Captain America 3 (2016)
Captain America 3 Release Date
May 6, 2016
Captain America 3 SynopsisCaptain American 3 will take place after the events of The Avengers: Age of Ultron and continue the adventures of Steve Rogers, Captain America. The film's final title is unlikely to be Captain America 3, since Captain America 2 was officially titled Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Captain America 3 Credits
Starring: Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan (likely), Anthony Mackie (possible)
Written by: Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely
Directed by: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
Produced by: Kevin Feige
Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures
Release Date: May 6, 2016
External Info: Captain America 3 Official Website
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Will Someone Please Tell Jeremy Renner If He’s Actually In Captain America 3?
Despite what internet reports have said, it looks like Hawkeye may not actually be locked in for Captain America 3 yet - and if he is, nobody has actually bothered to tell Jeremy Renner about it yet.
by Eric Eisenberg September 29, 2014 comments
Why Jeremy Renner Doesn’t Think Hawkeye Deserves His Own Movie
As things stand in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye is easily identifiable as the most under utilized character. ] The good news is that Marvel is aiming to correct this course in the upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron - but if you're anticipating a Hawkeye solo movie at any point, you probably shouldn't hold your breath.
by Eric Eisenberg September 23, 2014 comments
Hero Blend #33: How Captain America 3 Can Change The Marvel Cinematic Universe
If you’ve been frequenting Cinema Blend recently, you may have noticed an influx in the number of stories about Captain America 3. Part of this is because Captain America: The Winter Soldier arrived on Blu-ray this week and the directors have been on the press tour promoting it, talking about the franchise’s future. But it’s also because we’re still coming down from the thrill ride that was the last Captain America adventure and can’t wait to see more.
by Eric Eisenberg September 11, 2014 comments
Captain America 3 Likely Won't Dig Into Marvel's Civil War
The Civil War series stretched multiple issues over several months and involved the federal government launching a Superhero Registration Act. The storyline divides key Marvel heroes into two camps: one led by Captain America and the other led by Iron Man.
by Sean O'Connell September 10, 2014 comments
Chris Evans Isn't Ready To Give Up Captain America's Shield Just Yet
While the actor is still contractually obligated to be in the upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America 3 and the inevitable Avengers 3, the actor has been talking seriously about his possible retirement, and it has been heavily rumored that co-star Sebastian Stan's Bucky Barnes is being set up to take Captain America title after Steve Rogers is gone (as seen in the comics).
by Eric Eisenberg September 9, 2014 comments
Captain America 3 Will Change The Marvel Cinematic Universe In A Big Way
With The Russos at work on Captain America 3 since February, they're eager to announce what the official subtitle of the Captain's next adventure will be. Apparently it's so big that Kevin Feige has had it in mind for the last couple of years.
by Mike Reyes September 9, 2014 comments
7 Marvelous Facts Captain America's Directors Think You Need To Know
Needless to say, we had a lot to talk about with the Russos, from Captain America: The Winter Soldier to Marvel’s plans for Captain America 3 and beyond.
by Sean O'Connell August 28, 2014 comments
Captain America 3 Directors Confirm The Return Of The Winter Soldier
Spoiler Warning! The following article contains spoilers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. If you haven't seen Captain America: The Winter Soldier yet and wish to not have any of the movie ruined for yourself, I recommend clicking on another one of our fantastic other stories!
by Eric Eisenberg August 27, 2014 comments
Captain America 3 May Feature Way More Marvel Heroes Than We Thought
Today, a rumor circulated that Hawkeye might find his way into Captain America 3 when that movie reaches theaters in May 2016. But Joe and Anthony Russo told me, personally, not to stop there.
by Sean O'Connell August 25, 2014 comments
The Truth About Captain America 3's Fight With Batman v. Superman
In an exclusive interview with the Russos today, they told me the shift was inevitable… and ultimately great for fans. “We knew when they announced that it was somewhat of a placeholder, that it was a game of chicken to see if Marvel really had a film that was going to land on that date or not,” Joe Russo explained
by Sean O'Connell August 25, 2014 comments
Captain America 3 Screenwriters Want Modok For Future Marvel Movies
The duo did reveal, though, that early drafts of The Winter Soldier did make room for Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye character, but in the end, “he didn’t have enough to do and suddenly it seemed like we were giving him short shrift. Hey, it’s a cameo!” A lot of his actions fell to the Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson). Maybe a different Avenger can end up teaming up with Cap in the third installment.
by Sean O'Connell August 13, 2014 comments
Why Batman v Superman Ran Away From Captain America
It's true that this year is an excellent case study, at least in regards to the domestic box office. The two biggest films of the year domestically are Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Lego Movie, which bowed in the spring. And aside from Transformers, no other film opened at the level of The Winter Soldier until Guardians Of The Galaxy, an August release.
