Thanks to our intrepid friend EGamb from NYC and our very own addiction to watching the Alternate Scenes feature on all of our DVDs, we caught this awesome, nanosecond glimpse of Captain America in Louis Leterrier’s The Incredible Hulk.

So obviously we can’t tell who’s playing Captain America in this, the smallest of all cameos, but the shot is still pretty awesome. Yes, it’s not perfect, but you can see clearly the tell-tale shield. Appearing on both the Blu-ray and regular DVD versions, the alternate opening shows Bruce Banner wandering around the Antarctic emo-style, trying not to get enraged when, surprise, he Hulks out.

The sequence is 2:25 long, and the cameo comes right near the end as an avalanche crashes down toward the camera. So grab your DVDs and check it out for yourself.

Personally, I can only hope the next time these two are in a film, they’re battling each other and tearing down an entire city block or causing another massive avalanche.

Editor’s Note: The photo above is the highest resolution screencap we could get. You should be able to see the Shield, and Captain America in the ice. Also, we have received the following photo from another reader, which outlines Captain America in the ice:

Captain America in Ice


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