Captain America 2

And finally Steve Rogers, what happens to the world's last soldier? We reiterate what Feige told us earlier, that the majority of the film would be following Steve as he deals with the living in a world where he doesn't belong. But Chris Evans himself shared a bit of insight in on what he knows in this interview in Brazil with Danger:

Chris Evans: I think they're going to try and push it in the direction of a political thriller. It picks up where we leave off with The Avengers. And Captain Rogers goes back to working for S.H.I.E.L.D. That's all he knows. He understands the military, he understands serving his country, so he goes back to serving his country with S.H.I.E.L.D. But we've got some good new characters in there. I probably can't tell you too much more or I'll get in trouble.


Other movies

So what non-sequels is Feige considering greenlighting? He told reporters that Marvel has picked which property will be the subject of its second 2014 movie — and the likeliest non-sequel or spin-off candidates would seem to be "Ant-Man, or Dr. Strange, or The Inhumans, or The Guardians of the Galaxy." Feige had this to say about the last possibility, according to Crave Online:

"We are very excited about bringing things like that, maybe things exactly like that, to the screen. [...] When you tell people, you know what would be really cool? This movie, and there's a raccoon, and there's a tree... And they go, 'What?' And people like you know what it is, and get excited. And the majority of people go, 'Did you say a raccoon and a tree?' 'Oh yeah, they're going to steal the whole movie. They're hilarious.' 'Okay, I'll believe it when I see it.' I like that...It's more Star-Lord and Drax and Gamora, and less Vance Astro and that team."


Full disclosure: Disney paid for io9's travel and expenses at this press junket.