Stanley Tucci praises Captain America design
Marvel Studios brings their patriotic hero to the big screen with this 2011 action adventure film based on the comics character of the same name. Set during WWII, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) has been deemed physically unfit for military service. As a result, he volunteers for a secret operation called Project: Rebirth and is transformed into a super-soldier dubbed Captain America.
Stanley Tucci believes the design on 'Captain America: The First Avenger' is "stunning".
The 'Devil Wears Prada' actor - who plays Abraham Erskine in the comic book-adaptation - admits the Joe Johnston-directed project looks "beautiful" and he admires the way he is choosing to shoot the film.
He said: "Joe Johnston is a wonderful guy and I love the way he's shooting it, it's really interesting, it's beautiful looking.
"There's a real power to it and the design is stunning."
Discussing the film's hectic shooting schedule, Tucci reveals he didn't mind working hard and is looking forward to returning after a few months off.
He told MTV News: "It was so much fun. I have to go back and finish it in October, but I was there for a few weeks in the end of July, August. It was great, a great experience."
Earlier this month, Neal McDonough - who plays Dum Dum Dugan in the film - admitted Chris Evans was doing a "great" job as the titular superhero.
He told BANG Showbiz: "He's great in the role, a great guy, he's one of the people I'd love to work with every day.
"He's going to be someone you're going to be watching for a very long time. He's so dedicated to his craft, he works really hard."