Joss Whedon Directed Part Of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'

The 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' director got some time behind the camera too.

Chris Evans suited up in his star-spangled costume once again for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," due out April 8, directed by brothers Anthony and Joe Russo...and Joss Whedon.

Though the Russos are officially listed as the directors for the movie, Whedon — who is responsible for Marvel fan favorite "Marvel's The Avengers" and will helm "Avengers: Age of Ultron," not to mention his prior accolades for TV's "Buffy," among others — took a clandestine spin behind the camera.

There are two post-credits scenes in "Winter Soldier," one of which, Marvel Studios President of Production Kevin Feige told Collider, was directed by Whedon.

"The Russos directed one of them and Joss Whedon directed the other one," Feige said.

The movie doesn't come out for a few more weeks, but this seems to be a pretty clear sign that one of the post-credits scenes is a teaser for the hotly anticipated "Avengers" sequel. As Entertainment Weekly pointed out, the post-credits scene that Whedon directed for "Thor" pointed to "The Avengers," so it's a pretty safe bet that the "Winter Soldier" extras would follow trend.

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