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Filming is officially over for the May 6, 2016 film, while new set photos show Ant-Man and War Machine getting ready for action.
Marvel executive Louis D'Esposito has revealed via Twitter that Joe and Anthony Russo's "Captain America: Civil War" has wrapped principal photography. #CaptainAmericaCivilWar wrapped principle photography today. Congratulations to the Russo brothers and the entire cast and crew. Show More Summary
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Seeking Justice: The Leo Frank Case Revisited, an exhibition of original artifacts and photography, opens today (August 17) at the Southern Museum of Civil War and
After months of being in production, Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War is finally about ready to wrap principal photography on the epic 2016 blockbuster. The cast and crew is now in Germany getting the last materialShow More Summary
Lucasfilm announced today that their first film in the new standalone Star Wars stories series, “Rogue One,” has begun principal photography. Gareth Edwards (“Godzilla,” “Monsters”) is directing “Rogue One,” which tells the story of resistance fighters who have united to steal plans to the dreaded Death Star. Show More Summary
Principal photography has begun on Star Wars: Rogue One – the story of how the plan to steal the plans for the Death Star came to be. That’s hostiry in the Star Wars universe and history in the real world, as Rogue One is the first standalone Star Wars film. Director Gareth Edwards has assembled … Continue reading D23: Star Wars: Rogue One – History Is Being Made! ?
It’s time for war! Civil War! As in Captain America: Civil War. The next Marvel Studios film is wrapping up principal photography and is on course for its release next summer, but spoilers are starting to leak out, and that’s what might be making publicity for Marvel Studios saying “It’s time for war” this morning. […]
The Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden are presenting, at three separate venues, three exhibitions devoted to war, threat, and destruction in the medium of photography. Photographs of military force, destruction, and devastation shape our cultural memory. Show More Summary
Zap2it.com confirmed news from Marvel's Kevin Feige that the second after-credit scene is indeed a scene straight out of The Russo Bros. "Captain America: Civil War" that connects the two films. Feige explains; “That is photography from...Show More Summary
All images below by Ava Moore Photography So, there was one thing that I didn’t tell Mr. C about before the wedding. When the coordinator heard that he loved Star Wars (he told her about his socks and chose the Cantina … read more
photos by Gretchen Robinette and P Squared Photography Weird Al / Hot Chip / Flying Lotus / War on Drugs @ Governors Ball 6/7/2005 Weird Al came swinging right from the bell, brandishing his accordion and taking a polka tour...
R ows of rigidly posed, plastic-looking green figures stand at attention. Guns in tow, they’re dwarfed by the vast expanse of desert surrounding them. But these are no toy soldiers. The subjects of Simon B. Thorpe’s photographs are real...Show More Summary
Yes, that’s a Star Wars Snowtrooper making a snow angel on the cover of Figure Fantasy: The Pop Culture Photography of Daniel Picard Collector’s Edition, and that’s just one of the interesting art pieces that can be found in this hardcover book. Sideshow Collectibles has offered a wide variety of awesomeness over the years. Most […]
If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough. —Robert Capo On 25 May 1954, the distinguished war photographer Robert Capo stood on a landmine in Indochina and was instantly killed. Though a pioneer of war photography, he wasn’t the first such photographer to be killed. You may not have heard his name, but more...
Aidan Sullivan remembers his first day as director of photography at The Sunday Times very clearly. It was April 5, 1989, what would come to be known as the day of the Hillsborough disaster in Sheffield, England. @media only screen and...Show More Summary
Today’s must-reads from around the Internet. Barack Obama steps into the sneaker wars, Tina Barney’s ultra-glamorous photography, the most unique clothing from Japan and…
Yale Joel began his career as a professional photographer when he was 19 years old, he served as a combat photographer during World War II, and several years later became a member of the famous LIFE magazine photography staff. Working...Show More Summary
Excelsior! The Marvel train just keeps on rolling! Marvel announced today that they have started principal photography in Atlanta on Captain America: Civil War and with this came a couple other major announcements. One of which was the HUGE cast list for the film that has a TON of Marvel favorites returning for what might as well [...]