New news about the upcoming sequel to the smash hit Captain America: The First Avenger, part 2 seems to be coming to theatres earlier next year.

Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier was initially targeted for an April 4, 2014 release date all over the world. However, a recent report by reveals that the movie may drop in theatres by March 28. Hold up though, the report also notes that Disney (who owns Marvel) will only be releasing the sequel early to U.K. fans.

Notably, this is not the first time British people will be able to watch Marvel films earlier than the U.S. notes that both Iron Man 3 and The Avengers were screened in the U.K. a week or two earlier than in America. Thor 2: The Dark World will also be making an early release next week, as it arrives in the country on October 30 - nine days earlier than the November 8 release in the U.S.

Yahoo! Movies U.K. notes though, that the first Captain America movie was the only Marvel Studios film that was released to U.S. viewers before it was screened across the globe - given the hero is an American. Following this, it may also prove that all these early U.K. release date talks are just rumors.

Moreover, another Disney film is set to make a release on the same date. Muppets Most Wanted is scheduled to premiere in theatres on March 28 which can also scratch off rumors about the early Captain America release.

Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier will star Chris Evans, reprising the role of Captain America. Sebastian Stan will play the role of the lead villain, Winter Soldier. The plot of the sequel will also follow the story of the comic book, where the sequel is based.