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If you were disappointed that Garry Shandling's Senator Stern didn't show up in Iron Man 3, Marvel's got your back. The comedian will be reprising his role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, as revealed in a couple of new photos from the set. He was spotted hugging S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Sitwell (Maximiliano Hernández), whom we know is up to no good in this sequel, judging from the way Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) treated him in previous behind-the-scenes photos. We also have our first look at Captain America and The Falcon (Anthony Mackie) together, out of costume and in workout gear as part of a new Government training program. Is Stern behind it?
The latest set pics from Marvel Phase 2 entry Captain America: The Winter Soldier, have revealed a cameo from one of Iron Man 2′s characters who hasn’t been seen since. Captain America: The Winter Soldier will follow the exploits of Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) as he tries to fit in with the 21st century. He’ll also be leading up some S.H.I.E.L.D missions as well as teaming up with The Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and taking on his old friend Bucky (Sebastian Stan), who is now The Winter Soldier. Some may consider this cameo spotting as a spoiler, so pleased be warned before you scroll down.
The pictures come courtesy of Comic Book Movie, where you can find even more pics.
The cameo is that of Gary Shandling, who played Senator Stern in 2010′s Iron Man 2. He was most notable for coming to political »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Hayley Atwell has revealed that her character in Captain America: The First Avenger, Peggy Carter, will be receiving a short film of her own. Marvel One-Shot: Peggy Carter will debut at this year's Sdcc 2013 and will later be a part of the DVD extras for Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Here is what she said in a recent interview with The Big Issue.
"Fans of the first film really wanted to find out what happened to Peggy afterwards, so Marvel are also making a short film, which is basically 'What Peggy Did Next', which will be shown at Comic-Con [the annual international pop culture convention held in San Diego] and be on the DVD extras of the second film."
She went on to express her excitement for the spin-off.
"So as well as doing a bit in the new film, I've got a whole new spin-off short film. It has been great to be back in training with the stunt co-ordinators, »
Production on the Marvel Phase Two sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier has shifted to Washington D.C. this week for scenes with the U.S. Capitol building in the background. Three videos have surfaced from local D.C. news reports that feature actors Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson on the set. It isn't known how long this shoot in the nation's capitol will last, but check out the latest behind-the-scenes footage from this superhero adventure.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier comes to theaters April 4th, 2014 and stars Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Cobie Smulders, Robert Redford, Frank Grillo. The film is directed by Anthony Russo, Joe Russo. »
When you're Captain America, filming in the heart of Washington, D.C. is no big thing. Not everyone can pull it off (or get permits), but Marvel and Disney sure can. Much to the delight of bystanders, Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie, and Scarlett Johansson were filming "Captain America: Winter Soldier" at the National Mall and thereabouts. The latter was in costume as the Black Widow, and the other two were just hanging around, being hot, and in the case of Evans, doing push-ups. Were they between scenes or was he in character? We won't know until next April. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" picks up where "The Avengers" left off, with the former 98-pound weakling trying to figure out how to handle the modern world after being frozen since WWII. Steve Rogers's old buddy Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) has returned, but now he's the eponymous Winter Soldier, a super bad guy. »
- Jenni Miller
Stunning British actress Hayley Atwell has confirmed she’ll feature in the next Marvel One Shot, which fans will first have a chance at viewing at this years San Diego Comic-Con. Her character Peggy Carter, in Joe Johnson’s action adventure The First Avenger, was the Nazi-stomping lost love to the Cap (Chris Evans). She’ll also return for the forthcoming sequel in a number of flashback sequences, while Rogers struggles to keep his hands of her niece, Sharon (aka S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent 13).
Here’s an update on the project from the actress herself:
Fans of the first film really wanted to find out what happened to Peggy afterwards. So Marvel are also making a short film, which is basically ‘What Peggy Did Next’, which will be shown at Comic-Con and be on the DVD extras of the second film (Captain America: The Winter Soldier). So as well as doing a bit in the new film, »
- Craig Hunter
Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and Anthony Mackie were spotted filming Marvel Studios' Captain America: The Winter Soldier in Washington D.C. on Tuesday. You can check out videos of the filming 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 also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Redford, Sebastian Stan, Cobie Smulders, Frank Grillo, Georges St-Pierre, Hayley Atwell, Toby Jones, Emily VanCamp and Maximiliano Hernández. »
DVD Release Date: Aug. 6, 2013
Price: DVD $19.98
Studio: Warner Home Video
Created by Greg Berlanti (TV’s Brothers & Sisters), the TV show follows Weaver’s Elaine Barrish Hammond, the former First Lady and current Secretary of State.
