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Not unlike the back-and-forth seen with his predecessor, Stephen Colbert is finding some particularly heated ratings competition with Jimmy Kimmel. The race for No. 2 status behind late-night king Jimmy Fallon has been tipping ever-so-slightly in Kimmel's favor for nearly a month now, with ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! nabbing its third week on top of (or tying) Colbert's Late Show in the key demo. For the week of Nov. 16-20, Kimmel averaged a .58 among adults 18-49. That put him just a hair above Colbert's .56 rating. Tonight led both shows handily, with
- Michael O'Connell
There's a high chance that two important Marvel figureheads may be making an appearance in a certain superhero film about a certain friendly neighborhood webslinger. Ok, I'll stop being ambiguous, I'm talking about how Tony Stark and Steve Rogers may play a part in the upcoming "Spider-Man" film being planned by both Marvel Studios and Sony.
On Jimmy Kimmel, when both Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. revealed the first "Captain America: Civil War" trailer, Downey Jr. let slip that fact that both he and Evans would be heading back to Atlanta to do some type of filming for a Marvel movie.
Many people just simply assumed it'd be reshoots a for "Civil War," but something Tom Holland, the actor who will be playing Spider-Man, said made others think differently. He made it clear that most of the shooting for "Spider-Man" will be in Atlanta. Putting two and two together »
- Nicholas Williams
The arrival of the first Civil War trailer has been big business for Marvel fans in the last week or so: it has sent the hype wheel spinning on an entirely new axis, adding intriguing new questions, teasing unexpected story elements and confirming that it won’t be anything like the comic.
But in his own over-excitement at not having to wait until Star Wars: The Force Awakens comes out to see the trailer, Robert Downey Jr may have unwittingly confirmed that both he And Chris Evans’ Captain America might be set to reunite for another upcoming McU movie.
The pair of McU leads turned up on the Jimmy Kimmel show to unveil the trailer, and in response to Evans’ complaints about how hot it was in Atlanta during the shoot, Downey Jnr said “By the way, we are going to shoot in Atlanta again, you and I. »
- Simon Gallagher
Yesterday, Spider-Man star Tom Holland revealed that his highly-anticipated superhero movie will be shot in Atlanta sometime next year. While there is still much we don't know about the new Spider-Man movie, these new details are even more interesting when paired with comments made by Robert Downey Jr. on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, before debuting the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War. Here's what the actor had to say, in response to Chris Evans talking about how hot it was in Atlanta while they were shooting Captain America: Civil War.
"By the way, we are going to shoot in Atlanta again, you and I."
Could Robert Downey Jr. be referring to Spider-Man? It's certainly possible, but it's worth noting that there are other Marvel Cinematic Universe movies shooting in Atlanta. Director James Gunn is currently in Atlanta, getting pre-production started on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. However, ComicBook. »
Once you have introduced The Avengers to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s hard to put the genie back in the bottle. You want to use characters like Iron Man, Captain America and Thor in your stories, which helps explain why Hulk will show up in Thor: Ragnarok, and several heroes will take part in Captain America: Civil War. We half expect this trend to continue in standalone movies for Black Panther and Doctor Strange, and from what we are hearing now, probably the solo Spider-Man movie Marvel has on its radar. Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night talk show where they unveiled the first full trailer for next summer’s Captain America: Civil War (we’ll include it below). And during that conversation, the duo bantered about upcoming filming they’d have to do. They were joking »
ComicBook.com has a very interesting piece up analysing Robert Downey Jr.'s recent comments on Jimmy Kimmel Live about him and Chris Evans returning to Atlanta to shoot something in the near future now that they've wrapped up work on Captain America: Civil War. Were they referring to reshoots? Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2? Avengers: Infinity War? How about Spider-Man? The site appear to be convinced that it's the latter, especially now that Tom Holland has confirmed that the 2017 reboot will shoot there, and this does make sense. After all, a big part of the deal between Marvel and Sony was that Marvel characters would appear in the wall-crawler's rebooted solo franchise, and who better than the two heroes who will no doubt be fighting for Peter Parker's allegiance when he makes his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut next year? What do you think? »
This past week was made even sweeter by the Captain America: Civil War trailer. Marvel debuted our first-look at the film on Thanksgiving eve, on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The trailer for Joe and Anthony Russo‘s sequel promised a fun blend of action and emotion. After the jump, the Russo brothers give their Captain America: Civil War trailer breakdown. Empire ran […]
- Jack Giroux
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has officially received a PG-13 rating, for content described as “sci-fi action violence.”
