We’re less than two months away from getting to see the new Captain America movie which is another major turning point for the live-action Marvel Universe. But one thing is already certain: If Civil War doesn’t acknowledge Agents of SHIELD, this movie’s throwing away an opportunity. [Update: It turns out they’re…
A sane person would say the best part of Marvel completing a series of movies is getting to see those movies. That person would be half right. The other great part is they get to release a big Blu-ray box set collecting all types of information about the movies.
Everyone is talking about Captain America: Civil War this week, and for good reason. The first trailer is out and it promises to be a mega kick-off to Phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
When Agents of SHIELD began, its first season revolved around building up towards the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Now there’s another Captain America movie coming out next spring, and we can already see how Agents of SHIELD is laying some track down for it. Spoilers ahead...
How will Marvel’s Phase Three movies manage to top the spectacle of Phase Two? We just got our first glimpse at D23. Marvel just showed us the first footage from Captain America: Civil War and Doctor Strange—the latter of which hasn’t even started filming yet.
So, a comic book adaptation of a comic book movie adapting a comic book storyline of the same name is actually going to adapt two different comic book movies instead, one of which was another comic book movie adaptation of a different comic book storyline of the same name. I’m frowning so hard my head hurts.
You might recall that Arnim Zola’s fate in Captain America: The Winter Soldier was rather final, after Hydra dropped a bomb on the digitised doctor’s hidden facility in an attempt to take out Cap and Black Widow. But according to these animated storyboards, that wasn’t always the case.
Community’s latest paintball episode is online and it includes one scene that pays tribute to Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Just as Steve Rogers finds himself in an elevator surrounded by enemy agents, so too does Community’s Dean Pelton find himself apparently cornered by rival paintball players.
The start of a new year is a time for looking forward - and as a fan of Comic book movies and shows, there's definitely lots I'm excited for in 2015. But looking back on the last year, I find myself hoping that all the Comic loveliness ahead of us remembers one of the best lessons learned in 2014: it's okay to be fun.
I don't want to blow your mind, but did you know that giant, flying SHIELD helicarriers in the popular Marvel movie weren't actually built, launched into the air, destroyed, and then crashed into Washington DC? It's true! As it turns out, these massive airships were in fact made by something call com-pyoo-turs!
This was a weird year for movies. The box office was weak, but also, most films didn't deserve love or hate. They were just... okay. But the genre movies that did stand out were either brilliant experiments, or horrible misfires. Here are the 10 best and 10 worst science fiction and fantasy movies of 2014.
2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Pretty good. Captain America: Winter Soldier, as if it had been made by legendary B-movie producers Golan and Globus as part of their cheese-tastic Cannon Films line? GLORIOUS. You know, if Marvel skipped Civil War and just made this, I'd be totally fine.
In any other world, the presence of a similar looking Penske trucks in two key moments would be a coincidence. Not in the Marvelverse. It's the same truck driver, say directors Joe and Anthony Russo.
Where was Hawkeye while S.H.I.E.L.D. was going crazy during Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Well, an earlier plan for the movie included a confrontation between Hawkeye and Captain America—one that ended in a very tender and heroic moment.
Yes. Yes. Yes. I agree with "How It Should Have Ended's" assessment of Captain America: The Winter Soldier 100%.
The digital release of Captain America The Winter Soldier is this weekend, so MTV has a little bit of the bloopers to share. And in it, we learn that wording is hard.
Maria Hill just doesn't get enough time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and considering the role she played in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we weren't surprised to find out that some of her screen time ended up on the cutting room floor. Here's an exclusive deleted scene that shows the storm brewing within…
The love of pop culture is tumutulous and unpredictable, full of sudden letdowns and unepected thrills. And sometimes, it's easy to get pessimistic. But just when you think you're burning out on TV, movies and comics, they can surprise you. And this summer has done quite a bit to restore my faith in pop culture.
Stunt casting is a long tradition in science fiction and fantasy, but it's only gotten more common lately. Films and TV shows will cast a famous actor — or someone who used to be in a Joss Whedon show — to spark interest. Sometimes, it's just unnecessary. But here are a bunch of cases where it was the perfect casting.