According to The Daily Superhero, Marvel Studios' next film Captain America: The Winter Soldier will be undergoing some additional photography starting in just two weeks. Production on the film will reassemble for two days before breaking for the holidays. They will then shoot for an additional two weeks in January of 2014. No word on what the additional shooting will include, but as the site says, it has become standard practice for Marvel films to go back for more shooting as both Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World have done this as well.
They're not going to shoot a bunch of extra crap and then cut the movie down to 85 minutes are they? This runtime business needs to stop.