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Anthony and Joe Russo slam The Academy for overlooking superhero movies, saying that they deserve the same level of recognition as non-comic films.
The Falcon depicter says the new Captain America is dreams come true, while Common calls it 'a beautiful thing.'
The web-slinging superhero movie took in almost $20 million less than the low-budget R-rated comedy.
The web-slinging superhero film nabbed an impressive number that landed it at number two as 2014's biggest domestic opener.
The female-centric comedy bows at No. 1 with an estimated $24.7 million on its first weekend, topping former three-week champion 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'.
The Marvel movie officially passed the $200 million mark while the Johnny Depp-starrer took in a mere $11 million in its first weekend.
'Rio 2' settles at the second place to make a room for Marvel's film, while 'Oculus' and 'Draft Day' follow at the third and fourth positions.
The second 'Captain America' movie scores the top April opening of all time, beating the $86.2 million debut posted by 'Fast Five' back in 2011.
The producer also talks about Stephen Strange getting shout-out, Loki's Chitauri Sceptre getting cameo, and 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' picking up where 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' left off.
Shailene Woodley and Theo James promote the book adaptation, while Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans team up to support the superhero flick 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'.
Take an early look at the opening scenes of the second 'Captain America' movie before it hits theaters Stateside next month.
Two of the videos feature Falcon sharing his thoughts on playing a superhero that can fly, while the others show the filming process.