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Captain America: Civil War was one of the bigger news items to come out of Marvel.s massive announcement of the Phase Three slate. Not only will it introduce Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther to the cinematic universe, it will also pit Chris Evans. Captain America against Robert Downey Jr..s Iron Man. But, as one of Marvel.s screenwriters reminded us recently, we.ll see the first seeds of discord planted in The Avengers: Age of Ultron in May. Collider recently spoke with Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, the writing duo who.ve been working on a number of Marvel projects. In addition to writing the first two Captain America movies and the Agent Carter series, they have returned to pen Civil War. However, as McFeely revealed, they did not have any involvement in that scene we saw from Age of Ultron that sets up tension between the star-spangled »
Marvel's Agent Carter went on a brief one-week break last week, but the show returns with the all new episode "The Blitzkrieg Button" on Tuesday, January 27 at 8 Pm Et. Marvel has released the first clip, which shows Jarvis (James D'Arcy) trying to negotiate a deal with a couple of thugs, although his bizarre choice of currency ($1,000 bills) leaves these criminals wanting more. Fortunately for Jarvis, Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) uses her covert skills to take out a group of gun-toting underlings standing guard while the deal goes down, arriving just in time to save Jarvis.
Peggy may be in more trouble than usual when fugitive Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper) suddenly returns for mysterious reasons. And Chief Dooley (Shea Whigham) chases a new clue all the way to Europe that threatens to destroy Peggy's future at the Ssr. The series also stars Chad Michael Murray as Ssr Agent Jack Thompson and »
MovieCastingCall.org has put out a new casting call for Marvel's highly-anticipated Phase Three sequel Captain America: Civil War, which not only reveals that production will begin this April in Atlanta, Georgia, but seemingly confirms the villainous identity of Daniel Brühl's character, after he signed on to star in November. While it has always been suspected that Daniel Brühl is playing the villain, this casting call claims to reveal that the actor is playing Baron Zemo, a nefarious Hydra villain from the Civil War comics. In addition, the casting notice also has the first synopsis for Captain America: Civil War, which reads as follows.
"In Captain America: Civil War, billionaire Tony Stark is pitted against Captain America aka Steve Rogers in an ethical face-off over the U.S government's Superhuman Registration Act, which requires all super powered individuals to register their powers and report to S.H.I. »
After Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man close out Marvel Phase Two later this year, Phase Three will kick off with Captain America: Civil War. The sequel is adapted from the Civil War comic book series written by Mark Millar. While doing press for his new adaptation Kingsman: The Secret Service, the writer offered his thoughts on Marvel's upcoming adaptation. Here's what he had to say:
"They're a money machine, they're amazing. Whatever they do is gonna be a billion dollar movie and it'll be great. You know as a fanboy I grew up, since I was 4 or 5 I planned to be Spider-Man. Even now I still think it's possible! I couldn't be more relaxed about it. Almost any other studio could screw it up. I'll just show up on the night and enjoy the film."
It remains to be seen if he will be involved in the adaptation, but »
Anthony Mackie will be back as Sam Wilson, a.k.a. Falcon, in Captain America: Civil War. This is a movie that will once again completely change the Marvel cinematic universe in some big ways. If you want to spoil some of it for yourself, click here. During a recent interview with Collider, Mackie talked about the upcoming movie, and here's what he had to say about the latest draft of the script written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.
"Let’s just say it’s a wing-ding-doozy of a time. The great thing about it is, after seeing Avengers I joked and said Captain America 2 was Avengers 1.5. Now with Avengers 2 coming out… Captain America 3 is so far beyond Avengers 2.5 and onto the realm of Avengers 3.8. It’s by far one of the most stupendous rides Marvel has put together."
Everything that I've heard about this movie has sounded incredible. »
- Joey Paur
While still making the rounds for his new drama film, Black or White, Anthony Mackie has teased his return as Sam Wilson, aka The Falcon, this time during an interview with Collider as well as an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. When the former news outlet had asked about Captain America: Civil War, Mackie revealed that he had read the latest draft by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely. "Let’s just say it’s a wing-ding-doozy of a time," he said. "The great thing about it is, after seeing Avengers I joked and said Captain America 2 was Avengers 1.5. Now with Avengers 2 coming out… Captain America 3 is so far beyond Avengers 2.5 and onto the realm of Avengers 3.8. It’s by far one of the most stupendous rides Marvel has put together." Meanwhile, during his chat with Jimmy Fallon, Anthony Mackie had joked that losing his wings in Captain »
The last couple of days have been filled with all kinds of news that involves Captain America: Civil War. You can read a bunch of spoiler-filled rumors here, and screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely talked a little bit about the movie as well, which you can read up on here. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo have jumped into the fun, and while speaking at a press event in Beijing with Sina.com (via Cbm), the pair confirmed that Scarlett Johansson will return as Black Widow in the film.