With prize-winning journalist Susan Berg (Carla Cugino, Sucker Punch) digging into every corner of her life, Elaine tries to resolve international crises, strategize her own Presidential big, cope with her ex-husband’s (Ciaran Hinds, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) philandering and her twin sons’ struggles with drugs and guilt.
The two-dvd set also contains deleted scenes. »
Potential Spoilers Below Robert Redford is new to how Marvel conducts business, on and off the screen, so I think he can be forgiven for not realizing when to talk about his upcoming character in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and when not to say anything. As many of you probably already know, Redford was recently cast as a powerful official in the supreme intelligence agency known as Shield. His character, Alexander Pierce, is said to be pretty pivotal to the sequel’s Russian-infiltration storyline, which will also feature the Russian Black Widow (aka Scarlett Johansson) in a very prominent role, along with Captain America’s former bestest pal Bucky (Sebastian Stan). But what will Redford’s Pierce be doing in “The Winter Soldier” other than head up Shield? Nothing good, as it turns out. Speaking to The Straits Times, Redford dropped this tidbit about why he decided to do »
The veteran actor has revealed that his character will be a villain.
Redford will play Agent Alexander Pierce, a minor character and Nick Fury ally from Marvel Comics continuity.
"I like the idea of playing a villain... I did that just because it's a different thing for me to do," he told The Straits Times.
The actor previously revealed that his character would serve as head of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the Marvel Studios sequel.
The villains already confirmed for the film are Sebastian Stan as the Winter Soldier, Frank Grillo as Brock Rumlow/Crossbones, Georges St-Pierre as Georges Batroc and Toby Jones reprising his role as Arnim Zola.
The third leg of Marvel's Phase Two, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, is currently in production, with one of the most notable new casting additions being none other than film legend Robert Redford. Last month, the actor was confirmed to be playing the head of S.H.I.E.L.D., but the actor recently dropped a major spoiler that could have reverberations for the rest of Marvel's Phase Two (and Phase Three) slate.
Be warned, what follows is a Major Spoiler, so you better stop reading right now if you don't want to know more.
During an interview with The Strait Times (via Here Be Geeks), the actor casually dropped the following bombshell.
"I like the idea of playing a villain... I did that just because it's a different thing for me to do."
It should be noted that nothing has been confirmed by Marvel, and that the sequel already has a number of villains, »
The fun wasn't over for the Met Gala 2013 attendees in NYC last night as they flocked to the Standard Hotel following the ball for the official afterparty at the Boom Boom Room. Madonna stripped out of her bum-baring Met Gala outfit and changed into a fishnet body stocking and black lacy lingerie to mingle with guests like Katy Perry, Allison Williams, and Frank Ocean. She wasn't the only star who made a costume change - Amanda Seyfried took off her gown and changed into a baggy black t-shirt to hit the dance floor with Frank. Meanwhile, Miranda Kerr met up with January Jones, Jennifer Lawrence arrived with Marion Cotillard, Gerard Butler mingled with Karolina Kurkova, andNicole Richie connected with Kirsten Dunst, and Mary-Kate Olsen snuggled with boyfriend Olivier Sarkozy. Mary-Kate and Olivier weren't the only couple at the late-night bash, as Jennifer Morrison was spotted holding hands with her Once »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Our weekly round up of the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers 2, Doctor Strange, Man of Steel, Superman Lives, The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Fantastic Four, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Kick-Ass 2, Hellboy 3, Arrow, Avengers Assemble, Superman: Unbound, Teen Titans Go! and more....
After what must have been an agonising wait for North American audiences, Iron Man 3 finally made its way across the Pond this week, posting a $15.6 million midnight opening on Thursday to kick off a projected $160 million plus weekend at the domestic box office. Marvel's first Phase Two offering has already pulled in $345 million from international markets by Friday - having topped the debut weekend of The Avengers, dominated the UK box office, and shattered the midnight opening record in the »
- Flickering Myth
For those wondering what "Guardians of the Galaxy" and the next "Captain America" will look like, Marvel has delivered the goods. Two new pieces of concept art have been released for each, showing character design for several new additions to the Marvel movie universe.
