Anthony Mackie is back on the wing, with filming resuming for the forthcoming Marvel/Disney+ series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson are among the A-list names who star in the sprawling new Netflix thriller.
Sebastian Stan explains why Captain America gave his shield to Falcon and not Bucky Barnes, before teasing the Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
Sebastian Stan has given a very little update on Avengers 5 that suggests we might be waiting a very long time for it.
Concerns over the spread of coronavirus have halted filming of the new Marvel series Falcon And The Winter Soldier.
Sebastian Stan is not playing when it comes to protecting himself from the coronavirus.
Just a month before he died, Peter Fonda attended a screening of what would be his final film that opens this weekend, “The Last Full Measure.” When director Todd Robinson saw Fonda at the screening, he sensed something about the legendary actor was off.Fonda plays a Vietnam war vet in “The Last Full Measure,” and last summer Robinson hosted a screening for the cast, crew and some of the real life subjects on whom the film is based. When Robinson tried to speak with Fonda at the event though, he got only a feeble wave in return and noticed Fonda had tears in his eyes.“I said let’s get together and have lunch, and he just kind of waved. He turned and waved, and some people that I knew ended up in the elevator, I think he and his wife were there, said that he was just sobbing all the way down the garage,” Robinson told TheWrap. “And that’s the last time I saw him. But of course I had no idea what might be blended in with those emotions, if he knew if this might be his last film or not.”Also Read: Peter Fonda, Two-Time Oscar Nominee and Star of 'Easy Rider,' Dies at 79“The Last Full Measure” is the true story of how a Pentagon staffer spent years working to bestow the Medal of Honor on Vietnam War pararescueman William “Pits” Pitsenbarger 30 years after his death in the war. And it’s fitting that Fonda’s final film role is a movie about legacy and honoring the memory of those we’ve lost, even long after they’re gone.Fonda, who died last August at 79, gives an intense, yet vulnerable performance in a small role as a former soldier rescued by Pits who is “tougher than a 2 dollar steak” and is suffering from so many war-related traumas that he can only sleep during the daytime. In one scene with the film’s star Sebastian Stan, Fonda found a visceral way to illustrate his character’s PTSD brought about after killing men in Vietnam.“I felt really bad for about 12 hours, and then I didn’t feel bad about anything,” Fonda says as he picks up a rabbit he’s caught and snaps its neck.Also Read: Hollywood Remembers Peter Fonda: “Raise a Glass to Freedom”Robinson is quick to point out that no animals were harmed in the making of his film, but that it was Fonda’s idea to attempt that hard-to-watch moment, and he admired the many ideas and friendly demeanor Fonda brought to set.“I’m always pinching myself a little bit wondering how I got in this place in time with this person, because it’s such a privilege to borrow their talents for my own palette of colors that I’m putting out into the story,” Robinson said. “It never occurred to me as I watching Peter do that these would be the last frames of his life. It kind of made me think about that and wish I’d been able to spend more time with him. He was just full of stories and wisdom from a lifetime of intense experiences.”Robinson shot the film in 2017, part of a long, 20-year journey in which “The Last Full Measure” was kicked into turnaround and cycled through a cavalcade of stars. The final film boasts an impressive cast worthy of a miniature Marvel movie, including Sebastian Stan, Samuel L. Jackson, William Hurt, Christopher Plummer, Ed Harris, Bradley Whitford, Amy Madigan and of course, Fonda. And more than just a war movie, Robinson tells a story of sacrifice over self-interest, blending combat footage with scenes of these hardened war vets sharing their stories, much of it testimony that Robinson compiled from his own interviews with the real subjects and put directly into the script.Also Read: James Dean to Be Digitally Reanimated in CGI for Vietnam War Movie 'Finding Jack'“It’s about service greater than self in a world where PTS is a scourge and a plague. The secret tonic is doing something for other people. It gives you purpose and it will heal you,” Robinson said. “Any random act of kindness is like the proverbial pebble in the pond, and those concentric circles just go out and out and you never know how far they’re going to reach. Had Pitsenbarger been given the Medal in 1966, we wouldn’t be having this conversation. It’s only through the prism of time that we understand the meaning of sacrifice.”Fonda also told Robinson about his own PTS and related deeply to his character. So he was heartbroken when Robinson learned from Fonda’s publicist that he had died and that “The Last Full Measure” would be Fonda’s last movie.“I was just sitting there with these thoughts, and just the idea that somehow I ended up being the last guy to capture a performance of his suddenly weighed heavily on me,” Robinson said. “I just really hoped as a director and writer I had done right by him.”Read original story Peter Fonda Got Emotional Seeing His Final Film ‘The Last Full Measure’ A Month Before He Died At TheWrap
Like the Marvel Comics, the movies have a penchant for pop culture references which is causing quite the paradoxes to form.
It appears that not only does Gwyneth Paltrow not realise she's been in Spider-Man: Homecoming, she's still not sure who Avengers: Endgame co-star Sebastian Stan is.
Stan was asked about Hiddleston’s brief 2016 romance with Swift on Thursday’s ‘WWHL.’
Avengers: Infinity War is the pinnacle of blockbuster entertainment, a film any actor would be proud to have on their CV.Which is good, as the Infinity War cast have got plenty to be embarrassed about.We’ve picked the worst, weirdest or most dull roles from the careers of Earth’s mightiest heroes.Read moreEverything you need to know about Captain MarvelFirst look at Larson as Captain MarvelConcept art reveals Captain Marvel
For a film that’s been set up by a whopping 18 preceding films, “Avengers: Infinity War” does a magnificent job of pulling together all the previous setups into one unified whole. The nineteenth entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – with a currently untitled sequel coming to cinemas next year – sees the various superheroes struggling to prevent a powerful alien villain, Thanos, from acquiring the power to commit universal genocide. The film’s sprawling cast necessitates that they be split into smaller, more manageable groups, so as to have any sort of meaningful interaction between characters.
While we understand that Hollywood likes to cast by type, sometimes we wonder if they haven’t also got some sort of weird cloning machine to keep their audition call lists updated.It’s the only way to explain how similar this lot all look. Honestly, we’re a bit freaked out.Read more11 Oscar-winning actors and their little-known siblingsElizabeth Olsen turns heads at Avengers fan eventZoe Saldana criticises ‘elitist’ actors who look down on Marvel movies
Sebastian Stan got the surprise of a lifetime when a fan turned a photo-op into a wedding proposal!
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.
Have we finally lost our minds, or is this just two pictures of the same Mark Hamill? The guy on the left is Mark Hamill, the guy on the right is ‘Captain America’ star Sebastian Stan’s face morphed onto a shot of the young Hamill from 'The Empire Strikes Back’. Stan’s likeness to the young Luke Skywalker has been noted in the past, many comparing mugs of the two on Twitter.
The stars were out in force for the UK premiere of ‘Captain America: Civil War’, in cinemas Friday, but it was Elizabeth Olsen who stole the show with her plunging neckline that seemed to catch the attention of Cap himself.
Here’s an exclusive peek at an early scene from Ridley Scott’s forthcoming space drama The Martian revealing the moment when it all goes terribly awry for astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) on the red planet.