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CAPTAIN AMERICA I 30 /July 2011/ outlineonline.co.uk


t reads like a press release for the newest, squeaky clean and white-grinned presidential candidate, battling law and disorder with the written words of


America’s constitution; if ever America needs a good publicity figure, Captain America would be it. Tis month it’s Marvel comics getting the tinseltown treatment, and one of their oldest characters is brought to life by Chris Evans, the handsome and cheeky super- scamp from Fantastic Four. Evans doesn’t start the film all guns blazing though, and makes the


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transformation from a military member too unfit to enter full service, to superhero via the invention of a super-serum by the US army. Tommy Lee Jones and Hugo Weaving bring heavier acting clout to this story that is based on the very foundations America likes to lead its life by, with Weaving playing public enemy no. 1, the bad guy in the sights of Captain America, leader of the evil Hydra Corporation. With this at print still remaining unrated, it’s either going to be an energetic kids pleaser, or could sneak into moral realms with a good amount of politics and aggression.


To win yourself either a private viewing of Bridesmaids with ten of your nearest and dearest (viewing time at the discretion of Odeon Cinemas), or ten film tickets, or even four gallery tickets, tell us who else played one of the Fantastic Four…


A) Jessica Rabbit B) Jessica Simpson C) Jessica Albae


Answers (including your telephone number) to emma@outlineonline.co.uk by Friday 20th July. Subject: Film Comp.


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