CLEVELAND - The latest Captain America movie is accepting applications for crew members in Cleveland.
Marvel’s “Captain America: Winter Soldier” starring Chris Evans will start shooting in the greater Cleveland area this spring. The movie is set for release in 2014 and comes after the huge success of “The Avengers”.
The Greater Cleveland Film Commission said this is not for actor or extra resumes for the movie, which will start shooting in late spring. Those interested in crew position can send their resume to email@example.com
"Marvel is pleased to return to Ohio, this time with our Captain America: The Winter Soldier production. The location, talent and people of Ohio are sure to benefit our film, and we look forward to beginning production," said Louis D'Esposito, Co-President of Marvel Studios in September.
“The Avengers” was shot in Cleveland, thanks in part to the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Incentive. In the summer of 2011, downtown streets were turn into a battle zone for stars like Robert Downey Jr. and Scarlett Johansson.
“Captain America: Winter Solider” will be directed by Cleveland natives Anthony and Joe Russo. The brothers’ directing credits include “Arrested Development”, “Community” and “Happy Endings”.
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