BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Despite rumors that Chris Evans will be leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe permanently after his contract runs out, the actor has suggested he may want to stick around as Captain America for a little longer.
Tony Stark and Steve Rogers won’t be the only heroes feuding with each other in Captain America: Civil War. Other characters will choose sides in the titular conflict, and new information has come out about who may be siding with whom.
Anthony Mackie made a lot of headlines a few weeks ago when he referred to the upcoming Marvel Studios film Captain America: Civil War as Avengers 2.5 - but now it seems that he has backtracked on those comments a bit.
In order to help you both learn what’s been officially announced by Marvel what what’s currently swirling around as rumor, we’ve constructed yet another one of our handy guides to help you keep track of everything related to Captain America: Civil War.
It’s been an especially exciting, edifying 24 hours for fans who have been anxiously awaiting Avengers: Age of Ultron. With the buzz generated by the new trailer still resonating heavily, an interesting new featurette has been released that focuses on the various high-tech weaponry, both new and familiar that will be brandished by the Marvel mega-team in the upcoming super-sequel.
We are so close to seeing a new Avengers 2 trailer! Before then, Entertainment Tonight has some exclusive new footage from the highly anticipated sequel. Most exciting of all is that we get to see more of Quicksilver in action.
Both individually and as a unit, the members of The Avengers have faced down many terrifying threats thrown at them – but this summer will see them square off against an enemy unlike any they’ve ever come across. The Age of Ultron is almost here – and if Chris Evans can be believed, then the robotic menace will be one of the most fascinating villains we’ve seen so far in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With three Marvel Studios films under his belt, there are few people in the world that understand Captain America quite like Chris Evans. But while the actor has taken ownership of the superhero role that has made him a global superstar, going into The Avengers: Age of Ultron he only had one request for writer/director Joss Whedon.
As the movie's title suggests, Captain America will remain the central character in Captain America: Civil War, with Robert Downey Jr. is still set to play a prominent role. The big question hanging in the air, however, is whether Tony will still come off and likable and reasonable in the story, or if certain events will lead to us hating his guts.
Marvel and Sony have set aside their differences are working together to bring Spider-Man into the cinematic universe of the Avengers! What are the odds that some of our favorite MCU characters will be popping up in a Spider-Man movie?
This is probably the most extreme fan tribute to a comic character we've ever seen, and it's also definitely the freakiest. Read on to see the man who's become the Red Skull in the flesh.
When the third solo film for Marvel’s juiced, justice-seeking, integrity-oozing Avenger, hits next year, our hero might cross another of his signature comic book nemeses off the list. With the addition of Daniel Bruhl, speculation began running rampant as to the identity of his character. Well, it looks like Bruhl will be donning the purple mantle of none other this iconic Cap villain.
Star-Lord and Captain America are always fighting for good causes, which makes it extra awesome when the actors behind them doubly back up those sentiments. And that is exactly what they did with their latest, most-heartwarming Super Bowl bet.
Despite Stewart’s time down indie film row, she won’t leave bigger budget films out of the picture completely, and claims she would love to play a role in a this Marvel movie.
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Chris Evans may only be Captain America when he is on screen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he just proved that the good-hearted superhero qualities he portrays through his character are also true to himself.
A bona-fide Marvel nut has created an instructional video on how you can make a 12 hour and fifteen minute Marvel super film! And it looks rather immense.
The Red Skull is one of those Marvel villains you just keep expecting to show up again. Only two parties can make this sort of wish fulfillment happen: The Russos or Hugo Weaving, and his thoughts are pretty clear on the matter, as seen in the story within.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been a game changer from the word go. It changed the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a major plot point in its own film, it became one of (if not the) first films to go on record as saying nitpicking through internet video series helped make it a better movie, and it turned Captain America into a brand name much like Iron Man did when it kicked everything off in 2008. But could it make even more history and become the first Marvel Studios film up for Best Picture at the Oscars?
There was a lot to take in from the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, but one of the most nagging questions from the preview came from a blink-and-you-miss-it shot: why is Captain America back in the 1940s?