If he hooks up with the new female Thor, it will drive a lot of bigots up the wall.
Before “The Winter Soldier” hits theaters, revisit the first Captain America movie…which was really just a feature-length set-up for “The Avengers.”
Not only is it sturdy and durable, but you can eat off of it when you run out of plates.
Sure, the heroes of Marvel Comics tend to get all the praise and adoration, but what about the bad guys? Without them, those beloved superheroes wouldn't have anyone to fight,…
These are worthless even in the original packaging.
Charlie Chaplin's comical Hitler knock-off was designed to be funny rather than frightening. And the little buffoon totally is that—but there's also an element of real fear to the character,…
A bullwhip is nice but a first aid kit is nicer in these 6 adventurer movies that went terribly wrong. When “X” marks the spot be prepared for plenty of…
Still not sure what they’re avenging, though.
This looks better than all the Marvel movies combined.
Who is the true American hero?
Tony Stark will flirt with anybody.
Hayley Atwell is Peggy Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger.
Any Comic-Con nerd will tell you for every Wolverine and Captain America there’s an underrated sidekick or zombie Spider-Man (seriously) waiting in the proverbial wings for their big screen debut.
A whole slew of Comic-Con announcements will serve 5% of you very well and frustrate the balance of you guys.
As long as we have him on our side, we’ll be ok. Except in jungle warfare. Then it’s really anyone’s guess.
What you’re seeing in his eyes is determination.
Take THAT, Adolf!
Why watch TV at all when you can get all the movie commercials right here in this post?
By the time you finish reading this sentence, each character in this picture will have been greenlit for over nine sequels each.
The new Captain America trailer is here. Red Skull fans rejoice.
It was only a matter of time before this happened. Captain America meets Team America in a brilliant instance of satirical patriotism.
The Spidey stunt goes wayyy better than his Broadway debut.
As was done by Delirious-era Eddie Murphy before him, Chris Evans’s Captain America is intent on showing the world how comfortable and mobile a leather bodysuit truly is.
Not ones to be outdone by Spider-Man, Captain America and Thor would like you to know that they that they look pretty cool in their superhero clothes too.
Last week “Entertainment Tonight” teased their exclusive first look at Captain America: The First Avenger. And then nothing. Well, where the hell is it?
This morning I posted Chris Evans as Captain America: The First Avenger looking all stoic on the cover of Entertainment Weekly. Now I have more pictures for your eyeballs. The above pic focuses on Captain America's ass, or shield if you'd prefer. After the jump, check out Hugo Weaving as the early incarnation of Red Skull and Chris Evans shirtless **splashes glass of water on face**
That's not morning wood you're sporting. It's an excitement boner from laying eyes on this first official pic of Chris Evans in his tight, slick Captain America costume from the new issue of EW. Look at him with his star and shield and strappy thingies. He's like a cigar store Indian without the headdress, and more patriotic rags. I'm sure we'll see a teaser trailer soon, as the movie hits theaters July 22, 2011, but for now you'll have to do with just the pic, like old school Internet porn days.
Captain America: The First Avenger is busy shooting on the streets of Manchester, and the Internet has gone mad over this exciting behind-the-scenes video. In the clip, director Joe Johnston demonstrates why he is considered a master, expertly guiding his actor, Chris Evans, as they film a pivotal scene.
No need for me to oversell it. Sit back and enjoy this rare glimpse of movie magic. (/Film)
Watch Captain America director Joe Johnston make movie magic after the jump…
ScreenJunkies caught up with Stanley Tucci at the press junket for Easy A. When not answering questions about the works of Nathaniel Hawthorne or how good Emma Stone smells, the Tooch talked a bit about his role as Dr. Erskine in Marvel's Captain America.
Yeah, I don't look like that character as drawn originally. The character as drawn originally is a very big, sort of square-headed, square-shouldered guy with a big white moustache and a huge thing of hair. I don't look like that. We chose to, I have a scruffy beard that we grayed even more than mine is gray, and like white hair here [above the ears], sort of longish and then glasses and a German accent.
In other words, something like this:
If you listen closely, you can hear Christopher Lloyd firing his agent off in the distance.