In this film publicity image released by Paramount Pictures, Chris Evans is shown in a scene from the film "Captain America: The First Avenger." Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios gave distributors around the world the option of shortening the title to"The First Avenger." The only countries that took them up on it were Russia, Ukraine and South Korea. In other territories, the movie will go out with the full title, a sign that the brand value of the Marvel Comics hero trumps any potential anti-American sentiment in some parts of the world. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Jay Maidment)

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In this film publicity image released by Paramount Pictures, Chris Evans is shown in a scene from the film "Captain America: The First Avenger."  Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios gave distributors around the world the option of shortening the title to"The First Avenger." The only countries that took them up on it were Russia, Ukraine and South Korea. In other territories, the movie will go out with the full title, a sign that the brand value of the Marvel Comics hero trumps any potential anti-American sentiment in some parts of the world. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Jay Maidment)
In this film publicity image released by Paramount Pictures, Chris Evans is shown in a scene from the film "Captain America: The First Avenger." Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios gave distributors around the world the option of shortening the title to"The First Avenger." The only countries that took them up on it were Russia, Ukraine and South Korea. In other territories, the movie will go out with the full title, a sign that the brand value of the Marvel Comics hero trumps any potential anti-American sentiment in some parts of the world. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Jay Maidment)
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