This will mark the second “Star Wars” film to receive a PG-13 rating, following the most recent installment in the franchise, 2005’s “Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.” All the other movies in the series were released with PG ratings.
The seventh film in the popular franchise opens on Dec. 18 and is predicted to rack up at least $170 million over its domestic opening weekend. “The Force Awakens” has already garnered more than $50 million in advanced ticket sales.
Director J.J. Abrams recently announced a charity contest to win tickets to the movie premiere in London or Los Angeles. Through a partnership with Omaze, fans that donate $10 or more can enter the contest to win, with the proceeds going to 15 different charities chosen by the cast and filmmakers.
For those that can’t wait for the Dec. »
- Margaret Lenker
Last night, the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War debuting during ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, which gave us our first look at the massive battle that will ensue between Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and their respective teams. There is a lot to process in this footage, including our first glimpse at Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther, and a continuation of Ant-Man's end credit sequence, where Cap and The Falcon (Anthony Mackie) have finally tracked down Bucky Barnes, a.k.a. The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan). To help break down all of these details, Empire spoke with directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, who offered new insight into Marvel's Phase Three movie, hitting theaters on May 6, 2016.
The directors revealed that the trailer's opening shot, with Cap, The Falcon and Bucky, doesn't happen early on in the film, teasing that there is a "fairly involved »
Last night, stars Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. appeared on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where they revealed the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War. Naturally, fans have been poring over the footage ever since, looking for any clues or possible Easter Eggs hiding in plain sight. The folks at Culture Buff have put together a slow-motion video featuring one key scene in the trailer, where they posit that the new Spider-Man (Tom Holland) is briefly seen.
The scene in question comes at the 1:33 mark of the trailer, where The Falcon (Anthony Mackie) is seen leaping off a building, before deploying his wings and flying over a bystander on the ground. This mystery person can clearly be seen wearing a red shirt or jacket, leading to the speculation that this individual may be the new Spider-Man. Since we don't know what the new Spider-Man's costume looks like yet, »
Audiences are used to Tony Stark’s large ego, and now Robert Downey Jr. says he’s the reason that “Captain America” even exists. “I feel partially responsible,” Downey Jr. said to Chris Evans during their mutual appearance on Tuesday’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” “ had a little bit of doubt coming into the Marvel Universe.” “It was a big commitment,” Evans responded. “These contracts are six, nine movies long!” See Video: First 'Captain America: Civil War' Trailer Pits Chris Evans Against Robert Downey Jr. “He’s not a guy that likes to be held down, ladies, »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
The trailer for Captain America: Civil War has officially been revealed! On Tuesday, Jimmy Kimmel unveiled the first trailer for the film, which is set for release on May 6, 2016 and stars Chris Evans as Captain America and Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man. The Avengers are now on opposite sides of their war, so prepare for an epic battle. Watch the trailer in the clip above now, and then check out all the reasons why Chris Evans is the sexiest Avenger. »
- Monica Sisavat
While it had initially thought to be getting its first play before Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the marketing team at Marvel have chosen this American holiday season to give us all something to be thankful for, with the best look yet at what may be the biggest movie of next year.
Civil War will pit hero against hero, with Captain America facing off against Iron Man, and the likes of Hawkeye, Black Widow, Scarlet Witch, and the Vision all choosing sides, while also introducing the likes of Black Panther and, of course, Spider-Man to the McU.
