Chris Evans has downplayed the chances of him ever returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Captain America.
Marvel's Visual Effects Producer Jen Underdahl reveals exactly how old Steve Rogers was at the end of Avengers: Endgame.
The Russo brothers have revealed that they will soon reveal that one of the current Marvel characters is secretly gay.
The 'I, Tonya' Oscar winner was in the audience during Monday's premiere to cheer on the former figure skater.
When speaking to Collider, he gave an interesting response when asked about whether a ‘Captain America’ movie can exist without Steve Rogers. “It’s a good question and if we look back at the comic books as our inspiration and as the well from which this all springs, then the answer is “no,” Feige said.
To celebrate the 75th birthday of the original Captain America Steve Rogers, his native home town of Brooklyn (in the real world) is erecting a 13-foot statue of the Marvel superhero. Cast in bronze, the statue will make its public debut at San Diego Comic Con later this month (20-24 July) before heading to its new home for a special ceremony on 10 August. A sketch of the statue published by USA Today reveals Cap standing with his iconic shield held high, above a plaque adorned with a quote from 2011 movie ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’.
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.
Chris Evans has opened up about why at first he turned down the chance to play ‘Captain America’ in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Evans revealed it was partly to do with the “little bit of social anxiety” he suffers in the movie industry.