“We've been preparing for the movie since the one debuted last year,” Anthony said. “So, we've been working on it for a long time now. We’re very happy how it’s coming along. Captain America 3 is gonna be called Captain America: Civil War and it’s going to star Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson will be back, Winter Soldier will be back, »
- Joey Paur
Writers Tease What’s Coming in Captain America: Civil War. After Avengers: Age of Ultron, fans will be eagerly anticipating next year’s Captain America: Civil War. Screenwriter team Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely teased about what’s to come. Speaking at the Television Critics Association panel, the screenwriters [...]
Continue reading: Captain America: Civil War (2016): Writers Talk Film and Appearances From Other McU Characters »
- Mufsin Mahbub
Chances of survival are slim for the team of villains known as the Suicide Squad in the upcoming film of the same name. They have already lost one of their own, though it’s not due to the story’s high stakes. It’s been revealed that Tom Hardy has departed from Suicide Squad, with another big name rumored to replace him. And on the Marvel movie news front, Scarlett Johansson has been confirmed for Captain America: Civil War.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Tom Hardy will no longer co-star in Suicide Squad due to scheduling conflicts. Hardy was lined up to play Rick Flag, the Suicide Squad team leader with a military background. It’s believed that Jake Gyllenhaal has been offered the chance to play the vacated role, but no official deals have been made. As shown below, the movie still retains a star-studded lineup:
Jared Leto as The Joker, »
- Derek Anderson
We already know that Captain America: Civil War will feature the return of several key players from last year's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, both in front of and behind the camera. Naturally, Chris Evans will be back as Captain America himself alongside Sebastian Stan (The Winter Soldier), Anthony Mackie (The Falcon) and Frank Grillo (Crossbones), with new casting additions Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) and Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther). Screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely will also be back with directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo. During a recent press event in Beijing, Anthony Russo confirmed that Scarlett Johansson will also be back as the Black Widow.
"We've been preparing for the movie since the one debuted last year. So, we've been working on it for a long time now. We're very happy how it's coming along. Captain America 3 is gonna be called Captain America: Civil War and »
For those worried about whether or not they would see Scarlett Johansson take part in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War as Black Widow, be assured that she will be there. During The Television Critics Association Press Tour (don't fall asleep, I promise), writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely sat down for an interview and opened up about the major superhero movie sharing details about Johansson’s involvement, as well as Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) and Howard »
- Graham McMorrow
One of the shining lights of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" was Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow being such an integral part of that film's story. Yet with the announcement of the third film "Captain America: Civil War" and the inclusion of both Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark and Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther characters, the assumption was she wouldn't have much of an appearance in 'Civil War'.
Things weren't helped by the fact that no official release or announcement about the film seemed to include her name. This week though, during a recent press event in Beijing, co-director Anthony Russo confirmed (via Cbm) that she will be back:
"We've been preparing for the movie since the one debuted last year. So, we've been working on it for a long time now. We're very happy how it's coming along. Captain America 3 is gonna be called Captain America: Civil War »
- Garth Franklin
When Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely entered into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's hard to imagine that they would have had any sort of inkling that they would turn Captain America into the best stand alone Marvel franchise. With Captain America: Civil War now occupying their collective quills, Markus and McFeely are getting ready to not only introduce a new Avenger with Black Panther, but to possibly continue the story of Peggy Carter and her relationship with S.H.I.E.L.D. and Steve Rogers. If you thought the third Captain America movie was going to be just action, it looks like you were wrong. IGN managed to catch up with the two writers at the recent TCA press junket, which saw Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely promoting their recent project, the television event series Marvel's Agent Carter. So what better time to ask the two about just what's »
Yesterday, rumors hit the internet about a ton of spoiler filled details regarding Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and more. If it's true, things are about to get even crazier in the Marvel cinematic universe. While speaking at TCA (via IGN), Captain America franchise screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely talked about Civil War, Black Panther, Agent Carter, and more.
