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A new interview hints that Chris Evans may be hanging up his shield after two more Marvel movies.
While we wait with bated breath for Captain America: Civil War to be released on home video in just a few short weeks, a new deleted scene, as well as a blooper reel, have made their merry way online.
After kicking his fair share of butt as Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Chris Evans is looking to shake things up by leading a new-look spin on Jekyll & Hyde.
Even the tumultuous events of Captain America: Civil War couldn't stop Steve Rogers and Tony Stark from coming to a fan in need.
With Captain America: Civil War about to explode onto movie screens across the country, Marvel held a press junket for the film recently in Los Angeles.
Ahead of the movie’s North American premiere, Marvel has released a new clip for Captain America: Civil War featuring an exciting fight scene between Black Panther and the Winter Soldier.
The man who has embodied Cap on the screen for the last half decade has some thoughts on how long he'll wield the shield.
Marvel has released an extended version of the Captain America: Civil War clip that premiered Monday night during Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Chris Evans was on hand to introduce the first clip from Captain America: Civil War during last night's MTV Movie Awards. Have a look.
A new international trailer for Marvel's third Captain America movie has unleashed some exciting new footage.
A new behind-the-scenes video for Captain America: Civil War has emerged, featuring a showdown between BFFs Cap and Bucky.
While some fear Civil War to be Avengers 2.5, Chris Evans promises the spotlight will mostly be on Captain America.
It looks like Marvel Studios is going to start Phase Three with a bang.
Captain America: Civil War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are taking on a new genre with Cap's third standalone adventure.
We already knew the film adaptation of Civil War would take some liberties with the comic canon, and now Captain America himself has helped clarify some of the finer points.