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Mackie - who has previously starred in 8 Mile and The Hurt Locker - shared with Entertainment Weekly that it has been a thrill to play a superhero.
"Trust me, it's a lot of fun to be a superhero," he joked, adding: "All of it, everything that's come together, it feels like a special moment."
The actor went on to stress that he has been very pleased by the reaction to his casting as the Falcon, who made his first appearance in Marvel Comics in 1969.
"[Captain America: The Winter Solider is] a cool story and brings in some amazing characters and the Falcon is one of the things that fans are already excited about, »
Anthony Mackie has talked about playing The Falcon a few times already in Captain America: The Winter Solider, and he's back with some more information! While talking with EW, Mackie says that he plays "an integral role" in the movie and discusses what it's like working on the film saying,
"It’s a cool story and brings in some amazing characters and the Falcon is one of the things that fans are already excited about. It’s a movie that has kind of turned into a bigger-than-life opportunity for me. I’ve had these little milestones along the way and now to play a superhero and to work with people like Robert Redford, Sam Jackson, and Chris? It’s just turned into this amazing moment."
He went on to talk about his character explaining that he's "a really smart guy who went through major military training and becomes a tactical leader, »
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When Captain America: The Winter Soldier hits screens next April, fans will be introduced to The Falcon, played by Anthony Mackie, a character that is one of the first African-American superheroes in comic book history. The actor revealed how this role is a chance of a lifetime for him, working alongside actors such as Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Redford.
"It's a cool story and brings in some amazing characters and the Falcon is one of the things that fans are already excited about. It's a movie that has kind of turned into a bigger-than-life opportunity for me. I've had these little milestones along the way and now to play a superhero and to work with people like Robert Redford, Samuel L. Jackson, and Chris? It's just turned into this amazing moment."
When asked about The Falcon's background, the actor revealed that he has trained extensively to become a military leader. »
Anthony Mackie playing Sam Wilson Aka the Falcon in Captain America: The Winter Soldier is one of the big reasons why I’m so excited for the Anthony and Joe Russo helmed sequel. The up and coming star and acting stud got to talking about his role, his responsibility in portraying the man, and the movie.
The overall movie experience:
“It’s a cool story and brings in some amazing characters and the Falcon is one of the things that fans are already excited about…It’s a movie that has kind of turned into a bigger-than-life opportunity for me. I’ve had these little milestones along the way and now to play a superhero and to work with people like Robert Redford, Sam Jackson, and Chris? It’s just turned into this amazing moment.”
He describes Sam Wilson as “a really smart guy who went through major military training and becomes a tactical leader, »
- Andy Greene
And in part one of my recap yesterday, I looked ahead to Once Upon a Time Season 3 with the executives, who teased a jump to Neverland, a possible Captain Swan hookup and a lot more.
Today, we look into Horowitz and Kitsis' ambitious plans to spinoff their successful ABC hit, as Once Upon a Time in Wonderland will air Thursday night this fall on the network. What can fans expect?
Horowitz said the writers knew “there is so much we want to do with [Alice]” when they introduced Wonderland on Season 1 - and they didn’t want it all to take place during a single hour. Hence the new series starring actress Sophie Lowe, who was born in the UK but spent time growing up in Australia.
Kitsis added that the Wonderland series is »
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Anthony Mackie has covered a lot of ground during a 12-year Hollywood adventure, but now he’s ready for a new type of stardom — one that comes with an aerial view.
“Trust me, it’s a lot of fun to be a superhero,” the New Orleans native said of his ongoing work on Captain America: The Winter Soldier and his role as the high-flying Falcon. “All of it, everything that’s come together, it feels like a special moment.”
- Geoff Boucher
The Iceman ended a year long release process from its initial festival run to it getting released here in the UK to generally positive reviews. We recently had a chance to catch up with director Ariel Vromen to discuss the film’s journey as well what is in store for himself now that his six year long process of getting The Iceman made is finally over.
