Captain America as portrayed by Chris Evans in Marvel's 'The Avengers.' Photo courtesy Disney/Marvel.
CLEVELAND -- Captain America is ready to make his big return to Cleveland.
Marvel has announced they are now accepting resumes for local crew positions for the upcoming "Captain America: Winter Soldier" flick.
Those interested need to submit their resume in one of two ways:
- Cleveland non-union resumes: email@example.com
- Cleveland union resumes: firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember, this is for people wanting to work on the crew only and not for actor/extras.
The movie, which will star Chris Evans in the title role, is slated to start filming in Cleveland by late spring, according to the Greater Cleveland Film Commission.
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"Captain America: Winter Soldier" will also star Scarlett Johansson and Samuel L. Jackson, also of "Avengers" fame.
The film is expected to be released in May 2014 and will be directed by two Cleveland natives -- brothers Anthony and Joe Russo. Their credits include "Welcome to Collinwood," "Arrested Development" and "Community."
This flick comes on the heels of the superhero stuntfest that brought explosions, action and hype to Cleveland in August 2011 when Marvel filmed segments of "The Avengers" in town.
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