done is they’ve taken a character who was the Ross from the older film and made a new version. This is a much newer Ross. A much different Ross. And I liked that a lot. I haven’t had a lot of time to understand it, but I’m doing the best I can. And they haven’t fired me yet.”
It's interesting that he admits here to being a little confused by the complexity of the MCU, and you can't really blame him. It can get pretty complicated, especially when you get into the woods with some of the storylines. However, I think he's one of the low-key more intriguing characters that we'll see in the new film.
Looking forward to the film? Captain America: Civil War hits theaters May 6, 2016.