Originally Posted by Spider-Fan
Avengers had a ton of stuff to focus on, so it makes sense not to dwell too much into Steve's sturggling with today's world especially when he has his sequel(s) to develop that further. I think it was handled well in Avengers. They didn't ignore it, but at the same time, they didn't let it become Captain America and His Amazing Friends. I'm okay with this.
I don't think if we actually had a little more focus on Cap assimilating that it would have turned into Captain America and His Amazing Friends.
At least Cap assimilating is something we haven't seen yet. The movie Iron Man showed Tony willing to put himself on the line, and Iron Man 2 was all about him learning to play with others. Yet Whedon felt the urge to retread.
But whatever. It happened. Now for Captain America 2, I'd hope they actually make Cap assimilating a narrative priority.