Captain America Movie Filmed at SI

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On May 16, 2013, scenes for a movie named "Freezer Burn" were filmed at the National Air and Space Museum and in other areas of the District of Columbia. Roosevelt Bridge was closed for several hours for filming. "Freezer Burn" is a code name for the next Captain America super hero movie to be titled "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."


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  • "Captain America movie filming in D.C.," by Kendis Gibson, John Gonzalez, May 14, 2013. ABC7News

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May 2013


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