by Gabe Toro August 8, 2014 comments
Hero Blend #29: DC Comics Just Changed The Future Of Comic Book Movies
Marvel Studios certainly has a jump start on the DC when it comes to building a cinematic universe, having been establishing itself as a brand since 2008, but don’t count the home of Batman and Superman out. In addition to having the big blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice scheduled to hit theaters in 2016, they have huge active plans for the entire rest of the decade. And this week we got a very limited peak into exactly what they have in the works.
by Eric Eisenberg August 7, 2014 comments
Batman v Superman Is Moving Away From Captain America 3's Release Date
Marvel Studios and Warner Bros./DC Comics have been playing a serious game of chicken these last few months. While Marvel claimed the May 6, 2016 release date as their own all the way back in June 2013 (later announcing the date as being for Captain America 3), Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice decided to move to the exact same weekend this past March after being delayed nearly a year.
by Eric Eisenberg August 6, 2014 comments
Anthony Mackie Doesn't Think He'll Ever Play Captain America, Here's Why
When Sebastian Stan revealed his nine-picture deal with Marvel Studios earlier this year, it painted a pretty clear picture of what the comic book franchise has planned for the future of Captain America. With Chris Evans' contract ending after Avengers 3, it makes sense that Marvel would follow the events of the comics and have the character's life-long best friend, Bucky Barnes (Stan's character), pick up the title and the shield to become the new Captain America.
by Eric Eisenberg August 5, 2014 comments
Why Captain America 3 Won't Be Moving Away From Batman v Superman
The Marvel-DC movie rivalry hasn't quite reached WWE levels yet, but something tells me it's getting there. There hasn't been any direct competition between the two sides as of yet: Marvel has consistently made comparatively strong films, while DC's range from great (The Dark Knight) to stupefyingly awful (Green Lantern).
by Gabe Toro July 20, 2014 comments
Captain America 3 Could Have Larger Role For Crossbones
He got plenty toasty in the aftermath of Hydra's failed plot to take over the world, but it seems certain he'll be back, as Rumlow in the comics becomes the evil Crossbones.
by Gabe Toro June 16, 2014 comments
Batman Vs. Superman Opening Early Overseas?
International audiences have become more important than domestic ones, though studios are unwilling to surrender their stranglehold on the American summer, instead opting to stretch blockbuster season into unseasonal months overseas.
by Gabe Toro April 18, 2014 comments
Hero Blend #12: Batman Vs. Superman Vs. Captain America
Marvel and DC have been competing as the biggest names in the comic book industry for decades, and that rivalry has spilled over into Hollywood in a major way. Big screen adaptations of classic characters like Iron Man, Batman, Captain America and Superman have helped the two companies compete for dominance in the comic book movie world, both in terms of quality of product and success at the box office. In 2016, however, their quest for dominance will be coming to a head.
by Eric Eisenberg April 10, 2014 comments
Batman Vs. Superman Won't Back Down From Captain America 3
Dan Fellman, president of domestic distribution for Warner Bros., says, "It doesn’t make a lot of sense for two huge superhero films to open on the same date but there is a lot of time between now and [May 6, 2016). However at this time, we are not considering a change of date for Batman vs. Superman.”
by Sean O'Connell April 8, 2014 comments
Marvel Surveyed Captain America 2 Viewers This Weekend, This Is What They Asked
With friendly smiles they offered me a 2-page survey and a tiny pencil, the kind you get at miniature golf courses. But what did they want to know?
by Kristy Puchko April 7, 2014 comments
Kevin Feige Says Marvel Studios Has Movies Planned Up To 2028
How many Marvel movies do you want? How about all the Marvel movies? Right now, the studio is stepping up to the plate and blasting them out like Barry Bonds with a handful of flax seed oil coupons. And who could blame Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige for getting a little bold and presumptuous?
by Gabe Toro April 3, 2014 comments
Monday Movie Memo: 3 Captain America Comics Marvel Needs To Adapt Next
Give the Monday Movie Memo a spin, and dig into potential Captain America plotlines that Marvel could (and should) explore with this fascinating character. Know that the conversation gets VERY spoilery (even though I haven’t seen The Winter Soldier yet). And weigh in with your favorite Cap plots. Which comics do YOU want to see converted to the big screen?
by Sean O'Connell March 31, 2014 comments
Captain America Screenwriters Tease 'Psychotic' Plot For Part Three
We are still a LONG way off from Cap 3, but the theories already are floating. Settle in, folks. The chatter’s only going to increase, and grow louder.
