There are a lot of different words you can use to describe actor Sebastian Stan, but “shy” is not one of them. The Captain America: Winter Soldier star busted out his birthday suit earlier this week, and hopped on a scooter for a ride through the city of Athens. Stan and Irish actress Denise Gough were both naked as they rode on the scooter to film a scene for their upcoming movie Monday, and they both seemed to be totally at ease.
We don’t know yet what Monday is about, but it is scheduled to be released in 2019.
Sebastian Stan naked through the streets of Athens–my friend is having a hard time breathing. pic.twitter.com/BDamYWdd5f
— diana ? (@Oof_Hemsworth) November 28, 2018
Stan might also be a part of one of the most anticipated movies in 2019 – Avengers 4 – but he admits he isn’t sure about his role in the upcoming Marvel film.
“When I was shooting anything, nobody ever told me what was part one or part two. The truth is, I don’t even know if I’m in [Avengers 4]. What I shot was in part one. And anything that I shot may or may not have been in part one or part two, and I still don’t know,” said Stan.
He went on to say that they shot things that were never going to make the movie, but it was easier to convolute the whole thing. And, no matter what, you know that Marvel is going to deliver on a whole new level because that is what they do best.
Avengers 4 will be a finale of sorts to a decade-long storyline, and it will feature the second half of the showdown with Thanos that started in this year’s Avengers: Infinity War. The two films were pretty much shot simultaneously, and that is why Stan is unsure about Bucky Barnes appearing in the movie.
However, Stan will return for sure in the Disney+ series that will focus on the Winter Soldier and Anthony Mackie’s Falcon.
Stan also talked about the recent death of Stan Lee. He said that he only met the Marvel co-founder a few times, and he never got a one-on-one with the comic legend. But, Lee always told him to remember that Bucky Barnes is a good guy.
Sebastian Stan has played Bucky Barnes across four films in the Marvel cinematic universe, and he told Collider that the news of Lee’s death knocked him out, but he was fortunate to meet him, and he is grateful that Lee was around to see what Marvel was able to do, especially in the last ten years.