From comic book movies to sci-fi, fantasy to horror, there are countless examples of unrealistic scientific reasoning being used in movies.
Black Panther, Marvel’s newest superhero, made his debut in ‘Captain America: Civil War’ (out now on DVD and Blu-Ray) and Chadwick Boseman - the actor who’ll also play him in his own 2018 standalone film - admits it was “a pretty good way to be introduced.”
Extremely unlikely to have hidden at the back of the class for much longer, the folks behind Honest Trailers have taken aim at the box office-busting ‘Captain America: Civil War’.
During an interview with ABC News, actor Frank Grillo teased that we may see more of Crossbones… despite his apparent death in the recent ‘Captain America’ sequel. Of course, Frank Grillo first appeared in ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ as Brock Rumlow… a Hydra agent who would later become known as Crossbones.
The latest ‘Captain America’ comic book series has made one of the most controversial decisions in the medium’s history, as they’ve revealed that Steve Rogers is and always has been an undercover agent for Hydra. The first issue of ‘Captain America: Steve Rogers’ was released this week, and it’s already proving to be hugely divisive. Because while it returns to the 1940s and we get to see Steve Rogers as a youngster once again, it turns one of Marvel’s most iconic superheroes into a villain.
Currently, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is absolutely destroying the DC Extended Universe when it comes to critical acclaim and box office rewards. Despite being 13 films deep the MCU continues to enthral audiences, while, with ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’, the DCU has already stumbled just two films into its universe. Because of their current dominance, ‘Captain America: Civil War’s’ actors have been rather lenient with their abuse towards the ‘Man Of Steel’ sequel.
‘Captain America: Civil War’ included pretty much all of our favourite Marvel superheroes, while at the same time introducing us to some brand new ones who we’ve instantly fallen in love with, too. Markus admitted that Nick Fury’s previous work with the government as the former director of S.H.I.E.L.D. also meant that his viewpoint would have only convoluted the already packed ‘Civil War’.
‘’Captain America: Civil War is now upon us, and moviegoers have been flocking to see it, with one of the main appeals being the debut of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Both Spider-Man and Daredevil are based in New York, so it would have been very easy for Iron Man to swing by and pick up Matt Murdock instead.
In news that will surprise nobody, ‘Captain America: Civil War’ has opened up to a huge box office amount in the U.S. after finally hitting cinemas there on Friday. ‘Civil War’ was released internationally on April 29, but audiences across the pond had to wait an excruciating week to finally see Iron Man and Captain America fall out in spectacular fashion. According to The Hollywood Reporter they flocked to do just that, as ‘Captain America: Civil War’ has already grossed $181.
When Kevin Smith talks about superhero films, comic book fans listen. Kevin Smith made this revelation on his Fat Man On Batman podcast, during which his discussed ‘Captain America: Civil War’ with his co-host Marc Bernardin.
Marvel’s head-honcho Kevin Feige has confirmed that the studio will have creative control over ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ rather than Sony. Comic book fans were ecstatic when it was announced that a brand new incarnation of Peter Parker would debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, after the two studios were able to work out an agreement. At first it was believed that Sony Pictures would remain in creative control of the film.
In town ahead of the premiere of ‘Captain America: Civil War’, the Marvel star spent the afternoon with kids and their families, handing out some goodies too. Lee Miller, father of seven-year-old Ethan Miller, who suffers the rare blood disease ITP, said: “Ethan has been in and out of hospital a lot in the past three years. Ethan got to pose with Downey Jr outside the hospital’s chapel, which is obviously pretty cool.
Captain America (Chris Evans) leads Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), and Falcon (Anthony Mackie) into battle in “Captain America: Civil War.” (Walt Disney Pictures)
The new worldwide trailer for the upcoming ‘Captain America’ sequel has debuted online. ‘Captain America: Civil War’ sees Marvel’s mightiest heroes divided, as a result of proposals to enforce superhero registration. Unfortunately, Black Widow and Hawkeye find themselves on opposite sides.
Both Disney and Marvel Studios have vowed to stop filming in Georgia if a religious liberty bill that is currently before Governor Nathan Deal is signed into action. Both studios have shot extensively in the state of Georgia in recent years, with ‘Captain America: Civil War’s’ filming taking place there last summer, while ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2′ is currently in production at Pinewood Studios, just outside Atlanta, too. The studio decided to shoot in these locations because of the tax incentives that the state of Georgia offer to production companies.
During an interview with Comicbook.com, ‘Daredevil’ star Charlie Cox explained why he thinks Matt Murdock would fit in well with The Avengers on the big screen. “Some people have said that they wonder about, based on the tone of the show, how Matt would fit in with the Avengers,“ he said. “I was reading Civil War the other day, and Matt Murdock… is kind of an ass.
During an interview with Forbes, ‘Captain America: Civil War’ directors Joe and Anthony Russo confirmed that the film will be getting a post-credits scene… as if we had any doubts. “We can’t say who is going to be in it but we can say that there certainly could be one, or two, maybe three,” said Joe Russo. Of course, that’s not exactly mind-blowing news – after all, every film in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe has included at least one post-credits scene.
It’s no secret that Spider-Man will appear in ‘Captain America: Civil War’. “The design of the costume is what it is,” explained Joe Russo in an interview with Forbes. The new Spider-Man costume has certainly proved to be a mixed bag.