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Could Bucky's trigger words in Captain America: Civil War have a deeper significance than we think? Join us, as we decode the 10 crucial words that sparked several pivotal moments in the film's storyline.
With the arrival of Captain America: Civil War, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is entering Phase Three of the franchise – so it’s a pretty natural time to look back and reflect on what’s come before. In eight years we have seen the release of 12 different comic book movies, and each one has helped lay the path that the series has taken.
With so many superhero movie entries, both live action and animated, there’s more than enough to determine which are the greatest of the bunch. With that in mind, Cinema Blend has put together its definitive list of the 30 best superhero movies ever made.
Before Captain America: Civil War arrives later this week, we’re highlighting Steve Rogers’ most heroic moments in the MCU so far, when he went above and beyond the call of duty.
Captain America has been through a lot since being woken up in the 21st century. He’s saved the planet from both alien invaders and killer robots, but also saw his faith in the system totally shattered when Hydra took down S.H.I.E.L.D. from the inside.
Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War caps off the trilogy that began with Joe Johnston’s Captain America: The First Avenger back in 2011, but it is so much more than just another film about Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has big plans for the future. To keep it all straight, we've laid out the next few years' worth of Marvel Studios films, which will take you through all of the official titles announced for Phase 3.
Leading up to Captain America: Civil War, some theaters now have a way for you to prepare and bone up on your Cap knowledge. Though it will require some stamina, and your butt my go numb.
Captain America: The First Avenger jumped around to different moments in World War II, leaving much of Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter’s time together unexplored. Which begs the question: did the have sex?
After sending around a poll to all the writers and staff here at Cinema Blend, we’ve crunched the numbers and created our Top 12 rankings for the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. What’s the order, you ask? Read on to find out!
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It seems that with each year that passes, Emily Blunt’s profile increases. The actress starred in three films in 2014, two of which were major blockbusters, so it’s no surprise that the her name frequently pops up on fan casts for superhero movies.
Above is a neat-o little video regarding the history of the onscreen Marvel universe, and the various nods and Easter Eggs regarding each film thus far - from the studio's first (Iron Man) to its tenth, this weekend's Guardians Of The Galaxy. Well, technically its eighth, since it stops before Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which doesn't hit Blu-ray/ DVD until September 9th.
Thanks to some unbridled critical and box office success, practically everyone in the world knows the big stars of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Captain America (and the actors who play them) are all not only true blue household names, and the same can be said for their females leads and villains. But what about the supporting players of the big screen comic book world?
Since 2008, Marvel Studios has been work crafting what is largely known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Introducing and re-introducing characters such as Iron Man,Hulk, Thor and Captain America to movie-going audiences over the last four years, the company brought it all together last month with Joss Whedon's The Avengers and the results were spectacular.
For years now Marvel Studios has been dominating the summer movie season, whether kicking things off with Iron Man and Thor's early May release dates or letting loose Captain America in late July. But with so many Marvel heroes getting their own movies these days, there might not be enough summer release dates to go around
Much like 2010, this year was packed with not only amazing soundtracks, but also movies that knew how to use songs to perfect effect. From the synth sounds in Drive to the insanely happy tunes in The Muppets, this year in music moments made audiences feel unending joy and devastating sadness, but it all made for great times at the cinema.
The road to The Avengers is all but 100% complete. All of the Marvel solo films, including Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger, have all been released in theaters and all but the last is available on home video. Fortunately, that exception will no longer exist come October 25th.
Because of Captain America’s 3D success, the Paramount/Marvel co-production will be available in a 3D Limited Edition combo pack (Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Copy), which will sport the same extras as the regular Blu-Ray. Boy, is the Blu-Ray the best way to go with this release. DVD copies will come with commentary as its only bonus feature and 3D copies will cost an arm and a leg, meaning over fifty bucks.
Comic book fans are already fully aware of how the origin story of Captain America ends, but for those not familiar with the character the ending of The First Avenger was quite fresh. It's for that reason that Yahoo!'s decision to post the final scene of the film online only one week after the film's release is quite bizarre, but it also provides us with our first HD, official look at The Avengers, so who the hell cares?