The 'Winter Soldier' in Times Square

Sebastian Stan talks about playing one of Marvel's most popular villains in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
3:00 | 04/04/14

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Right now we're dancing, especially "Captain America" fans. The marvel hero is back. "Captain America: The winter soldier" is in theaters right now and here is the man behind "The winter soldier." Thanks for being with us. You have been on a whirlwind tour. We want to start because we're here on our instagram wall and have a question for you from a fan. Oh, yes. I think you might recognize him. Do I have to touch this? Who is your favorite superhero in the marvel comic book universe. Not you. Not you. Knew what I was thinking. Ready for that. We actually have several other fans too. Look at that little smirk on his face. He had fun on the set. You and Anthony were real-life superheroes yesterday. We were. You met with military children. Tell me about that. It was so heart-warming to see you guys give these kids the thrill of their life. It's always exciting when you have face-to-face interaction with fans and especially they were seeing the movie and coming out. You know, these kids, I don't know. They just make your day. They make you feel so grateful about the fact that this is our job that we get to go and shoot a movie and then share with everybody. Their mops and dads are superheroes too. Right, of course. We filmed a message to their fathers overseas. Your role, we have so many other fans who would like to ask questions but what is it like to be the bad guy in a popular -- is it fun to be the bad guy? Yeah, of course. I think that it is. Want to raise eyebrows. No, of course. It's super fun and this has been an interesting character because he kind of goes on both sides. Starts out on the good side and ends up on the bad side, so to speak and may go back to the other side. Do you have a dark side, Sebastian? Did you pull in your inner dark side. I don't think so but I know many people do. So it's tough. I guess so. You looked after them. You know what, was it hard training for the fight scene? This is an action-packed film. Absolutely. No, I still wake up today feeling sort of -- A little sore. Pain. How about a walk over here? If I still can. We'll go to Facebook and you've been on Broadway twice. Major TV roles, correct and the mad hatter on ABC on "Once upon a time." Are you thinking about coming back to "Once upon a time". My favorite answer this entire press tour, I don't know. I really koepts. I have no idea. I'm really great fans -- you know, I'm a great fan of the show and those guys and had an awesome time on it. I don't know. It remains to be seen. You're loved by all, evil or good. Thank you so much, Sebastian for stopping by. "Captain America: The winter soldier" opening nationwide today. Don't miss it and coming up, you

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