Just last week we learned that the suit that Chadwick Boseman wears as Black Panther was created entirely in post-production by visual effects. Directors Anthony & Joe Russo confirmed that the look they wanted the suit to have on camera...Show More Summary
One of Marvel’s most anticipated upcoming solo films is Black Panther. After actor Chadwick Boseman had his introductory role as the titular character in Captain America: Civil War, fans have been eagerly waiting for his solo film. With director Ryan Coogler taking the reins of the film after last year’s Rocky spinoff Creed, it looks […]
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After trying and failing to expand its Amazing Spider-Man franchise, Sony finally let the webslinger join the Marvel cinematic universe with Disney’s Captain America: Civil War. But it hasn’t given up the idea of launching a comic book superhero universe of its very own. Show More Summary
When Chadwick Boseman signed on to play T’Challa, the Black Panther, in Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War,” he knew that he was taking on a role that was not only important to fans of Marvel Comics — a longtime and popular Avenger who is one of the best fighters and tacticians in all of comics...
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We’ve talked before about how Black Panther’s outfit in Captain America: Civil War has been the only CG superhero costume to ever look good on-screen. Now a new VFX reel from Cinesite shows exactly what went into making Black Panther look so good while simultaneously looking so real. Read more...
The Civil War II tie-in gives an in-depth look at Steve Rogers' machinations. The post Captain America #5 Reveals Steve Rogers’ Civil War II Secrets appeared first on CBR.com.
Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ keeps on Ghost Riding Season 4 with a touch of both ‘Doctor Strange’ and ‘Captain America,’ but “Meet the New Boss” keep up the same fiery pace, or feel like bad ‘Supernatural? Find out in our full review of tonight’s latest ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’! Continue reading…
A Marvel Cinematic Universe movie would not be complete without a cameo from Stan Lee, and at a special screening of Captain America: Civil War in LA last weekend (via Collider), Kevin Feige revealed that the Marvel legend has already...Show More Summary
S.H.I.E.L.D. has an image problem. The division literally went down in flames during Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and everything Phil Coulson did to build it back up in the ensuing year took place in secret. But thanks to the Sokovia Accords, that’s no longer an option. Show More Summary
The good folks over at Cinema Sins have pointed out that _Captain America: Civil War _isn't so perfect at all. And they make a pretty convincing argument.
There are a lot of things that could have gone wrong with this year's Captain America: Civil War. By all accounts the film should've been overcrowded. It dealt with the issues of two main characters, and introduced two others who would play a more important role in future films, all in addition to the other eight or so heroes in supporting roles. Show More Summary
Even Marvel swings and misses sometimes. "Captain America: Civil War" was an unqualified hit, and Marvel recently hosted an Academy Screening of the film for Oscars consideration. At the event, Marvel president Kevin Feige and directors...Show More Summary
S.H.I.E.L.D. has been absent from the movie side of the MCU since Captain America: The Winter Soldier, instating maintaining a TV presence with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. However, Samuel L. Jackson believes the group will eventually return to the movies.
As much as Robert Downey Jr. clearly enjoys playing Tony Stark, there probably isn’t anybody in the Marvel Cinematic Universe who really loves their character as much as Hayley Atwell, who played Peggy Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger, starred in her own Agent Carter series on ABC, and has popped up in little cameos elsewhere in the MCU. Show More Summary
Captain America has Red Skull. Iron Man has The Mandarin. Spider-Man has The Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus. But who is Doctor Strange's signature villain? The Marvel sorcerer isn't exactly a household name, and his rogue's gallery might be even ore obscure.
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"Captain America: Steve Rogers #5 proves to be the most compelling issue of this series yet."
While certain things from the original comic book event that inspired Captain America: Civil War made it into the movie , one major piece didn’t: the comic’s infamous final twist in the battle between Tony Stark and Steve Rogers. But according to the people behind the film, it was never even considered for the movie. Read more...