Marvel is still focusing on “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” which arrives in April, but sources tell Variety that Anthony and Joe Russo will be back in the director’s chair for a third installment, even though it hasn’t yet been officially greenlit.
Marvel and Russo’s reps had no comment.
Negotiations wouldn’t begin till after ‘Winter Soldier’ bows but sources say Marvel has been so impressed with the production of “Winter Soldier,” as well as with strong results from recent test screenings, that the studio has moved fast to attach the brothers to the next installment.
Since many of the actors have options for a third installment, a threequel is likely in the cards as long as “Winter Soldier” performs well.
A writer and release date are still pending for “Captain America 3″ but sources say Marvel and the Russos are already putting together an outline of what »
- Justin Kroll
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