If there’s one thing Marvel knows how to do, it’s build hype about their films ahead of their release. This summer sees a slew of Marvel films set to be released with two notable Marvel Studio films leading the ways. One if the mysterious Guardians of the Galaxy while the other is Captain America: Winter Soldier, the sequel to the first Captain America movie from Marvel Phase One.
We won’t see Captain America: Winter Solider until the summer of 2014, but we can expect to see a first look at the film sometime in the next two weeks. According to the British Board of Film Classification, the Captain America: Winter Solider trailer has been registered and the running time has been recorded, meaning the trailer is only weeks away from being released.
Don’t expect this to be a trailer that is first found by someone roaming YouTube, as Marvel is likely going to tie the trailer to the beginning of Thor: The Dark World which hits theaters on November 8th. However, British audiences will get the film a week before American audiences do which means the trailer is likely to officially debut on October 30th at the international premiere.
According to the BBFC, the Captain America: Winter Solider trailer clocks in at just under two and a half minutes, meaning it’s without a doubt a theatrical trailer and it’s not going to be long before we see it.