As he should, The Winter Soldier has one of the finest arcs in the MCU. It’s fantastic to see so many Easter eggs and little subtleties inserted across ten years of filmmaking for a character like Bucky Barnes, who has such a rich comic background. Fans observed aspects such as well-kept consistency in the Captain America flicks, as well as tiny discrepancies in the MCU that surprised them. Take a look at the list below and let us know your most favorite intriguing facts about Bucky Barnes aka The Winter Soldier!
12. Bucky Knew Steve Wasn’t Coming Back:
When Captain America leaves to return the stones in Avengers: Endgame, the rest of the team expects him to return. Bucky bids Steve farewell, knowing that he would not be returning to his timeline, a testimony to their relationship!
11. He’s The Only One Who Understands The Intercom:
Only Bucky understands the PA message in Captain America: Civil War since he claimed that all winter warriors could speak 30 languages.
10. Bucky’s Life As The Winter Soldier Clicked For Steve In This Moment:
In The Winter Soldier, the scenario in which Zola explains how Hydra influenced history is also the incident in which Steve Rogers discovers that Bucky murdered Howard Stark.
9. Steve And Bucky After Their First And Final Fights:
The conclusion of Steve Rogers’ first combat in the Captain America trilogy parallels the conclusion of his last fight in the Captain America trilogy.
8. Bucky, Steve, And Sam’s Disguises Correlate To Their Costumes:
Steve, Bucky, and Sam all wear hats that match the color of their suits in Captain America: Civil War.
7. His Character Was Digitally Removed From This Comic Cover:
Today, I observed that when the kids are buying Captain America comics in Captain America: The First Avenger, Bucky has been taken off the cover since it wouldn’t make sense in this timeline.
6. The Captain America Suit Not Shown In The Museum Was Ruined By Bucky:
The mannequin carrying Steve Rogers’ old costume has been deleted from the post-credit scene in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, implying that the uniform was never given to the Smithsonian.
5. Bucky’s Assigned Infantry Was The Same As Steve’s Father:
Bucky informs Steve in Captain America: The First Avenger that he has been assigned to the “107th.” Earlier in the film, Steve tells the recruitment officer that his father died of mustard gas in the 107th Infantry, the same unit in which he served.
4. Steve Took This Move From Bucky:
The parallels between Bucky catching Steve’s opponent (Captain America: First Avenger/Civil War).
3. This Keypad Detail Gives Sebastian Stan A Shoutout:
The code input at the start of Captain America: Civil War is 17826. When you look at a telephone keypad, the digits spell out “STAN.”
2. Bucky’s Doctor Was Played By Director Joe Russo:
Joe Russo was the doctor assigned to assess Bucky, whom Zemo assassinated in Captain America: Civil War.
1. Bucky’s Display In The Museum Contradicts Itself:
The most serious issue with the Bucky Barnes exhibit at the museum is that it contradicts itself. Bucky’s birth year is provided to us as two (1916 and 1917). These dates also contradict the Avengers dossier on Bucky, which shows his birth year as 1922 (it also identifies his place of birth as Shelbyville, Indiana, which is 616 canon that I clutch dear to my breast because that’s where my grandma is from). The exhibit notably omits Bucky’s military service dates, stating that he enrolled “shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor,” implying that he enlisted between December 1941 and February 1942.
So yeah, these are Bucky Barnes’s 12 Small Movie Details That Fans Have Noticed. I have to say man, these 12 details really amazed me at what a character Bucky was, and eventually I fell in love with the way Sebastian Stan played the character. So what do you guys have to say about Bucky? Did you people like him being played by Stan? Please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. Until then, keep on reading Animated Times, the perfect place to get a closer look at the entertainment industry, upcoming movies, TV series, celebrity gossip, and much more. We’ll have you covered, and follow us on Instagram and Facebook for more.