Chadwick Boseman is no longer the newest addition to the Marvel family - that honor now goes to Brie Larson - but he still hasn't gotten used to the glaring spotlight that comes with being in one of the largest franchises in history....Show More Summary
This Captain America Ice Cube Tray will let you make ice cubes in the shape of Captain America’s head and shield. It’s the next best thing to drinking with Steve Rogers himself. Keep that drink cool, the Marvel way. This ice cube tray makes an amazing gift for Marvel fans. And you know that nothing […]
The Captain America Pop! Party String Lights will elevate the mood of any room or outdoor area. Marvel’s First Avenger will shine through the darkness. This string of lights features 10x Pop! Vinyl stylized heads of Captain America on a white wire. Perfect for your superhero HQ. It makes an awesome gift for fans of […]
The Cast Of Black Panther Takes Over Comic-Con BLACK PANTHER IS HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yesterday, at San Diego Comic-Con, Chadwick Boseman revealed a surprise sneak peek of a bonus feature clip from the release of “Captain America: Civil War.” Director Ryan Coogler
For all the superhero-on-superhero fights we've watched this year in films like Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Captain America: Civil War, there's one comic-book title bout that still takes the cake, and that's Marvel vs. DC. In one corner, we have the seemingly bulletproof Marvel Studios putting out ... More »
In Captain America: Civil War we were introduced to a brand new character who stole the show. Black Panther's time to shine as the star is getting closer and after we had already thought the cast was as star studded as it could be now they've added yet another major name.
Spider-Man made his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in May’s Captain America Civil War but at Comic-Con, we finally got our first glimpse at his solo movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming—and a look at the movie’s villain, the Vulture (as seen in this keen concept art). Read more...
After a stunning debut in Captain America: Civil War, a lot of people are very excited to see what’s next for Black Panther when he appears in his own solo movie in just another year and a half. Tonight at San Diego Comic Con, Black Panther director Ryan Coogler revealed that the main cast for […]
Since Black Panther made his debut in Captain America: Civil War, we've heard a lot of talk about potential cast mates joining him for his solo venture
Captain America: Civil War was all about the showdown between two of Marvel Studios’ flagship heroes, Captain America and Iron Man. But a newcomer very nearly stole the show from right under them. Chadwick Boseman made a huge splash in his first appearance as T’Challa a.k.a. Show More Summary
Today at San Diego Comic-Con, Chadwick Boseman (T’Challa/Black Panther from CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR) unveiled a sneak peek of a bonus feature clip from the in-home release of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR. This is the first piece of bonus material to ever be revealed from this year’s biggest blockbuster. Show More Summary
Chadwick Boseman, Kevin Feige, and others talk about the casting and debut of the Black Panther.
Joe and Anthony Russo's superhero blockbuster Captain America: Civil War had a ton of characters on opposite sides of a growing conflict. But it could have had more.
As it turns out, there was something that Kevin Feige really wanted to see in Captain America: Civil War, and it fell in the laps of Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely to make it happen, as well.
Some view it as the greatest fight sequence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Team Cap, trying to reach a Quinjet, confronts Team Iron Man on the tarmac of a major airport in Germany. Only, the scene almost wasn't set in an airport.
Captain America never goes into battle without his shield. He’ll throw, hurl, and pitch it against formidable enemies, but somehow the shield seems to always returns to the hero’s side. Is it just Marvel magic, or is it clever physics? Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Vishavjit Singh of NYC, wearing a Captain America outfit, demonstrates with security personnel behind him. (Photo: Khue Bui for Yahoo News)
Since his creation in 1941 by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon, Captain America has gone through numerous evolutions,(the current MCU version is from Brooklyn, the comic version was from Manhattan, but I’ll go with it) but always remains as one of the world’s most influential and inspiring Super Heroes. Show More Summary
Glendale, Calif. – Since his creation in 1941 by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon, Captain America has gone through numerous evolutions, but always remains as one of the world’s most influential and inspiring Super Heroes. Kicking off a new phase of the year-long celebration of 75 years of Captain America, Marvel Disney Consumer Products and Interactive […]
Joe and Anthony Russo are slowly turning into the kings of comic books in Hollywood; not only have they directed two smash-hit Captain America movies, they're slated to direct the next two Avengers films and are attached to produce a film based on Kyle Starks' Sexcastle. Show More Summary