by Sean O'Connell March 20, 2014 comments
Chris Evans Reacts To News That Cap 3 Will Open Opposite Batman Vs. Superman
it’s sweet and charming to see Evans’ pure, honest reaction to learning for the first time that he’s going to have to go up against Zach Snyder’s sure-to-be-blockbuster. “Wait a minute,” Evans says. “So you’re saying we have to go against them?” And then his verdict, which is priceless. “Well, that’s a shame.”
by Sean O'Connell March 18, 2014 comments
Captain America's Sebastian Stan Reveals He Has A 9-Picture Deal With Marvel Studios
Back in 2009, Samuel L. Jackson made headlines when he signed an unprecedented deal with Marvel Studios that would see him play the role of S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nicholas J. Fury in not one, not two but nine different movies. It was a pretty big surprise at the time, but it turns out that Jackson wasn't the only actor Marvel signed a nine picture deal with. Sebastian Stan is in that exclusive club as well.
by Eric Eisenberg March 13, 2014 comments
Captain America 3 To Square Off With Batman Vs. Superman In May 2016
It's no secret that Marvel Studios is very happy with how the upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier turned out. We are still a couple weeks away from the film hitting theaters nationwide, but already directors Joe and Anthony Russo have signed on to direct the next sequel in the Captain America solo franchise and scribes Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are coming back to write the script.
by Eric Eisenberg March 13, 2014 comments
Marvel Studios' May 2016 Project Won't Move Away From Batman Vs. Superman
So what is the next step here? It's hard to say. May 6, 2016 is still a long time from now, so both Marvel Studios and Warner Bros. will have plenty of time to think about whether or not they really want to release two such big projects on the same day. If they do end up coming out the same weekend, then it's possible that they will both just end up eating each other's box office and then nobody walks away a winner.
by Eric Eisenberg March 12, 2014 comments
Anthony Mackie Begs Marvel For An Age Of Ultron Part, Will Settle For Cap Sequels
Anthony Mackie has the choice role of The Falcon in the upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier. But, according to him, he has yet to be called to be an Avenger.
by Gabe Toro February 14, 2014 comments
How Do These Thor And Captain America Sequels Fit Into Marvel's Phase Three?
On Wednesday, it was revealed that Marvel is super-psyched about Captain America: The Winter Soldier, enough to welcome back directors Joe and Anthony Russo for a third film in the series. And yesterday, Marvel went ahead and hired writers for a third Thor.
by Gabe Toro January 30, 2014 comments
Captain America 3 In The Works At Marvel Studios
Comic book movie fans have spent months and months wondering what Marvel Studios has planned for the upcoming Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe outside of Edgar Wright's upcoming Ant-Man, and today that picture has become a bit clearer. It's now being reported that the studio is now in the process of putting together plans for a Captain America 3, and according to their sources that includes bringing back directors Joe and Anthony Russo.
by Eric Eisenberg January 28, 2014 comments
Batman Vs. Superman Delayed Until 2016
The year 2015 was supposed to be the one that Batman and Superman fans have been looking forward to their whole lives. As was announced at last year's San Diego Comic-Con, Zack Snyder's Man of Steel sequel is set to be the first live action movie featuring both the Man of Tomorrow and the Dark Knight, and when the project was announced it came with a promise that the film would be out during the summer of 2015. That is no longer the case.
by Eric Eisenberg January 17, 2014 comments
Marvel Studios May Announce 2016 And 2017 Films Next Summer
Marvel Studios has announced its schedule up until July 31, 2015, which is the newly minted release date for Edgar Wright's Ant-Man, but it's plans beyond then remain a complete mystery. Disney has already etched out three weekends for Marvel properties in 2016 and 2017, but all of them remain mysteries.
by Eric Eisenberg October 21, 2013 comments
Marvel Announces New Untitled 2016 Film, Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella Gets A Release Date
Both films will be part of Marvel's Phase 3 plans (a.k.a. post-Avengers 2), but what's unknown at this time is which characters the stories will center on. Doctor Strange, for one, is officially going to be a part of the studio's plans going forward, but we have yet to hear an answer to "when." Both Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans are attached to make three solo movies as Thor and Cap, so it's possible that one or two of the 2016 spots belongs to them.
by Eric Eisenberg June 24, 2013 comments
Marvel Announces Two New Release Dates And Muppets...Again! Gets A New Title
First let's start over at Marvel Studios, which is just coming off the ridiculous success of Shane Black's Iron Man 3 last month. The company has actually made a habit of owning the first week in May, releasing Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, The Avengers and Iron Man 3 on that weekend, and it appears that they will continue that habit for years to come.
by Eric Eisenberg June 13, 2013 comments
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