IGN has an interview with Ed Brubaker about his exclusive deal with Image Comics, announced at the Image Expo, and while it's a good read if you want to hear more about his upcoming plans, the real gem comes at the end, when Brubaker is asked his thoughts on Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the upcoming Marvel movie based on part of Brubaker's acclaimed Captain America comics run.
"It's the best movie that Marvel has ever made," Brubaker responded in a quote we swear to god we didn't make up, going on to claim that the movie would make "a billion dollars."
IGN: This is where we part ways, but before I let you go, what do you think of the Captain America: The Winter Soldier movie coming up?
Brubaker: It's the best movie that Marvel has ever made. The stuff I've seen from it, it also has two of the best fight scenes that I've ever seen on film.
IGN: Really, no kidding?
Brubaker: No, it's going to be amazing. It's gonna make a billion dollars. I got to go and be on set for awhile and watch them film and stuff. It was just amazing. I couldn't be happier with how it came out. Yeah, I can't wait for the premiere. I hope to get to actually talk to Robert Redford at it -- I got to shake his hand, but I didn't get to actually talk to him. He's like an honorary Brubaker, because my whole life people have come up to me like, "Oh, like the Robert Redford movie!"
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