The pieces from "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" both show the film's villain, Winter Soldier. Winter Soldier is the alter ego of Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), who was believed dead at the end of the first movie. Captain America (Chris Evans) teams up with S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) to fight his former friend.
The first "Guardians of the Galaxy" piece shows much of the team, including Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista) and Gamora (Zoe Saldana). The second piece shows a young Peter Quill, who goes on to become Star-Lord, in his first encounter with a space ship. »
Feige says 'Guardians' takes place within the continuity of the other movies, but "it’s on the other side of the universe". The aim is to do a big "space movie".
He adds: "It’s a huge story on a massive canvas. We can take it to all those crazy places as long as all the characters respond in an emotionally truthful way."
"Alan is bringing a grittier, more visceral, more textured patina to the designs of the worlds, and to Asgard in particular. It’s less to chase either Game of Thrones or Lord of the Rings -- because you »
- Garth Franklin
Entertainment Weekly has now unveiled new concept art for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," giving us a look at The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) catching Captain America's shield. Check it out below, in addition to a few story details from Marvel head Kevin Feige. Feige said: "We weren't going back to World War II. Cap cannot travel in time. So while Tony [Stark] can go home to Malibu and Thor goes up to Asgard and Hulk can sort of ride the rails, Cap was stuck. So Cap does stay with Shield because he has nowhere else to go. But he's not necessarily comfortable there. And just as he's given permission to let go of the past and to focus on the modern world, a ghost (Bucky Barnes) comes up. With the Greatest Generation in World War II, there's a tendency to reflect on that period and say, 'Things were black and white back then, »
We've already seen one batch of set photos from Captain America: The Winter Soldier this week, with Chris Evans' Steve Rogers and Scarlett Johansson's Natasha Romanov squaring up to S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Agent Jasper Sitwell (Maximiliano Hernandez) [check them out here], and now comes a selection of new images courtesy of LaineyGossip, this time giving us our first look at a newcomer to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Cap's latest sidekick Sam Wilson, a.k.a. Falcon, who is portrayed by Anthony Mackie (Pain & Gain)...
As previously stated by Mackie, Falcon's costume is pretty much identical to the Phase Two concept art we saw at the start of last month - barring the wings of course, which they're obviously going to add in post-production. So, I guess that means The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) is going to end up looking like a cross between Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Cobra Commander and James Franco's New Goblin. »
- Flickering Myth
Captain America: The Winter Soldier was conceived as a 1970s-style conspiracy thriller in tone, explained Marvel's Kevin Feige as he revealed a new piece of concept art featuring the lead villain. As evidenced in this second look at the character, Marvel and Disney aren't keeping their bad guy under wraps like a lot of other big franchises. Sebastian Stan is reprising his role as Bucky from the first film, who was last seen taking a plunge off an icy train. He returns as a brainwashed assassin bioengenered to take out Captain America. Take a look as The Winter Soldier catches Cap's iconic shield with one hand.
Kevin Feige explained more of the storyline to Entertainment Weekly.
Once Upon A Time has definitely mixed things up of late, as we head into the concluding episodes of Season 2.
And this Sunday’s “Second Star To The Right” is chock-full with the return of Hook... Regina receiving a literal shock... and a Bae-centric flashback. Not to mention the inclusion of magic beans and triggers as well.
Thankfully, creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz sat down for a Q&A this week and teased what's to come with these next couple episodes, while also giving us a little window into the possible Wonderland spinoff...
The Home Office: Tamara and Owen are on a mission, but we'll find out they’re taking their orders from a "home office." Will we find out who/what it is?
“You will find out this season, yes, and hopefully it is not what you think,” Kitsis previewed. “You will find out who the home office is, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Halterman)
It's an interesting time for me in this biz. On the one hand we can't avoid the endless Summer Movie promotion and on the other hand I leave for Cannes in less than two weeks. Of course, content from the summer movie promotional teams will always far outweigh the majority of content released to promote Cannes Film Festival titles and today we're getting content for one of next summer's movies, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Obviously I have to depend on others to explain a lot of what is going on in these pics, and as such I have learned the above piece of Captain America 2 concept art features the character known as The Winter Soldier in the new film, also known as the Bucky Barnes character played by Sebastian Stan. Now the one thing I don't understand is how Bucky is also going to find his way into »
- Brad Brevet
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