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John Krasinski clearly doesn't hold any grudges about being beaten to the role of Captain America by Chris Evans back in 2010. That's why he wants to play a Captain America villain.
One of the big questions around Captain America: Civil War is how will the movie be able to give all of the respective characters enough screen time and material to make us actually care about which side they are on? Director Anthony Russo recently opened up about how such a large ensemble of actors were wrangled and utilized throughout the third Captain America film.
Director Joe Russo may have just teased that a monumental moment from the comics will make its way into Captain America: Civil War.
From the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War we saw that the entire movie is going to come down to the relationship between Captain America and his old friend Bucky Barnes.
Deleted scenes can be some of the more interesting aspects of film making. In addition to showing you ideas that the creators decided to abandon, it can also show you just how good the editing team of a film actually is.
Marvel is set to kick off their Phase 3 cinematic slate with a bang in Captain America: Civil War, and according to one of the directors, nothing will ever be the same.
While the next outing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has Captain America’s name on it, the movie, Civil War has pretty much every hero we’ve ever seen in the MCU in it, along with a couple that we haven’t. There are a couple of exceptions to this though.
There are big picture political issues in play in Captain America: Civil War, but the Russo Brothers want to keep it grounded and personal, too, which is why Bucky Barnes needed to play a major role.
So, what was YOUR favorite moment in the new Captain America: Civil War trailer? Weigh in in the comments section. Then go watch the trailer again and again.
Just like the original Civil War story, who fans are siding with in Captain America: Civil War will depend on their personal beliefs, but Marvel legend and cameo king Stan Lee has made his position in this event official.
Tension has built between Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark and Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers ever since the two first met in 2012’s The Avengers and will culminate in next year's Captain America: Civil War. This conflict will weigh on Steve Rogers according to Chris Evans.
The Winter Soldier himself has some fairly strong opinions over who should become Captain America if Chris Evans ever leaves.
Looking ahead to what’s coming between 2016 and 2019, we’ve picked the 10 likeliest contenders to die in Marvel’s Phase Three film slate. Obviously none of these have been confirmed yet, but going off comic book history and analyzing how events will go down in the near future.
Evans is trying to say that the different flavors can be found IN the superhero genre, if filmmakers keep changing up their approach. Either way, it won’t happen any time soon. We have no less than 35 superhero movies on Hollywood’s radar between now and 2020, with every major studio filling its slate with comic properties.
“I am Iron Man.” It’s not just the lyric to a classic Black Sabbath. It’s the final line in the very first movie of the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe… and it might have predicted the future path of the MCU, all the way back in 2008.
Although his current contract will expire in the coming years, Chris Evans revealed he’s open to playing Captain America in more projects past the Avengers: Infinity War movies.
Off first glance, it may seem like there is an imbalance of power towards Tony Stark’s team in Captain America: Civil War, but Captain America actor Chris Evans has hinted he doesn’t see it that way.
The Mad Titan Thanos has faced off against numerous heavy-hitters of the Marvel Universe since his first appearance in 1973. With Josh Brolin primed and ready to take on the entire heroic roster of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War, just which hero is he most excited to take on?
A divide is growing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We first saw hints of it in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but by the time May rolls around next year, the comic book movie world will be in full blown Civil War – with Iron Man and Captain America individually leading the two sides.
Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War is still about a year away, but this week we got a very special early look at the film.