The clash of superheroes movie doesn’t come out until May 2016. That hasn’t stopped the Internet.
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.
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.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier introduced us to the cinematic version of the high-flying hero Falcon. But before he could take to the screen, the filmmakers had to decide what his wings would look like. Would he look like a bird or a plane?
Who needs strange growth hormones or LMDs? Shortpacked reveals what SHIELD really uses in cases of intense medical trauma.
The movie's only been out a few days, but a ton of The Winter Soldier's concept art has hit the internet from both ILM and the amazing Tim Flattery. Check out the inside of a helicarrier, the underbelly of SHIELD, and much more!
Before Captain America: The Winter Soldier premiered, there were a lot of wild rumors floating around about the character played by Robert Redford. So we asked the directors, Anthony and Joe Russo, about these crazy notions. And now that we can freely talk about end-of-the-movie spoilers, here's what they told us.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the darkest of all the Marvel movies. But then how on EARTH did directors Anthony and Joe Russo manage to fit in the most ridiculous Captain America villain of all time, Batroc the leaper? In our exclusive interview, we go deep into the secrets of making Cap (and his friends) go…
When you wake up after 70 years on ice, you miss a few major historical and cultural events. This shot from the opening of Captain America: The Winter Soldier peeks into Steve Rogers' notebook, tracking the things he needs to research and remember after his time asleep.
If you know toys at all, you know that Hong Kong-based Hot Toys makes 12-inch action figures that are uncannily realistic. But this new figure of Black Widow from Captain America: The Winter Soldier is... something else. Something beyond.
Obviously, if you don't want to know a pretty major plot development, stop reading and definitely don't watch the video. Or if you do, watch it on mute.
Someone claiming to have seen the Captain America sequel already has just announced the film's post-credits scene. It comes from an odd source, but the description still sounds pretty plausible to me. Either way, warning: After the jump is a significant spoiler or a pack of lies.
If there was a winner for the best movie trailer that aired during last night's Super Bowl, it would be the new Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer, hands down. It was packed with new shots, new faces and new info — as you can see in our immense screencap breakdown below!
Seriously, this is the last mutant you thought they'd ever bring back. Meanwhile, Chris Evans explains what he's learned about Captain America. Check out a new piece of Star Wars: Rebels concept art. Plus, check out Hugh Jackman sporting a mullet in Neill Blompkamp's Chappie. Spoilers now!
A Captain America: Winter Soldier writer explains why Cap has no character arc of his own. The Walking Dead has a new poster. And new Dracula photos show the show getting its corpse on. Plus, new photos from Arrow and Tomorrow People. Spoilers now!
Greetings, folks! It’s your friendly neighborhood post-apocalyptic fake mailman here, and I have to tell you, my mailbag is full to bursting! It’s really heavy! It may actually get me killed, because I move really slowly while carrying it! But my imminent, easily avoidable death is worth it, as long as I get to keep…
And it is predictably, patriotically glorious. Warning: Besides NSFW language, watching this video may cause nearby eagles to cry tears of joy while passing overhead.
Captain America throws his mighty shield several times in this amazing first trailer for The Winter Soldier, but what you'll want to be on the lookout for is Cap's new foe in action, Black Widow being awesome, Robert Redford's mysterious military man, The Falcon in flight and the world's worst Helicarrier parking…
Here's our first look at Robert Redford on the set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, suited up and ready to represent S.H.I.E.L.D.