Hot on the heels of our /captain-america-the-first-avenger-photo-of-sebastian-stan-as-bucky/first look at Sebastian Stan as James 'Bucky' Barnes in Captain America: The First Avenger comes a hi-res look at Bucky and Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) as they make their way through a sea of soldiers in World War II. Check out the image below, followed by director Joe Johnston's thoughts on Captain America's side kick:
In anticipation of this Sunday's Captain America: The First Avenger thirty-second Super Bowl XLV TV Spot, director Joe Johnston talked about what we can expect out of Sebastian Stan's sidekick James 'Bucky' Barnes.
Here is what he had to say:
"Sebastian Stan brought something really interesting and slightly on the dark side and really compelling to watch - when he's on camera, you're fascinated by watching him. In a great cast, I thought he really stood out and brought some unexpected things to the role. Everyone brought something to the movie and a lot of them brought something great but I was most pleasantly surprised by what Chris Evans brought and what Sebastian Stan brought in a much smaller role as Bucky."
Joe Johnston went onto talk about Bucky's dark side:
"Sebastian Stan has a dark, slightly quirky side to him - and that's the case when he's in character or not - and he brought that to this movie. You know, he was originally up for the lead, for the Steve Rogers role, but he didn't have quite the same earnest, I-want-to-fight-for-my-country aura that Chris Evans has for this role. Sebastian has a little bit of the bad boy, he's a little bit of the James Dean type and that goes somewhat counter to the general perception of Steve Rogers. He wasn't quite right for Captain America, but I think he's perfect for Bucky because, really, he can have a little bit of that dark side."