She's back! Scarlett Johansson has returned for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and we have photos of her on set.
With one year to go until its release, the Captain America sequel kicked off shooting this week.
Check out the First Avenger in this slick and steamy Gucci Guilty Black commercial shot by the crazy comics genius.
In between stints kicking evil ass as Captain America, Chris Evans has been working on a new high-concept sci-fi flick —and we finally have our first official look at the post-apocalyptic Snowpiercer.
Filming for the Captain America sequel, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, will be getting underway next March, but our Super Soldier himself, actor Chris Evans, is really, absolutely, NOT looking forward to it. In fact, he's dreading it. Question is: why?
A while back, director Joss Whedon admitted that he had 'too many goddamn characters' to deal with in The Avengers. So how did Whedon approach one of the most eagerly anticipated films of 2012? By grounding the film's main perspective from good ol' Captain America's POV.
Joss Whedon's The Avengers is shaping up to be among the biggest sci-fi blockbuster releases ever, and according to star Chris Evans, Captain America fans had better savor it ... because it might be the last we see of The First Avenger until 2014.
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.
Chris Evans gets somber, reflective and covered in debris for the first poster for Marvel's World War II action flick. But is this the right tone to set for the star-spangled hero?
While we're all waiting on the edge of our seats for the first Captain America: The First Avenger trailer to blaze across our TV screens this Superbowl Sunday, a few new images from the highly anticipated Marvel film have emerged online and they include the first clear (and one much less clear) look at his sidekick, James "Bucky" Barnes.