The idea of making The Iceman was planted in Ariel Vromen’s head after seeing a documentary about Richard Kuklinski.’ I saw a human being that was torturing himself for having such an ability and such a lack of emotion, doing such gruesome murders and being such a good soldier in a way, and then at the same time speaking of such security and love and building such a world of fantasy about his family, something he was lacking as a child and being such emotional about it, »
- Esben Evans
After several days of several action scenes on and around Cleveland's West Shoreway highway, filming for Captain America: The Winter Soldier continued Monday in Tremont, one of the city's historic neighborhoods. With more sightings of Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie & Scarlett Johansson, set photos (courtesy of Monica, Lisa DeJong & Clint O'Connor) reveal scenes were shot in and around "Sam Wilson's apartment," and at a Pilgrim Congregational Church. Check them out below! Hit Images Below To Enlarge Via Joe and Est Quod Est, the photos below are from Friday's shoot. While Chris Evans and his stunt double were seen shooting a scene involving Steve Rogers riding a Harley on open road, and sporting his new uniform, a model of a fighter jet was apparently held against »
Warning: Spoilers Galore.
By not simply rolling to "The End," "They all lived happily ever after," etc. after Frodo made a three-pointer chucking The One Ring into Mount Doom, Peter Jackson set a pretty bad precedent in "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King." Every time it seemed like all was well and we were fading to credits, another five-minute scene would roll in. Toss in a few Oscars and you've got a bunch of blockbuster directors wanting to add 20 endings to their genre films, too.
With "Man of Steel" currently keeping people from validating their parking for way longer than they should, let's take a look at five recent flicks that just kept going and going and going ...
'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' (2011)
- Max Evry
Potential Spoilers Below It’s always so enlightening when I do a post on what other movie studios are doing with their comic book characters and then I end up doing another post on what Marvel is doing with their comic book characters, and realize just how different the approaches are. In particular, I’m struck by just how right Marvel handles their characters, and just how haphazardly other studios handle theirs. It’s such a huge gap. But this is a Marvel post, and in the Marvel universe, Captain America has gotten himself a swanky new uniform in Joe and Anthony Russo’s upcoming sequel. As previously reported, this is what Captain America will be wearing as he goes to work for Shield in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”. More pics over at Cleveland.com/John Kuntz: “The Winter Soldier” finds Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) struggling to embrace »
Whedon delivered the news in a podcast interview with Empire;
“Everyone is going to be looking for the Loki-Hulk smash moment and you’ll be looking for [a quim moment]. First of all, imitating what I did before is the surest way to do it not as well. Second of all, Loki’s not there to say those terrible things. Although I do think we should bring the word back, not as an insult, it’s just a nice word.”
The decision not to use Loki in the next ensemble film makes perfect sense. Not only does this mean a new master villain will be used but likely a different kind of threat to the world. If Marvel had gone back to Loki in The Avengers 2, »
- Matt Robinson
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is currently in its fifth week of filming in Cleveland, Ohio, and though many of the set photos coming out of the area are quite spoilery in nature, these latest ones might be of interest to all parties. Cleveland.com has a few photos from the set of Chris Evans' stunt double in the new Captain America suit, riding a motorcycle. You can see all of those images by clicking here or on the image below! The sequel picks up where Marvel's The Avengers left off, as Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and teams up with Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, to battle a powerful yet shadowy enemy in present-day Washington, D.C. The April 4, 2014 release stars Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. »
Our weekly round up of all the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Man of Steel, Justice League, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers 2, The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Kick-Ass 2, Arrow, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man, Teen Titans Go! and more...
And so, after an absence of seven years, Superman returned to the big screen yesterday with the release of Zack Snyder's hotly-anticipated reboot Man of Steel, and despite a 57% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the Henry Cavill-headlined superhero epic is soaring at the box office. Man of Steel pulled in a mighty $21 million in the States on Thursday night (more than the midnight openings for The Avengers and The Dark Knight) and an estimated $45 million by close of play on Friday, »
- Flickering Myth
The Avengers 2 writer-director Joss Whedon revealed over the weekend that Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston in Thor and Marvel's The Avengers, will not be featured in the upcoming Marvel Phase Two sequel.
