We’re going back through the wardrobe. Captain America: The First Avenger director Joe Johnston has been tapped to helm The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair, which we heard was meant reboot the franchise, seven years after the last Narnia film hit theaters. Show More Summary
Captain America: The First Avenger director Joe Johnston has signed on to direct the new Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair, which will restart the entire franchise.
Steve Rogers has betrayed everyone, but the qualities that make him a great bad guy are precisely those that make Captain America the perfect hero. The post Captain America’s Heroic Traits Also Make Him Marvel’s Perfect Villain appeared first on CBR.
Joe Johnson will direct a CHRONICLES OF NARNIA film revival.
The Chronicles of Narnia movies have been absent from the big screen for the last seven years - and with fairly good reason. While the franchise got off to an amazing start in 2005 with The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe grossing nearly $750 worldwide, each subsequent movie has...
Stretching his “dangerous fantasy world contained inside a magical wooden box” muscles yet again, Jumanji director Joe Johnston has signed on for TriStar’s upcoming Narnia movie, The Silver Chair. Johnston—whose credits also includeShow More Summary
The Captain America: The First Avenger helmer will take on the C.S. Lewis adaptation The post Joe Johnston to Direct Narnia: The Silver Chair appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
With Secret Empire in its opening salvo phase (and more coming soon), CBR takes a look at the 16 worst things Captain America has done for Hydra. The post Road To Secret Empire: The 16 Most Heinous Things Hydra Cap Has Done (So Far) appeared first on CBR.
Almost exactly 15 years ago, Marvel Comics released a comic containing one of the more alarming pages they’ve ever published. In the final act of The Ultimates No. 3, Captain America — the superhero who claims to stand for all that’s good and righteous about his country — attends a ... More »
This Captain America Mini Motion Wall Clock is all about Captain America. It features Steve Rogers in his costume, determined and ready for action. He is always ready to defend his country. It is the perfect homage to Captain America for your home or office [...]
From the American Colonies to the far-future of 2099, CBR counts down some of the strangest versions of Captain America ever published! The post Altered States: 15 Alternate Versions of Captain America appeared first on CBR.
There isn't a great deal of consistency when it comes to the titles of Marvel Studios sequels. While Captain America, Thor, and Avengers movies all come outfitted with subtitles, the same can't be said for Iron Man -- the series that kicked everything off.
Marvel Comics recently tried to claim that their sales slump was due to increase in diversity in their work, a defence that rightfully saw them dragged to hell and back by fans. It never seemed to cross their minds that...
So, you’re excited for Black Panther, and why wouldn’t you be? Marvel’s unusual new superhero movie comes out early next year and follows Captain America: Civil War scene-stealer T’Challa (played by Chadwick Boseman) as he returns to rule his home country of Wakanda. It helps that he has some formidable ... More »
The time honoured tradition of debating the outcome of a fight between two superheroes is as old as the medium itself. Undoubtedly right now somewhere someone is in the middle of a debate over who wins between two of our four colour champions and it is really all part of the fun of loving comicbooks (unless […]
Captain America's death redefined the patriotic Marvel hero, not only for comic book readers, but for the world. The post Defining Steve Rogers: The Importance of the Death of Captain America appeared first on CBR.
Comic book universes tend to go through massive reboots every few years, literally wiping out all of reality in favor of one that, say, erases post-WWII storylines that no longer make any sense, introduces a fascist Captain America,Show More Summary
So far, the one constant throughout Marvel’s Netflix shows—other than hallway fights, older black men getting killed, and a bizarre refusal to say “Captain America” out loud—has been Rosario Dawson’s Claire Temple. She’s popped up on...Show More Summary
The classic take on heroes like Iron Man and Captain America are poised to return with Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic taking the lead. The post Marvel Returns To Classic Heroes With Marvel Legacy Launch appeared first on CBR.
Writer Nick Spencer opens up on the origins of his Captain America epic while the event tie-ins prepare to bring back characters beloved and cult. The post Secret Empire Goes Global To Draw In Emma Frost, Polaris & More appeared first on CBR.