I would want the first half of the movie to be his origin in World War II. I hated the last Captain America movie where he spent maybe only 15 minutes in his costume and had rubber ears. The Italian Red Skull sucked too. Hope they don't mess it up again.
I hear you,
but I betting that what we're going to see will be the Ultimates story, minus the other heroes. Sam Wilson/The falcon might appear (probably without wings, No showing up Cap!), he is a "Cap" character and I haven't heard of any Falcon movies, but they won't put the Panther in it (although, since both Cap and Black Panther are being developed by Marvel through the Paramount deal, they could put a little crossover in each story to excite fans and create a Marvel cohesion, Sigh! but movies just aren't made that way).
Anyway, they just announced the screen writer of Cap over at Filmforce.ign.com....
(hey, I may use this as a piece)
Exclusive: Captain America's Screenwriter
Marvel enlists a regular collaborator.
February 17, 2006 - Marvel Entertainment honcho Avi Arad revealed a few days ago that there is a screenwriter working on the script for Captain America. Arad said he "does have a director and leading man in mind" but did not reveal who the screenwriter was. Now a reliable source has advised IGN FilmForce who the writer is of the Sentinel of Liberty's big-screen return.
Self has worked on two other Marvel projects, The Sub-Mariner (a script that Arad has long raved about) and Deathlok. He also adapted the graphic novel Road to Perdition for the big screen, and wrote the Cuban Missile Crisis drama Thirteen Days .
"Without giving too much away, obviously there'll be a little bit of the origin and then we come into our real world," Arad recently disclosed. "What makes Captain America such a compelling character is that it allows you to judge history so you see where he came from and you see what he stood for."
Arad said last June, "This script is going to take a little bit of time, because it has to be a masterpiece. It's Back to the Future kind of stuff."
Captain America is part of the Marvel/Paramount deal and isn't expected to reach theaters until 2009.
Check out the source HERE!