Apparently the idea of introducing the Civil War storyline has been being discussed for awhile. McFeely explained,
“It’s been on and off the table for a while, let’s put it that way. And it’s a challenge to do it and make sure that all the characters that we’ve established, and everyone’s established in the McU are serviced and sound correct, right? Because there’s a difference between the characters in Civil War, which was written in 2006, 2007. The McU doesn’t exist [when it was written]. There isn »
- Joey Paur
In case you haven.t noticed, superhero movies are all the rage and have bene dominating the box office. Marvel is finding such huge success with its cinematic universe surrounding the Avengers, and it.s got stuff in the works all the way through 2018. DC will soon beef up its offerings, as well, with a movie slate that extends into 2020. Why is this genre doing so well now, when past efforts haven.t worked as famously? Screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, the gents who wrote Captain America: The Winter Soldier and are returning to pen Civil War, keep getting asked this question and they.ve got an answer. As quoted by IGN, McFeely told a small group of reporters: Why are comic books so prevalent? Why are these movies doing so well? In some ways, we.ve become a genre that you can do well now given the world »
The men that wrote both cinematic Captain America adventures so far have been tasked with writing the third film in the series. Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely will once again put the words into Chris Evans's mouth as he dons the blue suit, grabs his shield, and heads out for his most ambitious solo project, Captain America: Civil War. Considering they wrote both of the previous films, which had drastically different narrative styles, what's the plan for the next one? What about Peggy Carter, who's seemingly becoming more entangled with the Stark family than we ever expected?
IGN sat down with half of that writing duo, McFeely, to tackle some of these questions. In terms of the style and tone of Civil War, it sounds like we can expect a more fluid continuation of what we saw in The Winter Soldier. Where as the first film was a patriotic, »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely were present at the TCA Winter Tour yesterday to promote their ABC series Marvel's Agent Carter, but the writers also shed new light on their highly-anticipated superhero sequel Captain America: Civil War, which kicks off Marvel Phase Three next year. The writers teased that the Civil War story line, which pits Avengers Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Captain America (Chris Evans) against each other, has been in the works for quite some time. Here's what Stephen McFeely had to say in an interview with IGN.
"It's been on and off the table for a while, let's put it that way. And it's a challenge to do it and make sure that all the characters that we've established, and everyone's established in the McU are serviced and sound correct, right? Because there's a difference between the characters in Civil War, which was written in 2006, 2007. The »
Appearing at the Television Critics Association winter tour to promote Marvel’s TV series Agent Carter, writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely naturally fielded questions about their work on the third Captain America film, subtitled Civil War. As old Marvel Cinematic Universe hands, they were fairly circumspect on what they could say, but did offer up some news on how they’re tackling the tricky storyline.Civil War, of course, adapts the famous run of the comics that saw Cap and Iron Man going head to head over the issue of a government plan to force superheroes to register their real identities. While the film version won’t directly channel the storyline, it’ll be a huge influence. "It’s been on and off the table for a while, let’s put it that way, and it’s a challenge to do it and make sure that all the characters that we’ve established, »
While attending the Television Critics Association press tour today for their writing/ exec producing duties on Marvel and ABC's Agent Carter miniseries, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely were eventually pressed about their work on the highly-anticipated Captain America: Civil War. Without going into details about the plot, the screenwriters did discuss a potential dynamic between Peggy Carter and Tony Stark, the casting of Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa aka the Black Panther, and of course the "Civil War" source material. "As we have not started shooting, and I’m on my fourth draft of many, that question (of who Peggy was to Tony Stark) has been in and out all over the place so who knows," McFeely told IGN. "So many things can shake out but we’ve had conversations and we pitched scenes. Some stay and some don’t. But...we saw (Peggy) in Winter Soldier, so we know she’s around. »
After a frustrating oblique panel for ABC's "The Whispers," which is about something that was introduced in the original pilot but now won't be introduced until the fourth or fifth episode, it's now time for "Marvel's Agent Carter," which is blissfully about what it's about. The third "Agent Carter" episode aired on Tuesday night, so we've got some stuff to discuss, even though only five more episodes remain. The panel includes Hayley Atwell, James D'Arcy, Chad Michael Murray, Enver Gjokaj, Lyndsy Fonseca and a whopping seven producers, including Marvel's Jeph Loeb, creators Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, showrunners Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters, plus two other guys. Follow along below! 4:18 p.m. Et. So many executive producers. 4:19 p.m. We're starting with a clip from the next new episode, which will air in two weeks. Dominic Cooper returns! And Howard Stark and Agent Carter shout at each other! 4:20 p. »
- Daniel Fienberg
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