After the success of The First Avenger, Captain America is surely going to go solo again for a sequel once he appears in The Avengers, but—with what kind of story? And which villain will he have to face this time?
Lou Ferrigno—who portrayed TV's non-CGI version of the Hulk—got to cameo in the 2003 Hulk movie. Sure, he was only a security guard, but still ... Marvel showed him some respect. Now another TV hero is pissed because he didn't get the same treatment.
It's hammer (and shield) time on the Avengers set. Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Chris Evans (Captain America) recently shot a scene where they...
We just loved Captain America: The First Avenger and thought Chris Evans did a pretty decent job in portraying one of America's most beloved comic-book heroes. So today, we're bringing you some pretty cool new set pics from the filming of The Avengers movie and they're all about ... Captain America.
If you've ever gone to or worked in a brick and mortar comic book shop, you've probably had that classic "Are my old comics worth anything?" conversation. The answer, almost without exception, is an emphatic "No." If you happen to have a copy of Captain America #1, however, well ... that's a little different.
We comic book fans can be hard to please. When it comes to adapting our favorite characters to the big screen, we're picky. And some of us are sometimes obnoxiously so. It's rare that any actor can escape the wrath of fan criticism—and Laurence Fishburne is but the latest example of that.
We never get to see the difficulties of the day-to-day activities for those endowed with superpowers. For instance, we don't learn how Magneto probably gets a violent shock every time he washes his hands, or how Poison Ivy has to stay constantly hopped-up on allergy medication.
It seems amazing that it's been 70 years since Captain America first appeared in comics, but what's even more amazing is that Joe Simon, who along with Jack Kirby created that hero, is still around at age 97—and he's just published an autobiography letting us know how that hero came to be, and a whole lot more!
Marvel has released three new TV spots for Captain America and they're FILLED with new footage. One of them even includes a face off between Cap and the Red Skull! The promos really play up Steve Rogers' (Chris Evans) All-American persona, plus his can't stop, won't stop attitude. Seriously, the guy doesn't know when to quit.
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