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[Movies] Details on the Captain America: The Winter Soldier's End Credits Easter Egg (SPOILERS)
Posted by Larry Csonka on 03.26.2014



- Captain America: The Winter Soldier doesn't come out in the US until April 4th, but you can read about the end credits Easter egg below. The scene will serve as a first look for fans of Quicksilver and The Scarlet Witch. Here is the explanation of the scene, courtesy of denofgeek.com

The scene opens on a Hydra facility where a team of scientists are examining Loki's mind-controlling staff – the one last seen shutting down the wormhole generator in Avengers. Overseeing the action is a man with a monocle and facial scars. Comic fans will recognize him as famous Captain America villain, Baron Strucker. He gloats about the destruction of SHIELD and muses how fortunate it was for Hydra that no-one there truly understood the power of the staff.

He then turns and walks around a corner into a different room of their facility. Talking with an aide, he wonders if now might be the time to activate "the twins". The camera spins around to show two jail cells, positioned side-by-side. In the left one, a tall, thin man with white hair is writhing in frustration. His movements are a blur and he jumps around nervously, flitting about the cell in near-instantaneous jitters that imply great speed. In the right hand cell, a dark-haired woman sits on the floor, huddled next to the wall. She seems confused and strung out, but she's holding both hands out in front of her and there are small blocks levitating between them. A few seconds later, the scene cuts to black.






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