While the Avengers might be a team, it’s not cheap to bankroll their adventures. In “Avengers: Age Of Ultron,” two things happen — a leader comes to the fore, and the group has someone new to cover the costs.
“I think [Captain America] feels very comfortable in a sort of leadership role, but I don’t think he gives orders, He does structure, organization — he’s a military guy,” Chris Evans told Yahoo. “Tony [Stark] is definitely paying the bills, and since there really is no company to report to, we’re kind of this independent unit that needs to rely on each other and work as a team, even in their day-to-day lives.”
“The first ‘Avengers,’ it’s growing pains. It’s getting to know each other, finding trust, understanding our roles and developing allegiance,” the actor told Collider about how the team changes in the followup. “This time, we’re a unit. We hit the ground running in this movie and since the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D. we’re forced to depend on one another, so right from the jump in this movie there’s a very clear understanding this is a team and that we operate as a team. We’re gonna win as a team and we’re gonna lose as a team. That’s kind of the undercurrent. There’s no question about each other’s loyalty to one another. It’s just a matter of how to go about as a team jumping these hurdles.”
Check out Captain America on the new poster for “Avengers: Age Of Ultron.” The film opens on May 1st.