'Captain America: Winter Soldier' action spills off Shoreway onto W. 3rd Street

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CLEVELAND -- The gunfire-filled action spilled off a Shoreway bridge onto West 3rd Street below as the Black Widow dodged a barrage of bullets unleashed by the Winter Soldier and his goons.

The sequence for "Captain America: Winter Soldier" filmed Tuesday featured Scarlett Johansson running along W. 3rd Street near Lakeside Avenue (now Virginia Avenue). Her character, armed with a small handgun, raced away near an overturned bus before she returned fire on the masked titular villain.

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It was the second day in a row Johansson appeared at this specific location.

Meanwhile, dozens of extras raced away with frightened looks plastered on their faces.

No sign of Captain America.

That scene followed early morning action on the Shoreway bridge as Winter Soldier and his henchmen opened fire with a car ablaze in the background.

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Marvel's "Captain America" sequel, which also stars Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Redford, is slated for release in April 2014.


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