Captain America struggles to keep "The Mighty Pretenders" together as a team! Marvel Comics' The Avengers #4.1 by Mark Waid & Barry Kitson. The post The Avengers #4.1 appeared first on CBR.com.
While the narrative of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe is one that’s relatively straightforward, it’s also a film franchise that’s filled to the brim with flashbacks and dream sequences. Even Captain America: The First Avenger almost serves as one gigantic flashback — one that serves as the bed and foundation on which much of the MCU. Show More Summary
The first Avenger and the smallest Avenger join forces on the Captain America & Ant-Man Statue. The patriotic shield-slinger stands 16.30-inches tall on a diorama base, with an approximately 2-inch-tall Ant-Man providing back-up. The...Show More Summary
The first Avenger returns to a classic look with the Avengers Assemble Captain America Statue. Before the Marvel cinematic universe had everyone picturing Chris Evans as Captain America, the red, white, and blue hero wore a costume that included blue scale armor and little white wings on his mask. That classic look is brought back […]
New Marvel videos welcome you into the homes of Ms. Marvel, Captain America, Iron Man and Thor. The post Marvel Fireplace Videos Invite You Into The Avengers’ Cozy Homes appeared first on CBR.com.
Doctor Strange has just broken Marvel’s box office record, having earned a staggering $616 million worldwide (according to Box Office Mojo). It has topped The Incredible Hulk, Captain America: The First Avenger, and Thor, and is now Marvel Cinematic Universe’s highest grossing solo intro film since Iron Man. This is particularly impressive for a film whose […]
Keep your cookies in patriotic superhero style! This Captain America Molded Cookie Jar has been designed to be reminiscent of Marvel’s First Avenger. Featuring the pattern of Cap’s outfit and complete with his large and iconic “A,” his...Show More Summary
A sinister tale of haunting and murder starring Neal McDonough (Captain America: The First Avenger, “Suits”) and Jodelle Ferland (The Cabin in the Woods, “Dark Matter”), The Unspoken shocks on DVD December 6 from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Show More Summary
After just three weeks of global release, the Marvel Studios film has already bested "The Incredible Hulk," "Captain America: The First Avenger" and "Thor." The post Doctor Strange Soars Past $490 Million Worldwide appeared first on CBR.com.
Like Iron Man, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger and Ant-Man before it, Scott Derrickson's Doctor Strange is another "origin story" chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The hotly anticipated Jurassic World sequel has added stars from Captain America: The First Avenger and Prometheus to its cast that already includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and plenty others. The post Jurassic World 2 Adds Captain America, Prometheus Alums appeared first on CBR.com.
Captain America! Thor! The Vision! The Wasp! Spider-Man! Hercules! Marvel Comics' The Avengers #1 by Mark Waid and Mike del Mundo. The post The Avengers #1 appeared first on CBR.com.
Avengers 3: Infinity War is expected to draw a lot of tears from Marvel fans as surprises are anticipated from the third installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe film. The first to draw tears will be Spiderman’s fans. “It’s all up in the air. Show More Summary
Hayley Atwell first stepped into the shoes of Agent Carter in the Captain America: The First Avenger movie.
In Avengers #1.1, by Mark Waid and Barry Kitson, a new team of Avengers must figure out how to live up to their predecessors. But this is a flashback story, and the mostly green new team consists of Captain America, Hawkeye, the Scarlet Witch, and Quicksilver. Continue reading…
Between Iron Man, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger and Ant-Man, the Marvel Studios filmography is packed with superhero origin stories... but the company's upcoming slate is filled with much fewer of them.
Directors Joe and Anthony Russo and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige explain why none of Earth's Mightiest Heroes were lost in the sequel. The post Why No Avengers Died in Captain America: Civil War appeared first on CBR.com.
Hugo Weaving was a great Nazi in Captain America: The First Avenger, playing Cap’s nemesis, Red Skull. And given that it was a comic book movie, meaning time and space are fluid—and given that any non-Loki villain has failed to really capture people’s attention—it’s natural to want Weaving back. Show More Summary
Marvel isn't really known for bringing amazing villains to the big screen. The studio has taken a hero-centric approach with their films, and as such, they have a long list of forgettable baddies just about as long as their list of movies. Show More Summary
Show your love for the first Avenger with the Captain America Pin Dot Men’s Button Down Shirt because you don’t want to get too loud about your devotion to the shield-slinger after all that Civil War stuff. A quick glance might impress your friends, thrilled that you’re finally leaving the comic book t-shirts behind, but […]