"Immitating what I did before is the surest way to do it not as well. Second of all, and Loki is not there to say those terrible things."
Tom Hiddleston does return in Thor: The Dark World, debuting in theaters this fall, but it isn't known why the villain does not make an appearance in The Avengers 2. The filmmaker also confirmed a story from April that he has finished the first draft of the sequel, and that the rest of the Marvel's The Avengers cast is returning.
"I've turned in a first draft, but the story is very set. Everybody's very much on board with the exact movie I'm trying to make which is what worked the first time. »
Check out this fantastic portrait of Chris Evans as Captain America in The Avengers. The photo was taken by Marco Gorb, and features a different helmet than what we saw in the movie. This helmet is more textured, and his ears are exposed. I actually like this helmet design more. I'm not sure why Marvel didn't roll with it.
Source: Cbm (http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/MarvelFreshman/news/?a=81641) »
- Joey Paur
Description: The film is set in a future where, after a failed experiment to stop global warming, an ice age has killed off nearly all life on the planet. The only survivors are the inhabitants of the ‘Snowpiercer’, a massive train that travels around the planet and is powered by a perpetual-motion engine. Over time a class system evolves on the train, with the elites inhabiting the ‘front’ of the train and poor inhabiting the ‘back’ of the train. Tired of the poor conditions suffered by riders in the ‘back’, a revolution occurs with the riders attempting to seize control of the engine which the elites in the ‘front’ consider ‘sacred’.
Director: Bong Joon-ho
Release Date: Summer 2013
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- Matt Joseph
The apocalypse has never looked apocalypse-ier. Check out a better quality version of the trailer for Bong Joon-ho’s “Snowpiercer”. This is the officially released trailer, so the quality is much, much better. You can practically taste the snow and the inequality. Snowpiercer is set in a future where, after a failed experiment to stop global warming, an Ice Age kills off all life on the planet except for the inhabitants of the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe and is powered by a sacred perpetual-motion engine. A class system evolves on the train but a revolution brews. “Snowpiercer” stars Chris Evans, Jamie Bell, Alison Pill, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt, Ed Harris, Octavia Spencer, Luke Pasqualino, Ewen Bremner, Kang-ho Song, and Kenny Doughty. Coming to you sometime in 2013. »
Michelle Monaghan will soon be a mother of two!
The couple welcomed their first child, daughter Willow Katherine, in Los Angeles in November 2008.
Photos: Celebrity Baby Bumps
Michelle and Peter, a graphic designer, married in August 2005.
They began dating after meeting in a New York City bar.
Photos: Hollywood Moms & Their Little Ones
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Yesterday's filming of Captain America: The Winter Soldier finally showed off Cap's new uniform. But the somewhat bigger reveal was Cap's new helmet, which appears to finally expose his ears; making the Marvel sequel the first to have the helmet design long-coveted by fans become more than just promo artwork. However, Award-winning photographer Marco Grob has shared his stylized portrait of Chris Evans' Captain America, capturing the point in time when the exposed-ears design was set for The Avengers. Check it out below and his other unseen portraits of The Avengers here! Hit Image To Enlarge (1243 x 1000) (Special thanks to @tvchiquita for spotting the portrait) “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” picks up where “Marvel’s The Avengers” left off, as Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and teams up with Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, to battle a powerful yet shadowy enemy in present-day Washington, »
Over the past week or so we've seen a tonne of spy photos from the Cleveland set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), Natasha Romanov (Scarlett Johansson) and Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) battle the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), and now a new batch of images have arrived online from yesterday's filming giving us a look at Falcon taking to the skies (sans wings, which will presumably be added in post-production). Check them out courtesy of ComicBookMovie...
Okay, so maybe "flailing through the air" would be a more appropriate description, but of course we'll have to reserve judgement until we see the finished article. Anyway, here's a few more images, this time showing Cap deflecting a few rounds from the Winter Soldier's men, along with an exploding bus...
- Flickering Myth
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