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As we know by now, these things are scheduled well in advance and the film should still be very much on track to release on time.
“It’s an origin film. You meet people who are going to be around for a while, so they introduce the characters.”
USA Today is reporting that Marvel Comics will be putting out a new Winter Soldier series starting in February. The new series, Winter Soldier: The Bitter March is said to be a James Bond-esq pulp thriller set in 1966. Two Nazi …
First out of the traps with this inevitable internet idea was Asgardian Daily News, by the looks of things. And they did a pretty good job of it.
If Marvel are good to their promise of including 70s-style political intrigue, this could be a real winner and a nice refresher between the more openly fantastical Dark World and Guardians movies.
You have at least 298 different cinemas to choose from in 40 different states of the USA. At least.
Here’s a surprise and, by my measure, something of a pleasant one.
Why are these trailers both gearing up for release now? Because Thor: The Dark World is on the way.
This will be the first Marvel film to not open first in the UK in a long, long time. Ah well. It was fun while it lasted.
Present for the D23 presentation of the Captain America sequel, The Winter Solider were directors Joe and Anthony Russo and stars Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan.
I think somebody has been fibbing to us about whether or not they’re involved in the second Captain America film.
Cameron Hatheway writes; The Fearless Defenders #5 by Mark Brooks Ah, this cover brings back some awesome memories from my childhood. Arriving over at Paolo’s house on the weekends, putting in Street Fighter, and playing for the rest of the …
Here are snaps of Anthony Mackie playing with toy guns in front of a rather big green screen. He’s filming his role as Sam Wilson, aka The Falcon, in the next Captain America picture, The Winter Soldier.
Including the Guardians of the Galaxy version of the Mos Eisley cantina.
Kevin Feige has described Winter Soldier as being something like a 70s political thriller. The face of the 70s policial thriller, in my mind at least, is Redford. It’s a good, simple match.
Expectations of machiavellian machinations, power plays and moral manipulations.