Captain America dreamboat Sebastian Stan has been busy all weekend promoting his new film with Margot Robbie, I Tonya, hitting the press lines for some run-of-the-mill interviews. Speaking to MTV’s Josh Horowitz for said interviews, Sebastian Stan was quizzed on the production scale surrounding Avengers: Infinity War:

It certainly is the biggest culmination of everything and anything they’ve [Marvel] done so far. It’s just going to be bigger and crazier than everything. The footage that I saw at D23 was just mindblowing.

He also shared his thoughts on finally being a part of the ultimate Avengers film and his excitement on seeing the other cast members, revealing the Winter Soldier’s current arc/place for Infinity War in the process:

Yeah. That was the feeling on set. You get to set and there’s Hemsworth walking and then there’s the Doctor Strange cape. Someone’s carrying Rocket Racoon. All these people you’ve seen in different movies. My biggest question was ‘how is everyone going to interact with each other?’ It’s like my guy, as usual, is still figuring out where he’s at.

We last saw Bucky hibernate in a Wakandan cryogenic chamber at the end of Captain America: Civil War, in an attempt to restrain whatever’s left of his HYDRA programming. Footage descriptions from the D23 Infinity War sizzle reel described a particular moment in the video where audiences saw the Winter Soldier stand alongside the Wakandan Army as they’re about to face Thanos’ army. It’ll be interesting to see how Bucky manages to do some soul-searching amidst the events of Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War. Stan recently confirmed in another interview that the Winter Soldier was not appearing in T’Challa’s solo film meaning a) he isn’t in Wakanda anymore or b) he’s still frozen in ice hidden somewhere. If he’s no longer in Wakanda and off to another solo adventure of his by the time Infinity War happens, that is something we would love to see in the film. A montage of Bucky tracking down the remaining HYDRA officers that could do undo the brainwashing.

Source: MTV