Turns out that super serum stuff is a pretty potent little mix.
"Captain America" is just days away from hitting theaters nationwide, and if the Chris Evans-starring superhero flick has the lift that his enhanced Steve Rogers does, Paramount and Marvel will be very, very happy.
Rogers, of course, is the brave weakling chosen to join a top secret Army program at the height of World War II, volunteering his body -- and potentially, life -- to take in an experimental serum designed to amplify his strength and best qualities to noble fighting machine status. After some politics and tragedy, though, Rogers ends up acting as a mascot for the army -- until he hears that his friend, the Sebastian Stan-portrayed Bucky, is behind enemy lines.
That's when all fire rains down, literally and figuratively.