'The Avengers' Deleted Scene Centers On Chris Evans' Steve Rogers/Captain ...
Marvel have provided
the following scene description to accompany the scene: “War in Europe” reads a newspaper headline as we cut to stock footage of Nazis in World War II with
newsreel voiceover. They say the new weapons are no match for Cap and we see some black and white news reel footage of Cap fighting one of the Hydra soldiers
with a Tesseract gun. With the DVD and Blu-ray release of ‘The Avengers’ fast approaching, Latino-review have got their mitts on this new extended deleted
scene from the film introducing Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers
/Captain America. And at the front of the fight, shoulder to shoulder with our battling boys is Captain America. Of all the deleted scenes I’ve seen from ‘The Avengers,’ this is by a stretch my favourite – I’m loving the Stan Lee cameo.
Talking Points: Tweet catches Donald
Equally tough on Donald was sending his cell phone number
out on Twitter. Asked how many phone
calls he received, Donald smiled and said, "I shut my phone
off, actually. First, he published his cell phone
number. "They might not be big-name schools, but you can't sleep on them," Kansas State defensive back Nigel Malone said shortly after the No. 22 Wildcats rattled off 35 fourth-quarter points to beat Missouri State 51-9 on Saturday night. They weren't alone, either: Wisconsin had to make a late defensive stand to beat Northern Iowa, Indiana State took Indiana to the brink, and Pittsburgh was embarrassed by Youngstown State in Paul Chryst's debut as Panthers coach. 2 If the Big 12 ever wants to expand to 12 members again, the league's powerbrokers might want to take a look at poaching a couple schools from the Missouri Valley Conference. Within minutes, Donald realized his mistake and deleted both tweets. 1 Luke Donald apologized Sunday for criticizing golf course architect Gil Hanse in a tweet that was meant to be private. Of course, Kansas and Kansas State might quickly object. His next tweet said, "Gil Hanse is a (weenie). Probably a new number is in store for me. That's what I deserve. Donald thought he was sending a direct message Saturday, but instead the tweet went public. Donald made bogey on the par-5 18th hole at the TPC Boston, where Hanse reconfigured the green to make it smaller and feature severe slopes off the edges.