The web-slinger is notably absent from this trailer, presumably saved for a big reveal of his costume later on, while we also don’t get to see Daniel Brühl’s Baron Zemo, »
- James Hunt
Marvel's Captain America: Civil War trailer premiered last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and it did not disappoint. The action-packed clip gives fans a glimpse of Captain America (Chris Evans) facing off with Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.). Their conflict divides the rest of the Marvel gang—including Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie)—and it's clear this huge rift among the superheroes is going to have consequences. At one point Black Widow warns Captain America taking a stand might not be worth it. "You know what's about to happen," she says. "Do you really want to punch your way out of this?" Captain America: »
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" had a mini meeting of The Handsome Men's Club Tuesday night to talk about "Captain America: Civil War" and show off that brand spankin' new trailer. (Watch it again. It's epic.) Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. also talked about their real-life friendship and how Rdj had all of his furniture moved to Atlanta for filming so his cats could sit in the chair they like. (Real men love cats. #fact) Rdj was also inducted into the California Hall of Fame. Every state should invent a Hall of Fame and induct Rdj, just so he'll show up and be charming.
Krysten Ritter continued Jkl's Marvel theme, »
- Gina Carbone
Earlier today, Jimmy Kimmel announced that Chris Evans (Captain America) and Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) will be appearing on tonight's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, with a "big surprise" from Captain America: Civil War. As many assumed, the first trailer was unveiled on the late night show tonight, along with the first poster. If you look closely in some of the action-packed fight scenes, you'll also get the first official glimpse of Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther, who is seen battling with both Cap and The Winter Soldier.
During Marvel's massive press event last October, Black Panther was announced as one of the studio's Phase Three projects, with Chadwick Boseman introduced as T'challa. It was also confirmed that, along with his stand alone adventure Black Panther movie, which hits theaters on February 16, 2018, T'challa will first be seen in Captain America: Civil War. While we didn't know at the time »
Though a first trailer was shown at D23 earlier this year, Marvel and Disney somehow kept it offline (watch our breakdown of the trailer here) – until now.
Marvel has officially released the first trailer and poster for the feverishly anticipated next chapter of the McU, Captain America: Civil War. You can watch the trailer below, which premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The trailer has some new footage not seen at D23 – including Iron Man fighting both Cap and Winter Soldier – but still no Spider-Man in sight.
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Captain America: Civil War is set for release on April 29th 2016 in the UK and May 6th 2016 in the States, with Anthony and Joe Russo (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) directing a cast that includes Marvel Cinematic Universe veterans Chris Evans (Steve Rogers/Captain America), Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man), Anthony Mackie »
- Robert Kojder
Disney has released the first trailer for the highly anticipated Marvel Studios sequel Captain America: Civil War which debuted Tuesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), the first film of Marvel’s Phase Three slate picks up where Avengers: Age of Ultron left off as Steve Rogers leads a new team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. After another international incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability and a governing body to determine when to enlist the services of the team.
The latest installment of the Marvel series which pits hero against hero was written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely and stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Rudd, Emily VanCamp, Frank Grillo, »
- Ricky Fernandes
Oh, hi, "Civil War." Tonight, Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. made an unannounced visit to "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and they premiered the first teaser trailer for "Captain America: Civil War," next summer's mega-sequel that is essentially a third "Avengers" film. It's a damn fine trailer, and one of the things I like most about it right away is just how little it reveals. Mainly, the trailer sets up the underlying tension that eventually leads to the civil war, starting with the return of General Ross, played once again by William Hurt. I love that they're bringing him back from "The Incredible Hulk," and it makes perfect sense that he would want to bring the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe under his control. They had to create an entirely different reason for this to happen than existed in the comics, and I'm glad to see that it is built »
- Drew McWeeny
Jimmy Kimmel had Robert Downey, Jr. and Chris Evans on his show Tuesday to unspool the very first Civil War trailer, and it's just as intense and semi-confusing as you want it to be. The Russo brothers' film features Evans, Rdj, Scarlett Johansson, Elizabeth Olsen, Anthony Mackie, Jeremy Renner, Sebastian Stan, Tom Holland (though noticeably not in this trailer), and Chadwick Boseman (noticeably here!), among many others, all suited up for one big Marvel disagreement. Watch above as Cap puts a bro before other bros, and let the countdown to May 6 begin. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
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